Aging gracefully Rue du Général Foy’s exterior is crafted from honeyed stone with Haussmannian flourishes, and inside the history continues. High ceilinged, traditionally panelled and painted in subtle cream tones, its rooms are an elegant backdrop for a collection of Louis XV furniture. There’s an ornate wardrobe in the double bedroom – inherited long ago by your hostess – or you might admire the gold-embellished chest in the grand dining room. And whether you draw the silken curtains before gathering at the polished table, or curl up in one of the leather armchairs beside the marble fireplace, you’ll find that in such rich surroundings the hours pass all the more pleasantly. Keen collectors Your hosts have a discerning eye for antiques, and have poured time and effort into amassing their collection. They love to travel, and have brought many intriguing finds back to their Parisian home – including an unusual selection of cigar boxes. Fine time Fittingly, the Parc Monceau area is full of traditional pleasures. Whether shopping at the market on Rue de Lévis, exploring the nearby Musée Nissim de Camondo, or walking in scenic Parc Monceau, you’ll find the neighbourhood’s sense of history is well-preserved. Indeed, for the contemporary you’ll need to return home. The gleaming bathroom has a deep bathtub, while the kitchen’s trim breakfast bar is the spot to sip morning espressos. But perhaps most captivating are the many modish artworks – the most colourful of all hangs in the sophisticated master bedroom.
Basin, bath (fitted)
Dining table, dining chair
Breakfast bar, coffee machine, dishwasher, freezer, hob (induction), microwave, ...
King size bed
Single bed, Trundle bed
DVD player, stereo system, TV
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This home doesn't have air-conditioning, so let us know if you'd like to have fans for your stay.
There is a trundle bed in the single bedroom. Please let us know if you'd like this set up for your stay.