About this listing
Welcome to this clean and warm cozy room in a shared house close to the famous Père-Lachaise and the center of Paris (15 minutes). Well furnished room will surprise you with its comfort (real bed, wifi, fully equiped kitchen) and its very low price.
This cosy private double bedroom is in a house located in a very unique area of Paris. You can see the other rooms in my listing if this one is not vacant. Each room has its own key, and are looking out either onto the street or onto the garden.
Enjoy this little green area, one of the last place in Paris were you can still find houses. This comfortable house is two blocks away from the Metro (3 minutes' walk), and from there about 15 minutes to everything you want to see in the city (Louvre, Bastille, Champs Elysées, Montmartre, Eiffel Tower...)
There is a very large and fully equipped kitchen (3 stoves, 3 fridges, 2 ovens, dining table, French coffeemakers...) located in the basement just like in London and brand new. There are also a laundry with washer and dryer and a small backyard.
The house is closed to Pere Lachaise and Gambetta well known for its vibrant nightlife. Next to the house you'll find supermarkets, bakeries, pharmacy, butcher, restaurant, auto lib station, café...
Down the street there is a fantastic Saturday market plenty of cheese, groceries....located on the Edith Piaf square. Chocolate croissant from the corner bakery is to die for (award winning!)
This is a no smoking place, but you can smoke in the backyard.
Free Wifi available in the house :)
Bastille and the Marais : 9 minutes
The Louvre and Palais Royal: 15 minutes
Champs Elysées: 20 minutes
Montmartre/ Sacré Coeur : 20 minutes
The Eiffel Tower: 27 minutes
Charles de Gaulle Airport: 20-40 minutes
Orly Airport: 25-45 minutes
Subway station is 3 minutes' walk.
Pere-Lachaise Cemetery is 10mn walk.
There are also 2 Velib (rent bicycles) stations around.
See you soon!
We can't smoke in the house or in the room, but it's possible to smoke is in the garden.
If you want to invite someone for a drink or a diner, you have to ask me first.