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Rental Rates (Euros), 4 nights’ Minimum Stay, Maximum 6 Persons

16. December - 12. January 2024 = € 465 per night for 4 persons + 5th/6th person = € 80 pp/pn + Refundable risk deposit = € 250

13. January - 18. March = € 435 per night 4 for persons + 5th/6th person = € 60 pn/pp + Refundable risk deposit = € 250

19. March - 16. June = € 465 per night 4 for persons + 5th/6th person = € 60 pn/pp + Refundable risk deposit = € 250

17. June - 17. September = € 495 per night 4 for persons + 5th/6th person = € 50 pn/pp + Refundable risk deposit = € 250

18. September - 9. November = € 435 per night 4 for persons + 5th/6th person = € 40 pn/pp + Refundable risk deposit = € 250

10. November - 13. December = € 405 per night 4 for persons + 5th/6th person = € 60 pn/pp + Refundable risk deposit = € 250

14. December - 12. January 2025 = € 465 per night 4 for persons + 5th/6th person = € 60 pn/pp + Refundable risk deposit = € 250


 Plus the Municipal Tourist Tax 2024 = € 3.10 per night per person to be paid to our concierge at your arrival.


You are deemed to have cancelled, when:

          ·      You did not pay TINDU BV;

          ·     You cancel 14 days or more before check-in date, then you will get a 100% refund;

          ·     You cancel 7 days or more before check-in date, then you will get a 50% refund;

         ·   Guests are required to acknowledge our rental agreement, house rules and cancellation policies.



When we need to cancel your booking (for reasons beyond our reasonable control) our reservation manager will email you this message immediately.

Anytime our organization of The Dutch Buoy has to cancel your stay we always will pay back 100% of your paid amount.

Review 11 = Maison charmante très bien située.                                                 Karine V. on  31.May 2017)

La maison est idéalement placée, dans un village charmant, avec toutes les commodités. Amsterdam est très facilement accessible par le bus, comme le village voisin de Volendam ou l'île de Marken. Le suivi de la location est impeccable. Sachez simplement qu'au we de l'Ascension, c'est la fête à Monnickendam !

Location Dutch Buoy Monnickendam, Amsterdam Metropolitan Area

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Long Term Rental Rates in Euros for 4 Persons, Maximum 6 Persons
Long term rent in Low Season Month ( = January, February, March, November) = € 4,950 per month.
Long term rent in Shoulder Season Month (= April, May, October, December) = € 5,900 per month.
Long term rent in Peak Season Month (June, July, August, September) = € 7,100 per month.
Inclusive are all utility costs (gas, electricity, water, fast WiFi, TV) + 1 x per week house cleaning (3 hours) + 1 x per week bedclothes and towels washing (3 hours) + local concierge at your service + Municipal Tourist Tax (= € 3.10 per night per person).


Review 10 from Olaf Templeman,
"A sophisticated beautifully appointed historical house in the centre of Monnickendam".
Left on Apr 28th 2017, after stay of 3 1/2 months in DutchBuoy:
'We really have thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Dutch Buoy in Monnickendam, and found the accommodation exactly as described. This delightful and historical house, has been appointed to a very high standard with many interesting and charming interior design features. The house itself is beautifully situated in the centre of Monnickendam with a wonderful view across the canal and the traditional Dutch sailing barges that moor alongside. The owners of the Dutch Boy have been extremely welcoming and thoughtful and the concierge service a bonus, always helpful when called upon. We could not recommend this accommodation more highly.'

Local Regional Attractions

Local: cycling (rent a bike!), sailing (rent an flat bottom vessel with captain!), children`s playground (= 8 minutes` walk),  fishing, swimming ( a beach on Hemmeland, the Paviljoen, a 12 minutes` walk), boat cocooning, billiards & darts, tennis, golf, swimming pool, ice & wind surfing, a day`s cruise on an old sailing vessel! In Monnickendam there are many restaurants.

Ancient Fishery Villages: Marken(11 km), Volendam(11 km), Edam(18 km), Hoorn(35 km), Enkhuizen(45 km), Medemblik(50 km). Rent a bike for one day and visit following villages: Marken, crossing the lake to Volendam. Make a group picture in a folkloric costume and eat fresh fish in Hotel/restaurant Spaander in Volendam:  Eat inside this restaurant and you will see beautiful paintings. Their mission was to make the hotel a place where painters could work together and inspire each other.  Painters of all kind of nationalities came to the hotel and brought their own techniques, specialties and methods. The Volendam clothing, the sea and landscape around the hotel were a source of inspiration for the painters. Finally cycle to Edam to taste their cheese. And then back to Monnickendam.

Amsterdam (18 km): Canals, Rembrandt Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, modern Art Museum, National Concert Orchestra, Secret Gardens, East Indian Company, National Opera/Ballet, Nemo ScienceMuseum, Anne Frank House. Be aware you only can buy the tickets for the Anne Frank House on internet! BUY THEM NOW!  Tickets are very fast sold out!!!! How long to spend at The Rijksmuseum`s splendid, unique new exhibition All The Rembrandts? The extremes of The Dutch Golden Age stream by, each individualised, like so many expressive snapshots.  

