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Family House near Amsterdam & beach
Family House near Amsterdam & beach


6 ospiti

4 stanze

6 letti

1 bagno


6 ospiti

4 stanze

6 letti

1 bagno

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Adulti
1
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Bambini
Età 2 - 12
0
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Neonati
Meno di 2
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Our wonderfull restaurated family house is located 10 min. from the city centre of Haarlem. Between Amsterdam and Zandvoort and only 18 minutes away! The cosy and luxery house has 4 bed rooms, a bath room and a garden.


Servizi

Prezzi
Ospiti extra: 25€ / notte dopo 4 ospiti
Spese di pulizia: 45€
Cauzione: 250€

Descrizione

Our wonderfull restaurated family house is located 10 min. from the city centre of Haarlem. Between Amsterdam and Zandvoort and only 18 minutes away! The cosy and luxery house has 4 bed rooms, a bath room and a garden.

Friendly Family House with 5 rooms (4 bedrooms), located in a historic house from 1910 in a typical relaxed Haarlem neighborhood. This 3 stories building offers 6 sleeping places and is suitable for kids. The kitchen and living room are on ground floor. The sleeping rooms an bathroom are upstairs.

You rent the whole house.

If you need any help or tips im always around.

Lying 15 minutes west of Amsterdam lies the historic and romantic city of Haarlem. This city is quite a bit older than Amsterdam and stretches back to pre-medieval times when it was a thriving industrial centre on a world scale. Amsterdam actually surpassed Haarlem in significance as shipping became more important in trade.

It is often said that Haarlem is most like the Amsterdam of old. The city although not large is rich with museums, galleries, cafes and cultural attractions.

The centre of Haarlem is characterised by narrow cobbled streets, traditional 'Hollandse' architecture and small scale buildings backing onto courtyards or 'hofjes'. There are more modern built exceptions within this norm but you really look to find them.

As you go towards the edge of the city and beyond there are more of the modern apartment complexes mixed with 1930's style housing and wider boulevards. There are also plenty of green open spaces like the Frederiks park and the Haarlemmerhout woodlands. Of course you are not far here from the beach at Zandvoort and Bloemendaal, while between Haarlem and the beach are the luxurious settlements of Overveen and Aerdenhout.

Just to the north is the important industrial and commercial centre of Ijmuiden, home to many Energy and Shipping multinationals.

Many of the expats who live in Haarlem work at Ijmuiden but the city is also well linked not only to Amsterdam but the airport at Schiphol and the Schiphol Rijk commercial area nearby.

Haarlem is well-connected by train, with intercity and sprinter trains running between Amsterdam and Haarlem Central Station roughly every 10 minutes. From Amsterdam, it's a 15 or 18 (depending on the train type) minute journey (€4.00) with trains usually leaving from platform 1 or 2. Pay a bit of attention: Haarlem is one of the stops on the main train line between Amsterdam and Dordrecht/ The Hague, so it will likely not be the final destination for the train. However, as not all trains to those cities will stop in Haarlem, check the signs or ask a conductor to make sure you're getting into the right one. But basically every train to Zandvoort or any other train from platform 1 will take you to Haarlem. Coming from Schiphol directly, you'll have to change once, at Amsterdam Sloterdijk (or at Amsterdam Central Station, but that will take you an extra 10 minutes or so). Trains are easy to use and you may be lucky enough to encounter one or more of the most entertaining ticket collectors in the country. They number singers and magicians amongst their members.

By bus
A good alternative is to use the big red and grey "R-net"-bus, line 300. It runs every 6-10 minutes between Schiphol and Haarlem Central Station. There are a fair amount of stops along the way, but for a lot of the journey there is no traffic because the bus has its own dedicated lane. The trip is approximately 45 minutes. You will need to carry your luggage on the bus with you. As on all public transport in the Netherlands, you pay with a OV chipcard(cash is also accepted) and a single trip costs € 3,64. There are many bus stops clustered in this area -- the one for the R-net 300 is across the street, and is indicated on the sign at the bus stop.

Haarlem is best seen on foot: it's a 15 minute walk to the train station from the House and 5 minutes to the city centre. If you don't want to walk, bus lines 3, 73 and 75 will take you from the central train from busstop "Julia Plein" in about 3 minutes. It will cost you 2 euro.

By bike
If you have – or rent – a bike, it takes between 20 to Zandvoort (Beach) an hour to cycle from the centre of Amsterdam, a fairly relaxing ride on typically level terrain.

Just be gentle with the private possessions of the family.


Regole della casa

Smoking in the house and animals are not allowed.


Cancellazioni

Flessibili

Cancella entro 24 ore prima della partenza e ottieni un rimborso completo, inclusi i costi del servizio.


Dispositivi di sicurezza
Rilevatore di fumo
Kit di pronto soccorso
Estintore

Disponibilità
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