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It was great to stay at Mirjam's boat last month! The standard room is very comfortable: the bed, shower and temperature were perfect.The breakfast she brings every morning is delicious: orange juice, fruits, yogurt, cheese, croissants... The view from the room is special and the...More
We spent our wedding anniversary weekend in Amsterdam in the cute little houseboat, Little Amstel. Lovely accommodation with everything you could need. Mirjam was a great host who gave us all the information we needed for a wonderful weekend. The breakfasts were delicious and did...More
Very cozy & warm. Good location, easy to catch tram or taxi. After a 10 hr tour viewing tulips, windmills, wooden shoes & cheese,we caugh a quick bite & headed to the hoseboat to relax and unwind.The sunrise was beautiful & the ducks on the...More
We stayed here as my teenage daughter was very keen to experience a stay on a houseboat. I expected it to be cold but it wasn't at all, it was lovely and warm. A cosy room with coffee and tea, free wi fi and television....More
Really enjoyed our stay at the little houseboat, close to town and very cosy which was surprising as we thought it would be cold inside during the winter months but the heating system is brilliant and had to turn down the heat.
Would recommend to...More
US$157 - US$184 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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