On the fourth floor of a 1930's building, this is a charming 30 square meter flat located just around the corner from “La Campagne à Paris”, near the famous Père-Lachaise Cemetery, in the lively and family-friendly 20th district of Paris. Newly renovated in a contemporary style, the apartment is very bright and retains some of the traditional Parisian decor features such as traditional Parisian wood flooring.
A cozy entrance opens up onto a fully equipped kitchen (microwave, fridge, ceramic hob, toaster, electric coffee machine, electric kettle….) and a comfortable living room (15sqm) furnished with a queen size bed (new mattress), a double sofa bed, and ample storage, Flat screen TV ( with International channels).
Large bathroom with shower and storage space. Hairdryer available.
Baby cot available upon request.
Bed sheets and bath towels provided.
Free wifi available.
- FOR ALL ARRIVALS :Please arrive at or around the time agreed upon. Times are flexible according to your requirements and ours, it is important to be able to organize before. Thank you for your understanding.
We are very much looking forward to welcoming you.
A bientôt !Guest Access
We do not accept pets.
This accommodation is non-smoking.Interaction with Guests
I work from home and am available most of the time if you need anything. Just give me a ring!The Neighborhood
Many shops within less than 3 min walk! Including cafes, supermarkets, pharmacies, laundry, post office, bakeries, butcheries, wine shops….
A traditional Parisian street-market is held just across the street,twice a week (Thursdays and Sundays). Another street-market, at the nearby Place Edith Piaf, takes place every Wednesdays and Saturdays. These markets feature excellent local produce, including cheese, vegetables and fruits.
Lots of trendy restaurants, bars and shops are also just 10-15 min away, in the Gambetta district.
An ideal starting point to visit Paris !
-Stroll along the paved streets of the must-see “La Campagne à Paris” (The Countryside in the City). This delightful parcel of land was once a housing estate perched on the heights of Porte de Bagnolet. Previously a working class district, today it is home to upscale houses that mostly date to the early 20th century, full of charm with their plant-covered walls.
-Enjoy a coffee on Place Edith Piaf, where the world renowned singer claimed she was born in 1915 (it was actually probably in the Hôpital Tenon, which is just a short walk away).
-Two children playgrounds with sand-pit, bicycle track, table tennis, ‘Club de Pétanque’ are located within less than 3 min walk (Square Severine and Square Emmanuel Fleury).Getting Around
A large range of public transport is also available:
-At your doorstep, the newly opened tram line travelling from Porte de la Chapelle to Porte de Vincennes. Less than 20 min to Parc de la Villette (museums, very large park, big children's playground, exhibitions, restaurants, concert hall…).
-Metro (line #3) Porte de Bagnolet, is within less than 3 min walk down the boulevard. Line 3 will take you directly to places like Pere Lachaise, Republique, Opera, Blvd Haussmann, St Lazare railway station….
-Bus #76 (Bastille, St Paul-Le Marais, Le Louvre…), Bus #57 (Nation, Gare de Lyon)
- Easy connection via tram to Metro Line 1 at Porte de Vincennes. This is the main line for visiting Paris, as it stops at many neighborhoods and sites of interest, including the Louvre, the Marais, the Arc de Triomphe/Champs Elysees....
-Within walking distance to two movie theaters (movies in France are often in original version, but with French subtitles, so even if you don't speak French, you may be able to catch a movie in your native language): “Etoile”, Porte des Lilas, and MK2, Place Gambetta.Other Things to Note
Official Paris tourism registration number: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)