If you want to stay in central Amsterdam and still enjoy peace and quiet you need only come to B&B Vondelstraat where Douwe and Rose run a bed and breakfast in a 19th century monumental residence. Designed in 1882 by the famous Dutch architect Pierre Cuypers, who also designed the Rijksmuseum and Amsterdam Central Station, the house was the rectory of the Vondel Church until the 1980s.
The B&B consists of a set of 2 en suite rooms – a living room and a bedroom - and a private en suite bathroom with toilet, shower and bath tub. The bedroom has a double sized bed; the living room has a small dining table with 4 chairs, and a sofa that folds out into a double bed (1.60 m). In the hallway of the studio there is a pantry with a microwave, a small fridge, a coffee machine and an electric tea kettle with unlimited coffee and tea bags.
This accomodation is ideal 2 adults, or for families with 2 children.
Guests have a choice of having breakfast at the B&B, or receiving a voucher to have breakfast at Wilhelmina Lunchroom across the street www.lunchroomwilhelmina.nl