Rue Poulbot Loft, Paris, France

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  • An intimate and charming Parisian loft apartment, a few blocks from the stunning church of Sacré Coeur

    Brand new in 2007, this chic and modern take on a bedsit is a perfect base for exploring the artistic quartier of Montmartre.

    Just minutes away from the landmark Sacré Coeur church and bustling Place du Tertre, it’s surrounded by cobbled streets, tiny cafés and wonderful restaurants, giving you a real feel for this bohemian neighbourhood. What’s more, it’s just four stops on the metro from Gare du Nord, where the Eurostar arrives.

    Perched in the eaves of a beautiful three-storey building, the apartment is typically Parisian in its size and décor.

    White walls, exposed wooden beams and parquet flooring are combined in an uncluttered open-plan design that makes the most of the bijou space, and owner Laurent Bernard has styled it with calm and comfort in mind.

    From the peaceful setting to the four-poster bed and cosy chaise longue, it promises to be ultra relaxing. And because it’s fully kitted out for self-catering, it’s particularly suitable for long-stay guests and couples with a child.

    The Rue Poulbot Loft, Paris is a city apartment with one bedroom costing from €130 for room only. 

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