Bedroom and balconyLounge and kitchen
Montmartre and Antiques market


4 voyageurs

1 chambre

2 lits

1 salle de bain


4 voyageurs

1 chambre

2 lits

1 salle de bain

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Adultes
1
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Enfants
De 2 à 12 ans
0
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À propos de ce logement

I spend most of my time traveling for work and stay in hotels all around the world. I know what it's like to be away in a foreign city so try to make my guests feel at home in my apartment. And that include a bottle of wine waiting on arrival.;)


Équipements

Prix
Voyageur supplémentaire : Sans frais
Frais de ménage : 30€
Caution : 200€
Réduction à la semaine : 10%

Description

I spend most of my time traveling for work and stay in hotels all around the world. I know what it's like to be away in a foreign city so try to make my guests feel at home in my apartment. And that include a bottle of wine waiting on arrival.;)

Charming apartment between Montmartre and the famous antiques Market, both sets of countless movie scenes.
A 10 to 15 mns walk will take you to either of these locations.
And the metro downstairs goes through the heart of Paris.

Charming apartment between Montmartre and the famous antiques Market, both sets of countless movie scenes.
A 10 to 15 mns walk will take you to either of these locations.
And the metro downstairs goes through the heart of Paris.

Charming apartment between Montmartre and the famous antiques Market, both sets of countless movie scenes.
A 10 to 15 mns walk will take you to either of these locations.
And the metro downstairs goes through the heart of Paris.

Charming apartment between Montmartre and the famous antiques Market, both sets of countless movie scenes.
A 10 to 15 mns walk will take you to either of these locations.
And the metro downstairs goes through the heart of Paris.

There is an area a couple of streets away from the flat with delis, butchers, bakers, grocers, fishmongers, etc.
You can go there in the morning and do your "marché" and then have a coffee and croissant on a terrace somewhere.

At weekends, you can also walk to the antiques market. It takes about 10mns to get there. You'll have to go through all the dodgy street vendors trying to sell you fake goods (like everybody else. My metro station is the only one that gets you close, then you have to walk!), but then you can wander through the little streets and look at some amazing stuff.
The designer Philippe Starck opened a restaurant called Ma Cocotte there last year. You can't book and it's usually very busy, but you can go there first and put your name on the list, go for a walk, and they call you when your table is ready. It's quite reasonable too.

Then of course, you can walk to Montmartre (a 15mns walk). It's full of tourists, but it's still one of the most amazing places in Paris. I'm French and I still go there sometimes! It's like going back in time. But I'm sure you know it already.
There's a little bar I quite like to go to in the summer for an early evening drink. It's called Le Rendez Vous Des Amis, in Rue Gabrielle. It's cheap and cheerful. You can sit at a table on the pavement and have a drink and a cheese plate or a selection of cold cuts, and strike a conversation with people sitting nearby. The place itself is nothing special, but there's a mix of tourists, Parisians, locals, a couple of regular (email hidden)... It's, well, authentic!
Otherwise, a classic is to take a bottle of wine and glasses, and sit on the hill just below the Sacré Coeur and watch the sun go down with a panoramic view of Paris.

For other areas in Paris like Le Marais, St Germain, etc, with all the chic and trendy French bars and restaurants just hop on the metro. The station is literally just outside my flat.

NB, check in on Sundays or after 19.00 occur a 30€ charge

There is an area a couple of streets away from the flat with delis, butchers, bakers, grocers, fishmongers, etc.
You can go there in the morning and do your "marché" and then have a coffee and croissant on a terrace somewhere.

At weekends, you can also walk to the antiques market. It takes about 10mns to get there. You'll have to go through all the dodgy street vendors trying to sell you fake goods (like everybody else. My metro station is the only one that gets you close, then you have to walk!), but then you can wander through the little streets and look at some amazing stuff.
The designer Philippe Starck opened a restaurant called Ma Cocotte there last year. You can't book and it's usually very busy, but you can go there first and put your name on the list, go for a walk, and they call you when your table is ready. It's quite reasonable too.

Then of course, you can walk to Montmartre (a 15mns walk). It's full of tourists, but it's still one of the most amazing places in Paris. I'm French and I still go there sometimes! It's like going back in time. But I'm sure you know it already.
There's a little bar I quite like to go to in the summer for an early evening drink. It's called Le Rendez Vous Des Amis, in Rue Gabrielle. It's cheap and cheerful. You can sit at a table on the pavement and have a drink and a cheese plate or a selection of cold cuts, and strike a conversation with people sitting nearby. The place itself is nothing special, but there's a mix of tourists, Parisians, locals, a couple of regular (email hidden)... It's, well, authentic!
Otherwise, a classic is to take a bottle of wine and glasses, and sit on the hill just below the Sacré Coeur and watch the sun go down with a panoramic view of Paris.

For other areas in Paris like Le Marais, St Germain, etc, with all the chic and trendy French bars and restaurants just hop on the metro. The station is literally just outside my flat.

NB, check in on Sundays or after 19.00 occur a 30€ charge

There is an area a couple of streets away from the flat with delis, butchers, bakers, grocers, fishmongers, etc.
You can go there in the morning and do your "marché" and then have a coffee and croissant on a terrace somewhere.