North Sea Beaches: Bloemendaal Zuid = 38 km, IJmuiden= 35 km and Zandvoort = 41 km

Tulip Bulb Fields (= 45 km). Look at https://keukenhof/nl/en Open from 21. March till 12. May 2024. Buy your tickets beforehand at their website! In 1949 a group of 20 leading flower bulb growers and exporters came up with the plan to use the estate to exhibit spring-flowering bulbs, signalling the birth of Keukenhof as a spring park. The park opened its gates to the public in 1950 and was an instant success, with 236,000 visitors in the first year alone. During the past 74 years Keukenhof has developed into a world-famous attraction.

Water (Saw) Mills (Zaansche Schans = 43 km).

Monnickendam, place with 800 years city rights
The Dutch Buoy, Amsterdam Metropolitan Area

Amsterdam & Region Travel Ticket

The Amsterdam & Region Travel Ticket entitles you to unlimited travel in Amsterdam and its whole region - day and night - on bus, metro and train. This ticket is valid for 1, 2 or 3 calendar days from first check in. A day in this context begins at 0.00 am and ends the next day at 4.00 pm. With this ticket you always check in when boarding and check our getting off the bus or tram. For metro or train you check in and out at the station (platform). 1 day = € 18,50/ 2 days = € 26,00 / 3 days = € 33,50 per person.

Where to buy?

Tourist Information Centre VVV Monnickendam = 2 minutes from The Dutch Buoy or GVB Tickets & Info = at Amsterdam Central Station or NS Tickets & Service = Schiphol Plaza, main hall.   

Bus travel from the Dutch Buoy to Amsterdam: take bus 315 (a 5 minutes`walk to bus stop Swaensborch) to Amsterdam North Metro Station (= a 10 minutes`bus drive) or take bus 316 or 314 (a 8 minutes`walk to bus stop at provincial road N247) to Amsterdam Central Station (= a 18 minutes`bus drive).

Short Origin of Waterland, Region North Amsterdam

Short Origin of Waterland in The Edge of The World, How the North Sea Made Us Who We Are (Michael Pye, 2015):

“Human beings started to quit the North Sea coast in the tenth century and they moved inland to the peat zone. The domes and cushions of peat, standing four meters proud of the bog itself, looked like the terpen, the kind of hillocks which has used as refuges before. A century of drought made the bogs seem almost accessible, and if drought could do that, man could do better. All it took was ditches and canals to drain off the water from the high peat domes to the pools that pockmarked the low bog, and you can dig a ditch with the tools any peasant owns: no new technology required. Once drained, the land could be farmed. All the sodden peat in Waterland, which is just north of Amsterdam, became land for farming in this way. …………The town of Medemblik sat in Waterland on the side of the Almere Lake. It was a transit town for freight coming from the Rhine and heading to the North Sea on its way to Scandinavia and England. ………. The sea broke into the lake and turned it brackish and tidal: what was used to be called the Zuider Zee……….. Between 1100 and 1300 most of the Zuider Zee was lined with dikes to stop the land washing away……… The Dutch already had the reputation for managing water …… “free ground with free people” ….. Peat-mining became an industry: for fuel and breweries from Amsterdam to Antwerp. The towns had ruined the peat grounds with their appetite for fuel and now the fact that the ground was spoiled led to the building of dams and the new towns around them: towns like Amsterdam and Monnickendam.

North of Amsterdam after  the Romans retreated the North Sea areas:
First the Frisians (650-900 CE) developed these peat zones, building on domes and cushions (= terpen) their villages. Using their flat-bottomed boats – look at the picture in front of The Dutch Buoy – to trade and spreading the use of money. Once drained, all sodden peat, became land for farming. Medemblik became transit town for freight from the Rhine to Scandinavia and England.The sea broke into the lake and turned it brackish and tidal: what was used to be called the Zuider Zee.

Then the Vikings (800-1200 CE) came to rob & trade. Between 1100-1300 most of the Zuider Zee was lined with dikes. The Dutch already had the reputation for managing water: “free ground with free people”. Peat-mining became an industry: for fuel and breweries from Amsterdam to Antwerp. The towns had ruined the peat grounds with their appetite for fuel. Now the ground was spoiled led to the building of dams and towns like Amsterdam and Monnickendam.

Then Hansa towns (1250-1550 CE), a cartel between Hamburg, Lubeck, Cologne, York, London and Edinburgh, banded together to keep their ships safe, made sure they were well treated in foreign ports. Around 1550 Hansa towns deteriorated.

Then Amsterdam (1550-1650 CE) became the (physical) stock market for Atlantic & Pacific trade. The golden age of Amsterdam is beginning: the art, the riches, the great fleets and the complex markets in anything from paper, grain, species, slaves. Power became a matter of show and glitz as well as armies and diplomacy, soft power perhaps but essential when a ruler is surrounded by disorderly, independent towns and dependent on big merchant enterprises". 

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