Your luxurious, light and sunny three-room apartment (57m2 or 614 sq ft), suitable for 4 persons. Situated on the fourth floor of a quiet building from early 20th century. Furnished with beautiful antique furniture. You will find the Rue Daguerre, a pedestrian street with daily market, many delicatessen shops and restaurants just a scroll away. Several buses and metros are also nearby and will lead you quickly everywhere in Paris.
Outside: The apartment is situated near the Rue Daguerre where you can find everything you need for your stay. There are bakeries, groceries, butchers, cheese shops, supermarkets, delicatessen shops, cafes, bistros and restaurants. There is also a laundromat downstairs.
Tourist attractions nearby are the Catacombs of Denfert Rochereau, le Jardin du Luxembourg, the Tower of Montparnasse or the Rodin Museum.
Montparnasse is known as the artists quarter. In the 1950s, famous people like Miles Davis, Jean-Paul Sartre & Simone de Beauvoir and Ernest Hemingway (among others) spent much of their time here. Well-known places to visit are le Closerie des Lilas, la Coupole or le Dôme.
Changeover day: Changeover day is flexible. Arrivals and departures are flexible too, depending on the previous and following guests. It is always possible to leave your luggage upon waiting for your apartment.
Accessibility: The apartment is situated on the fourth floor. There is no elevator.
Thank you for your interest in my profile. I have the Dutch and the French nationality and I came to Paris to work in 1981. With my husband and two children, I have been living in the quarter of Montparnasse for many years now and I still enjoy every minute of it. Now that my children are studying, I have time to take care of the rental and the guests. It is great to receive visitors from all over the world.
The building in which the apartment is situated was built by the great-grandfather of my husband in 1911. The great-grandmother said to the great-grandfather: 'But why are you building in the country side?' as there were just farms, cows and chicken around. The building was finished after WWI when the apartment was let to Mr and Mrs Robbe-Grillet. They were the parents of Alain Robbe-Grillet, the famous French novelist and filmmaker. Until recently, his sister Anne-Lise rented the apartment.
The area around the apartment is quiet and safe but lively at the same time which will make you feel like a real Parisian during your stay.