Paris Rentals in France
Perfectly Paris Rentals Montmartre France Vacation Self Catering Apartments Lodgings Accommodations
Contact: Gail Boisclair
Address: 14 rue Lapeyrere 75018, Paris Ile de France
Telephone: 33 (0)1 44 92 00 84,
Activities/Attractions: Montmartre, in the northern part of Paris, is set on a hill 130 meters high, grandly overlooking out over all of Paris. The name "Montmartre" comes from "Mont des Martyrs". In the 12th century, Benedictine monks built a monastery near Rue des Abesses. It later became the seat of a powerful abbey.
The end of the 19th century saw Montmartre become the center of artistic life in Paris and the model of a free, bohemian existence. Many artists, from Berlioz to Picasso, lived, worked, and played here. These creative spirits (and their café, the Lapin Agile) helped keep this area the city's intellectual and artistic center up until the first World War.
The metro will drive you directly to the Champs Elysées, Père Lachaise, close to Seine and Musée d'Orsay or the Montparnasse. While walking you can visit the Sacré Coeur or discover the small streets of the Montmartre district, a very animated quarter with restaurants or the typical Parisian bistros. Near the apartments you will find all necessary shops for your stay in Paris.
General Information: How can you experience Paris, France as only a local does? The answer is simple. Instead of renting a hotel room for your stay, consider renting one of our self-catering apartments where you can have all of the privacy and convenience you need. We are not a rental agency but a collection of independent owners who have decided to share our unique Paris, France properties with you.
Payment Accepted: Travelers Cheques, Bank wire transfer or PayPal.
Rates: (Prices quoted in Euros).
"We booked with the owner, Gail Boisclair. She spoke excellent English and was extremely helpful (even recommending what cheese I should use for my omelets, since cheddar was so hard to come by). She answered all emails in a timely manner. She met us at the courtyard gate at the arranged time."