Dutch Masters - Jeroen Bosch Apartment
The extremely elegant 1-bedroom Dutch Masters - Jeroen Bosch Apartment provides outstanding accommodation for 2 people in the lap of luxury.Dutch Masters - Jeroen Bosch Apartment
This delightful holiday home is exquisitely designed with high quality furnishings and fittings, beautiful wooden flooring throughout and even a chandelier! Make yourself at home on the huge contemporary chunky armchairs. Sit back and enjoy the flat screen TV also provided her for your entertainment. There’s a lovely big stylish dining table with enough room to entertain friends. Cook delicious snacks or a full three course meal in the fully fitted kitchen tucked away just round the corner. The apartment has a private bathroom fitted with a bath, shower, sink and toilet. The bedroom boasts classic simplicity encouraging restful sleep on the comfortable double bed.
Located in possibly the prettiest neighbourhood in the city a short walk from Dam Square, this stunning apartment makes the ideal romantic getaway for two on holiday in the city.
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The Dutch Masters - Jeroen Bosch Apartment can be found in the centre of the oldest historic part of the city in an area known as the Canal Belt. Made up of four major canals looping around the city it is also one of the prettiest neighbourhoods. Take a leisurely wander up the canals and be surprised how peacefully quiet it is considering that you are in the centre of a capital European city. Follow the nearby Prinsengracht Canal north (or clockwise) and you will eventually arrive at the most famous address in Holland, 263 Prinsengracht. This is where Anne Frank hid from the Nazis with her family and friends until their unfortunate discovery. Today it is the most visited museum in Holland with over a million people coming from all over the world every year. Many people are on a personal pilgrimage as adults after reading Anne’s diaries many tens of years ago as children. A visit to this very special place can be understandably very emotional for some. You are able to climb through the secret doorway into their hide-away as well as see Anne’s actual diary and notes. The museum offers an insight into the history of ‘tolerance’ around the world and encourages visitors to consider their own actions in the future. This is an enlightening, moving and thought provoking experience for visitors of all ages. It is advisable to get there as early as possible in order to avoid the extremely long queues that occur particularly in the summer months.
City area: Leidseplein