Maison76 Montreuil
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Maison76

The Apothecary’s Mansion in the heart of Montreuil-Sur-Mer

Maison 76 bed & breakfast has three bedrooms and a suite, all with their own bathrooms, completely redecorated and refurnished to the highest standards, with king-size or super-king sized beds and bathrooms, an eighteenth-century drawing room (solely for the use of guests), offering the style and facilities you would expect to find in a luxury hotel.

The Sarazin suite comes with a free-standing bateau-style bath, a separate dressing room and delightful views over the walled garden and summerhouse.

At Maison 76 we aim to celebrate the eclectic, the eccentric and the luxurious. Where we really stand out is in the quality and convenience of our service.

Breakfast on the very freshest croissants, baguettes, cereals, meats and cheeses, brightened by home-made yoghurt, jams, marmalade and hand-churned butter, matched by ‘proper’ coffee from Illy and Monmouth. See menus

Given reasonable notice, we are happy to provide a small a la carte menu, and a fully catered picnic where it suits. To crown it all, we offer a guest pantry that means that at any time, guests can help themselves to a wide variety of sustenance, and never feel the need to forage.

In the warmer months, guests can step out into a beautiful walled garden, complete with cobbled courtyard, summer house and pool.


Prices start from 175€ per night. A partir de 175€ la nuit.
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chambre-d'hotes logo A stylish, welcoming bed & breakfast (chambres d'hôtes) in a recently renovated 18th-century 'hôtel particulier' within the ancient walls of Montreuil-Sur-Mer, France

Originally built by M Gaspard Dominique Dupius between 1750 and 1765, 76 Rue Pierre Ledent was sold in 1793, the second year of the Revolution, to M Lagache, an Apothecary, and over the following 193 years played its part in providing pharmaceutical services to the town of Montreuil.

More recently, the current owners have sympathetically restored this magnificent maison du charme to its original function, reflecting its unique heritage, most noticeably in the delightful 18th century parquet floored drawing room, where the original panelling, fireplace and four Watteau-style frescos can be found. A large sun-filled room is set out to be enjoyed to the full by each of our guests for the duration of their stay.

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