At weekends, you can also walk to the antiques market. It takes about 10mns to get there. You'll have to go through all the dodgy street vendors trying to sell you fake goods (like everybody else. My metro station is the only one that gets you close, then you have to walk!), but then you can wander through the little streets and look at some amazing stuff.
The designer Philippe Starck opened a restaurant called Ma Cocotte there last year. You can't book and it's usually very busy, but you can go there first and put your name on the list, go for a walk, and they call you when your table is ready. It's quite reasonable too.

Then of course, you can walk to Montmartre (a 15mns walk). It's full of tourists, but it's still one of the most amazing places in Paris. I'm French and I still go there sometimes! It's like going back in time. But I'm sure you know it already.
There's a little bar I quite like to go to in the summer for an early evening drink. It's called Le Rendez Vous Des Amis, in Rue Gabrielle. It's cheap and cheerful. You can sit at a table on the pavement and have a drink and a cheese plate or a selection of cold cuts, and strike a conversation with people sitting nearby. The place itself is nothing special, but there's a mix of tourists, Parisians, locals, a couple of regular (email hidden)... It's, well, authentic!
Otherwise, a classic is to take a bottle of wine and glasses, and sit on the hill just below the Sacré Coeur and watch the sun go down with a panoramic view of Paris.

For other areas in Paris like Le Marais, St Germain, etc, with all the chic and trendy French bars and restaurants just hop on the metro. The station is literally just outside my flat.

NB, check in on Sundays or after 19.00 occur a 30€ charge

There is an area a couple of streets away from the flat with delis, butchers, bakers, grocers, fishmongers, etc.
You can go there in the morning and do your "marché" and then have a coffee and croissant on a terrace somewhere.

At weekends, you can also walk to the antiques market. It takes about 10mns to get there. You'll have to go through all the dodgy street vendors trying to sell you fake goods (like everybody else. My metro station is the only one that gets you close, then you have to walk!), but then you can wander through the little streets and look at some amazing stuff.
The designer Philippe Starck opened a restaurant called Ma Cocotte there last year. You can't book and it's usually very busy, but you can go there first and put your name on the list, go for a walk, and they call you when your table is ready. It's quite reasonable too.

Then of course, you can walk to Montmartre (a 15mns walk). It's full of tourists, but it's still one of the most amazing places in Paris. I'm French and I still go there sometimes! It's like going back in time. But I'm sure you know it already.
There's a little bar I quite like to go to in the summer for an early evening drink. It's called Le Rendez Vous Des Amis, in Rue Gabrielle. It's cheap and cheerful. You can sit at a table on the pavement and have a drink and a cheese plate or a selection of cold cuts, and strike a conversation with people sitting nearby. The place itself is nothing special, but there's a mix of tourists, Parisians, locals, a couple of regular (email hidden)... It's, well, authentic!
Otherwise, a classic is to take a bottle of wine and glasses, and sit on the hill just below the Sacré Coeur and watch the sun go down with a panoramic view of Paris.

For other areas in Paris like Le Marais, St Germain, etc, with all the chic and trendy French bars and restaurants just hop on the metro. The station is literally just outside my flat.

NB, check in on Sundays or after 19.00 occur a 30€ charge


Règlement intérieur
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait à partir de 14:00
Départ avant 11:00

Annulations

Modérées

Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant votre voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.


Dispositif de sécurité
Détecteur de fumée

Disponibilité
Séjour de 5 nuits minimum

L'adresse exacte est communiquée uniquement lorsque la réservation est confirmée.

4 commentaires


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Profil utilisateur de Elvis
juin 2016
Me and my friends went on a trip to Paris for 5 days to support Austria at the Euros. Although we never met Jerry personally we made a great experience with him. A red wine bottle and a nice letter written by him welcomed us at his cosy apartment. Despite of finding the apartment was quite difficult (we had the wrong street number) everything went really easily. The apartment itself was clean and located at metro 4 which brings you to the center in about 20 minutes. Furthermore it was enough space for all of us (3 persons). The apartment is exactly like it's shown in the pictures, small but very cosy. Perfect for couples or small groups. We had a very nice stay and would totally recommend Jerrys apartment for a stay in Paris.

Profil utilisateur de Elena
septembre 2015
The apartment is nice, it has all the stuff you might need ( tv, dishwasher, washing machine). The metro station and supermarket is just around the corner, which is very convenient! The neighborhood is not as pleasant as in city centre, but the metro station is very close.

Profil utilisateur de Nanny
juin 2015
We had a great experience with Jerry. We needed a place to stay on really short notice and Jerry was very helpful. The apartment is small but very comfortable. Everything we needed was available and more. There is a Nespresso coffee machine, a very strong wifi and a dishwasher to name a few things. He even had a bottle of wine waiting for us (thanks Jerry!). Good to know that the appartment is on the fifth floor. So a bit of a climb. The location was perfect. There was a subway station just outside the door and a supermarket right around the corner. And a short walk to the Sacre Coeur. We had great week in Paris, thanks again Jerry. We absolutely recommend this place.

Profil utilisateur de Arno
avril 2015
War alles gut, schöne Wohnung

Paris, France · Membre depuis mars 2015
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