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Description for B&B:Welcome to Jeff and Peggy B&B
We live in Paris since 2005. We felt in love with the city. 2 years ago, we launched our blog to collect great places to visit in Paris (restaurants, museum, fashion shop, cake shop, take out for a walk, ...). We have more than 400 articles on the blog (parisparis.in), so we can surely advise you with specific things to visit that you’ll enjoy.
Today, we open a B&B in our flat to share our discoveries and our love for Paris with foreigners.
The flat, 840 sq Ft, is located in Paris 19th Area. Our location is very lovely & practical (small shops, open air French market, restaurants, perfumery shop, Canal de l'Ourcq & Saint Martin, the new famous cultural place named LE 104, public transport)
The subway (ligne 7), at 3 min from the flat, take you in less than 15min to 2 main train stations (gare du Nord et gare de l'Est). It’s also direct to Opéra Garnier , "Grands magasins", Louvre, Chatelet, Notre-Dame de Paris, la cité des sciences & de la musique (La Villette).
There is also a direct bus line to Montmartre Village (15 min).
Your room, 129 sq Ft, is nice, cosy and peaceful (garden side). It has a very comfortable king size bed or 2 single bed, vast closet, desk, computer with internet and bath towels.
We have a brand new large Italian shower with 3 water streams that you’ll enjoy !
After a long day visiting, you can rest in the living or take a drink on the balcony.
You will take french breakfast in the kitchen or on the balcony. You’ll enjoy french bread (baguette) with Paris honey and homemade marmelade drinking artisanal apple juice.
We hope to welcome you soon in the “most beautiful city in the world” to make your stay special at our place. You’ll remember it ;)
It's possible to rent a parking space in the residence (10€/nignt extra).
Time of arrival and departure will be defined when you make the reservation.
Language spoken : french, english, spanish
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Ligne 7, Crimée subway station at 3 min from the flat.
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