B&B Amsterdam

    136 Bed and Breakfasts in and around Amsterdam, North Holland, The Netherlands

    Where to book a B&B in Amsterdam?

    Amsterdam is one of the liveliest and most surprising European capitals to visit. Sleeping in a B&B Amsterdam is the best way to experience the city and explore iconic places like the beautiful canals, Dam Square or the Van Gogh Museum. You'll find a comfortable bed and breakfast in every area, ideal for all your needs.

    What is the best time to visit Amsterdam?

    Amsterdam is beautiful in every season! Spring offers the spectacle of tulip fields in full bloom near the city. In summer, temperatures can soar to peaks of 30°, with endless hours of daylight and plenty of outdoor activities. Thanks to the still mild climate, September is a great month to visit this European capital, but without the August crowds. If, on the other hand, you love wintery atmospheres, Amsterdam can offer beautiful sights from October to February: temperatures rarely drop below freezing, but when they do, the frozen canals and snow make the outlines of the canal houses, the typical 'trapgevels', even more fascinating.

    Getting around Amsterdam

    Amsterdam is not a very big city, and its excellent public transport makes exploring even easier. The local tram, bus and metro operator is called GVB and offers many options for tourists, including the OV-chipkaart, a day pass for unlimited travel. You'll even find a free ferry crossing the IJ! The quintessential means of transport in Amsterdam, however, remains the bicycle. Some of our B&Bs provide some bikes for guests, or the hosts can always show you where to rent one!

    What to expect from an overnight stay in a B&B in Amsterdam?

    When you book a small accommodation on our platform, you are guaranteed to find an intimate and special atmosphere. You can experience the city like a true 'Amsterdammer'. The owners put all their passion into welcoming their guests with attention to detail and providing invaluable local knowledge. So if you want to know which of Amsterdam's secret corners are not to be missed or, if the accommodation does not offer breakfast, which is the best café in the area, just ask the owners! They will always be happy to give you information.

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    If you’re staying a few days in the Netherlands, after the capital we recommend heading to colourful Lisse. Rent a bicycle and weave through fields ablaze with tulips and visit the magical Keukenhof Garden, a paradise of blooms. Trade flowers for artistry in The Hague at the Mauritshuis with Vermeer's "Girl with the Pearl Earring" and then escape the city with a stroll along Scheveningen Beach. Rotterdam has a different energy with modern architecture such as the gravity-defying Cubic Houses and world class museums like the Boijmans Van Beuningen and don’t miss the windmills of Kinderdijk, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Finally, end your tour in Giethoorn, a unique car-free haven where you can glide along silent canals or explore by bicycle. Buckle up for an unforgettable tour – from vibrant flower fields to cultural gems and architectural marvels. Holland awaits!