A Short Stay in Rob’s Houseboat, Amsterdam
“Amazing boat house close to the city center. Very clean and cozy. The owners are very nice and made everything to make our stay perfect!”
Amsterdam lovers will appreciate this gorgeous short stay in Rob’s houseboat. Ideal for two people sharing, there’s no better way to get great waterside views than by sleeping on a boat for a few days. The boat is in the centre of Amsterdam, about a mile away from the zoo and close to public transport links.
This deal comes to you through Booking.com, where they rate it a 3 out of 5 in terms of space. It is a quality destination on a canal just outside of Lake Amstel. The views are wonderful. Rob’s Houseboat sleeps 2 people sharing, which makes it ideal for couples. He has strict no-smoking rules in place but you may smoke in the terrace, as long as it is only tobacco.
This short break in Amsterdam comes with public parking and a private check in. Internet is provided, as well as tea and coffee making facilities. There is outdoor furniture on the terrace and you have views of local landmarks. The canals themselves are a UNESCO world heritage site, so do enjoy long walks and late night glasses of wine while you are there.
- Where: Amsterdam, Netherlands
- When: November 2022.
- Hotel: Robs Houseboat.
- Room Type: 1 bedroom
- Guests: 2Adults
- Board Type: Self Catering
3 nights £376 / 2 adults sharing =£188pp
- Dates: 4th November – 7th November 2022
- 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom
- Desk/office area
- Terrace/decking area
- Free Parking
- Free WiFi
- Kitchen with limited facilities
- Coffee machine
- Flat screen TV
- Non smoking
- 1.6 miles from Rembrandt House
- English speaking hosts
- Daily housekeeping included
- Private check-in/out
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A Bit About Booking.com
Many of us have already heard about Booking.com as an astounding holiday provider of some notoriety. We have all seen the TV adverts that promise a delightful stay in an accommodation that suits you. Booking.com are big in Britain, but they also have some international fame.
Booking.com started life as a small Dutch company. Based out of Amsterdam, this firm grew up in 1996, making it well-established in the digital holiday market. Started in Amsterdam, the founders of Booking.com wanted to provide a fully digital traveling experience. Let’s not forget that the first websites weren’t online until 1995. So we had websites for a single year before someone decided to start a fully digital travel company. The digital world moves fast.
Why Choose booking.com
Nowadays, Booking.com are the name on everyone’s lips when it comes to international travel, and for good reason. They offer a range of foreign and domestic holidays, each with a good price and a high level of customer satisfaction. Looking for a holiday abroad from a brand that has the innovation, know-how, and strength to back you up if things go south? Booking.com is the site for you.
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