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Our Montmartre apartment is located on the second floor of a classic Parisien building.


Offering 80sqm and multiple terraces overlooking a quaint street, it catches the sunlight in the afternoon and is bright all day long. 

The apartment is tastefully decorated, bursting with character and furnished with many interesting books and paintings. 

The living area is open planned and modern, with a fully equipped kitchen and dining table that can comfortably seat up to six people. 

The master bedroom is replete with a double bed, ensuite bathroom with shower and other furnishings.  In the largest bedroom is a bunk bed and desk, complete with a terrace and lots of floor space.  If that’s still not enough beds, there is one more large, single bedroom!

An additional bathroom with a bath and double sink ensures that there is enough room for all the family.

Situated in a busy and bustling neighbourhood, you can find everything you need for your stay nearby.  Walk to the end of the road to Rue des Dames, and there are multiple bakeries, bars and restaurants.

Located nearby in the 9th arrondissement, you can find a little village market at Place d’Anvers. Every Friday from 15h00 to 20h30, why not check it out and shop like a local!

The Place de Clichy metro station is a 5 minute walk away, and Paris Saint-Lazare no more than 15. This is a central station, connecting you to the rest of Paris and beyond. However, if you prefer, taxis and buses are abundant, and Uber can also be hired.

The world-renowned Moulin Rouge is just a 10 minute walk away, so staying at our Montmartre appartement is the perfect opportunity to catch a show!

The Sacré Coeur is less than a 30 minute walk away, and is a must see when lit up at night. During the day, take a stroll to see the magnificent views of Paris, from the front of the cathedral.  Located in Montmartre, the cobbled streets are lined with quaint cafes and restaurants. This area will transport you to a different version of Paris.

For the art lovers, we recommend checking out ‘Musée de Montmartre’, home to timeless artists such as Émile Bernard and Auguste Renoir. Surrounded by gardens, the museum was created in 1960 and is one of the oldest buildings in the Butte Montmartre area.