Casa Luna is a 17th-century canal house located in one of the most charming neighbourhoods of Amsterdam.
Native Amsterdammer and visual artist Maud Verbruggen has maintained the house - built on the picturesque Leliegracht in 1616 - for more than 30 years. She offers clean and well-equipped guest rooms, as well as an "atelier" (studio) where local and international artists showcase their best work.
Casa Luna is within a few minutes' walk from Dam Square, the Jordaan restaurant district, and Anne Frank House, as well as Amsterdam Central train station and major public transport links.
Paid street parking is available. Longer term park-and-ride options are also possible; more information at iamsterdam.
Casa Luna art studio offers talented artists and others working in the cultural sector the opportunity to showcase their work.