Architecturally extraordinary ground-floor apartment in the eleventh arrondissement in Paris with a world class kitchen.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
The Chef's Hideaway is listed in affiliation with Plum Guide.
Located in the heart of Paris’ ultra-cool and historic eleventh arrondissement, The Chef's Hideaway is an entirely unique self-catering apartment on the street level of a bustling and exciting neighbourhood. Designed and decorated throughout with a remarkable and industrial-heavy aesthetic, The Chef's Hideaway has a small courtyard, a single bedroom, and everything an individual or couple could possibly need while on a mini-break or longer retreat to Europe’s coolest and most romantic city.
The kitchen and dining room are the central hub of the property, combining hardwood floors with antique furnishings and top of the range culinary appliances to create a space which is a treat to occupy or cook in. The dining table is capable of comfortably seating as many as twelve guests, and the owners are happy for guests to throw dinner parties or entertain. Metallic shelves contain dozens of herbs and spices in pleasing, apothecary style jars and phials, while everything from the Belfast sink to the tiled flooring offer the perfect fusion of form and function. A full-sized butcher’s block completes the aesthetic, and even the most demanding and exacting home chefs are guaranteed to be amazed by the kitchen facilities and layout.
Off this space, you’ll find the bedroom, with a large, ultra-comfortable bed occupying a minimalistic and well-lit room, overlooking the street outside. The same industrial-chic style carries through into the bathroom, which pairs gleaming white ceramic tiles with confident exposed copper pipes to create a visually striking showering space.
Outside, a small courtyard space has been set up with a simple cafe-style table and two chairs, creating the perfect spot to sit and watch the world go by with an espresso and croissant in the morning, or a little cheese and a glass of wine later in the day.
While the flat is a joy to cook in, and represents a foodie’s paradise, the neighbourhood also offers fantastic culinary experiences, ranging from upmarket brasseries to more casual cafes, many of which are embedded in the area’s history as a bohemian hub for intellectuals, artists and writers. The world-famous Père Lachaise cemetery is in this area, a pilgrimage destination for world travellers keen to visit the final resting places of Edith Piaf and Jim Morrison. In the pretty streets surrounding the famous graveyard, you’ll find high end restaurants, all-hours bars and clubs, and a number of art galleries and independent shops.
Charonne is well worth exploring, with its Romanesque church tower and beautifully preserved old houses, it is widely regarded as Paris’ only remaining authentic village. For an unforgettable culinary experience, head to the famous East Mamma Trattoria, before catching a play at the Opera Bastille. Square Gardette is another neighbourhood- defining restaurant, with late-night dinners and excellent wine.
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