Fable and fantasy On the fifth and top floor of a typically Parisian building in Saint-Germain-des-Prés (picture a charming stone façade with ornate Juliet balconies), Rue Péguy is full with stories. Books fill every room, collected by your literary host and stacked on shelves, ladders – even a nook behind the bathtub. As you enter the front hall, you’ll find a bright bedroom to your left with a built-in desk and floral bed frame. One door down, a sitting room is piled high with paintings, sculptures and patterned rugs. The François Bauchet-designed kitchen is straight ahead, where colour-blocked panels and geometric tiles make a bold statement beside eclectic chairs. Next to the kitchen is a compact master bedroom with a molded plastic rocker and adjacent bath. A child’s bedroom is just down the hall, brimming with fanciful figures from Wonder Woman to Pegasus. And those pretty Juliet balustrades border windows in every room except the kitchen.
Meet & Greet
This home's boiler heats enough water for two showers before it needs time to replenish.
There is no hanging space in the master bedroom, but there is plenty in the corridor just outside.
There is no hanging space in the pink bedroom, so we will set up a hanging rail for your stay.
The elevator in the building can fit one person at a time.
This home doesn't have air-conditioning, so ask us if you'd like to have fans for your stay.