Maison76 Montreuil
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The Apothecary’s Mansion in the heart of Montreuil-Sur-Mer

M aison 76 bed & breakfast has three bedrooms and a suite, all with their own bathrooms, decorated and furnished 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.

At Maison 76 we aim to celebrate the eclectic, the eccentric and the luxurious. See menus

Maison 76 is also a gourmet stopover.
Catherine Burggraf offers a fresh and full menu made from naturally-grown seasonal and local products. Breakfast is included in the price of the room. (Dinner by reservation only). Maison 76 is a place of rejuvenation and silence where you can stop for a moment to calm your mind. Catherine Burggraf offers (by reservation) sound massage with crystal bowls, gongs and the voice to free you from accumulated tension, find inner calm, and refocus.

Prices start from 200€ per night including gourmet breakfast, if booked direct
A partir de 200€ la nuit comprenant le petit-déjeuner gourmet, si réservé directement.
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What guests thought about Catherine's previous establishment, L'Eau Vive →

Maison 76 recommended by Le Figaro in 2019
Les Plus Belles Chambres D'Hôtes 2018/2019
Le Figaro Magazine

"As noble a B&B as this region affords"

Anthony Peregrine, The Telegraph, May 27 2020

"One of the 30 best B&Bs in France"

The Times, July 2019


The Sunday Times
chambre-d'hotes logo Chambres d'hôtes A stylish, welcoming bed & breakfast (chambres d'hôtes) in a 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.

Later owners 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.

Ce que disent les hôtes de Catherine Burggraf