About this listing
A French and Anglo-Canadian couple (fluent in English and French), welcome you in our apartment with a loft atmosphere. Price is for one room 1 or 2 people + possibilty small child , with a private entrance and a private shower room "design"!
We have 2 double rooms available for groups of 4 people, (2 people per room max) with a private entrance. Room rate is for 1 room (2 pax max). Located in the heart of the city, you have access to a private lounge area, as well as a terrace overlooking the roof tops of Saint Etienne. Breakfast is served in the great room or on the terrace.
The apartment is located on the 3rd and 4th floors, without an elevator. Both rooms are on the 4th floor, with a private entrance for your independance.
Please note that I will only rent both rooms out at the same time to people who are travelling together. Both rooms will have to "share" the shower room.
If you are one or two people travelling together and reserve only one room, I will NOT rent the other room out and you will have private access to the shower room.
Interaction with guests
Your hosts will be at your disposal for any information that you may require. They will be in thier space on the 3rd floor.
Downtown Saint Etienne, shopping, dining, cimemas and le Cité de Design are at your doorstep. Local markets.
Tram and public transportation and velivert (public bikes) are closer than you can imagine.
Discover Lyon which is only 45 minutes by regional train from Saint Etienne.
Other things to note
If you wish to reserve a second room for the same dates, please book the other room via this link:
www.airbnb.com/rooms/(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)?guests=4&s=PP3v
Please no smoking inside the apartment; kindly go outside onto the terrace.
Je m'appelle Michelle et je viens du Canada. But in my heart I am French!
I am originally from Montreal and moved to France (Oise) in my 20's to share my life with a Frenchman from Toulouse!
Last year we moved to Saint Etienne and we love it here. The appartement is spacious and we love to socialize. We would love to share our 'joie de vivre' with fellow travellers.
I remember back in the day, when I used to travel, it was all about Let's Go and telephone booths when you reached your destination. Those were the days! Now it is time for me to give some of that back!