What specific architectural features does your building have ?
Unlike many other hotels in Montreuil, we preserved the essence of the ground floor and restored it with respect for the original characteristics. The many items we have kept, such as the pharmacy shelf and the trumeaus in the living room, allow guests to appreciate the property's original soul.
Places you would personally recommend
With dozens of restaurants nearby (including La Grenouillière with two Michelin stars) gastronomy is very present in Montreuil.
Upscale wine cellars, gourmet shops, sumptuous pastries, tempting cheeses and a festival-filled calendar can be on gastronomicdestination.com
If history is your passion, three heritage tours allow visitors to discover the city's military, commercial and religious past.
You can take a relaxing stroll to the top of the tree-lined ramparts which are easily accessible from many of the city's streets. Stroll through the Montreuil markets on Saturdays, or Etaples and Touquet on Thursdays and Saturdays.
There are hundreds of flea markets every weekend throughout the region, from Easter to the end of September. Thirty minutes from the house is Crotoy, a small town where time seems to stand still. Enjoy the beach stretching for miles in a national park and follow in the footsteps of Jules Verne who wrote Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea while living there. Montreuil-sur-Mer features in the novel 'Les Misérables' by Victor Hugo, although it is only identified as M .... sur-M in old translations. The protagonist, Jean Valjean, known as Father Madeleine, was mayor of Montreuil for a few years. Victor Hugo spent long periods of time here.