Named for the wines produced in the French region of Brittany, this stunning two-story apartment is an ideal home for a Paris vacation. Spacious, warm and inviting, the Brittany incorporates a classic design with traditional features for a countryside feel in the city.
Spread across the 6th and 7th floor, the Brittany makes the most of its assets, from exposed wood beams to feature fireplaces. The first level consists of a living and dining room with a kitchen sectioned off by a bar. Soft lighting adds warmth and focus to the uncompromising design. A comfy sofa separates the living area, creating a cozy spot for relaxing in front of the TV. The kitchen is stocked with the essentials for those who like to cook, and the dining table allows for a more formal option. Next to the kitchen, you’ll find a half bath, complete with a toilet and sink. Wind your way up the stairs to the upper floor to find the sleeping quarters and two bathrooms. Bedroom one has a large bed and an en suite bathroom. The slanting ceiling and stunning exposed oak beam lends a homey feel. The en suite features a bathtub with a flexible showerhead. Bedroom two, across the hall, has two beds which can be combined into one. This delightful room also has a feature mantlepiece and built-in storage. At the top of the stairs, there is a separate bathroom with a shower and double sink. Views overlooking the Parisian rooftops complete this gorgeous apartment.
The Brittany is situated in the trendy Marais neighborhood, a perfect location for those wanting to really discover the city. This medieval neighborhood is a thriving melting pot of vintage boutiques, bistros and bars. Great for culture lovers, you could be browsing the collection of the Pompidou Centre in just five minutes. Stop for coffee on a nearby square to watch the everyday happenings of Paris’ coolest district. For a casual lunch, walk 10 minutes to Les Enfants Rouges, the city’s oldest market. Artistic, fashionable and flourishing, the Brittany’s neighborhood has the benefits of a central location and colorful history.
Please note: There are fewer toilets in this property than there are bathrooms.
Things To Note
Neighborhood: 4th arrondissement
Size: 915 sq ft/85 sq m
Bathroom: There are fewer toilets in this property than there are bathrooms
Cooling: No air conditioning, fans are available
Accessibility/Security: Internal stairs and 2 steps from elevator to the property
Registration Number: 7510401008874
Other: Ceiling height on the first floor is 7.4 ft (2.25m) under the beams and 7.7ft ( 2.35m ) to the ceiling. The second floor ceiling height ranges from 5.9 ft (1.8m) to 9.8 ft (3m).
|Bedroom 1||Extra-Wide Queen (1)||Extra wide queen bed (63in x 79in; 160cm x 200cm)|
|Bedroom 2||Single (2)||Two single beds (35in x 79in; 90cm x 200cm) that can be made up together to form a dual-king bed|
|Bathroom 1 (en suite to Bedroom 1)||Bathtub (flexible showerhead) and sink|
|Bathroom 2||Shower (flexible showerhead) and double sink|
|Half Bath||Toilet and sink|
- Fully Equipped
- Starter Supplies
- Coffee Maker
- Microwave Oven Combo
- Nespresso Style Coffee Machine
- TV - Limited English Programs
- No Air Conditioning
- Portable Fan(s)
- Sound Dampening Windows
- 6th Floor North American
- Iron & Board
- Washer/Dryer Combo
- No Travel Crib
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Things to See & Do
Musée Carnavalet (4 mins Walking)
Documents the history of Paris
Musée des Archives Nationales (4 mins Walking)
Museum of French history featuring exhibitions from the collections of the government archives
Centre Pompidou (7 mins Walking)
The National Museum of Modern Art with a striking tubular exterior
Place des Vosges (8 mins Walking)
Visit the oldest planned square in Paris. While there also visit the Victor Hugo house museum.
Hôtel de Ville (9 mins Walking)
Magnificent city hall of Paris since 1357
Shopping & Eating
Marché Maubert (1 mins Walking)
Traditional open-air market with a combination of permanent food shops and stalls. One of the best cheesemongers in the entire city is located here - Fromagerie Laurent Dubois. Open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 7am - 2:30pm
BHV Department Store (6 mins Walking)
Find everything you could possibly need at this stunning department store
Marché Baudoyer (7 mins Walking)
Traditional open-air food market selling high-quality products, including fish, fruits, vegetables, dairy products, poultry, flowers etc.
Marché des Enfants Rouges (10 mins Walking)
The oldest covered market in Paris is located in the trendy Marais district
Les Halles (16 mins Walking)
Large underground mall with a wide range of stores for all budgets. The métro station is connected to the mall so it's very easy to get to if you're not within walking distance
Métro (6 mins Walking)
Saint-Paul (Line 1)
Métro (8 mins Walking)
Rambuteau (Line 11)
Métro (12 mins Walking)
Chemin Vert (Line 8)