This is a B&B (Bed & Breakfast) in a beautiful part of town. We walked everywhere - we were able to get to the train station, Anne Frank House, and Rijksmuseum all with a brisk 20-30 minute walk. There are also trams closer if you prefer not to walk so far.
We are a family of 5, and we had the room at the top of the stairs with bunk beds, which suited our family very well. We had to pay extra for the 5th person, which was due in cash upon arrival, along with the city tax (this was made very clear in advance).
This is a small B&B, so it will have advantages and disadvantages over a hotel. There is no registration desk - the owner has to greet you when you arrive, so she asks for an estimated arrival window, to be sure she is home when you get there. There is no sign outside, so be sure you know the address and the host's name, so you can ring the right doorbell when you get there. It is a yellow door. I've got a picture of it attached here. The host was very responsive to our requests (more clean glasses, etc.) but keep in mind that this is just one person, so you may not get an immediate response, like you would in a hotel.
Breakfast was served on weekdays at our choice of 8 or 9 am. She would knock on the door at precisely the time selected and bring in a tray. The food was typical European breakfast, with bread and cheese, jam or peanut butter, orange juice, sometimes yogurt, and a few other things. Coffee (French press) and tea are available in the room self-serve. When we were finished, we put our tray outside the door for her to pick back up.
The host lives in the same house with the B&B guests. She told us which was her door and told us we could knock on it any time we need something. Of course, she would not necessarily always be there. We just ended up leaving her a note the few times we needed something, since it was never urgent, and she always got us what we needed very quickly.
One thing we enjoyed was the small playground in the courtyard that we could see from our window on the back of the house. It is called the "Chicken Playground" because in the middle there is an enclosure with chickens and rabbits. My younger kids visited there every day to work off some excess energy.
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