On top of Montmartre, beside the Sacré Cœur, Claire’s elegantly arty, independent room with snazzy bathroomi s perfect for couples

The steep climb is worth every characterful step. Up one floor, through a garden where convivial picnics happen, up again: Claire lives at the top of a real old Montmartre house: wonky stairs, the neighbour’s cat, a sense of community. The window of your room gives dramatically onto the whole of Paris …

The Gardian

10 of the best Paris B&Bs

Joanna Walsh, aka blogger Badaude, picks the best B&Bs in Paris, from a swish townhouse in Montmartre to a free guesthouse on the Left Bank. While the building retains its traditional ironworked French windows and some have beams, it’s been decorated in a style that’s more than a little « hotel modern » (antique sofas reupholstered in neon velvets, clean white walls and polished wood floors)…

Travelove: a romantic experience in Paris

One of the most romantic B&Bs in Paris

Paris is often referred to as “the city of lovers,” and when you are in the city, you’ll do well by choosing a romantic bed & breakfast. Luckily, there are quite a few of them you can choose from—and not just in Paris, but also throughout the rest of France. There are many romantic B&Bs all over the country, so wherever you visit, you are sure to find one that’s just right for you and your partner…

France Today

A place that evokes a film set of a timeless bohemian Paris

Barely a fifteen-minute walk away, there’s a complete change of scene at Claire Maubert’s Une Chambre à Montmartre, a place that evokes a film set of a timeless bohemian Paris. The tourist-ridden Sacré Coeur and the funicular are practically around the corner, but no trace of them is felt once past the Maubert doorway and up a flight of stairs into the exquisite little garden. The hillside building is thought to have been a convent at one time, which might explain the atmosphere of serenity.