Apartments.dutch-rental.com offer short-term holiday rentals for Amsterdam and other cities in Holland, (Netherlands). The properties on the site are supplied by Private Landlords and Rental Agencies and apartments.dutch-rental.com acts as an intermediary between the Renters and property owners. The minimum stay for each apartment is three nights, unless specified otherwise in the description of the apartment.
If you find one or two potential properties in a location that meet your requirements, check your travel dates and price and if the apartment is available continue with the booking form to reserve the property. The manager/agent will contact you with the apartment details and you can then make a reservation if you agree with the arrangements. You can also ask for further details first by sending the enquiry form to the manager/agent.
Renting an apartment has advantages if travelling with a family, group of friends, temporary flat for expats, business trips, bringing your pet or just trying different places to sleep, such as houseboats, top of the Euromast….
The prices are stated by night or on a weekly basis but check the apartment for more details and the cancellation policy.
Travel Inland & Over the Borders
With its position in mainland Europe, Holland is the ‘Gateway to Europe’ with easy access over the borders to Germany and Belgium. Express trains to France and through the channel tunnel to London and an hour flight journey away.
Holland with its central position in Europe is the ideal starting place not only to tour the Netherlands, but other European countries.
Germany and Belgium are just over the borders and a little further is France.
London is just a hop and a skip either over or under the Channel, or roughly about an hour flight journey away.
From Maastricht in the south of Holland is Liege and Antwerp in Belgium and close by is the Roman city of Aachen in Germany.
To the east of the country is the Lower Rhine region linking Holland with Germany. Where Castles keep the past alive and of battles fought in both lands.
There are many things to discover in the Netherlands. Come and see for yourselves