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Friendlyfrenchy's gay B & B in Paris

Bed & Breakfast (B&B), Guesthouses & Hostels
Majority of guests: completely mixed
 
Friendlyfrenchy's gay B & B in Paris
 (Branch of business: Bed & Breakfast (B&B), Guesthouses & Hostels)
Address 104 rue d'assas
75006 Paris
Île-de-France, France
Phone:33 0 1 43 54 37 64
 
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Friendlyfrenchy's gay B & B in Paris
TOP location TOP deco TOP host Oak wood parquets, marble bathroom, all wood, leather & glass furnishing, oriental rugs, interesting pieces on wall. newly redone with fresh curtains decorator fitted sheets.

Details about Accommodation
Type of accommodation: Bed & Breakfast / Inn / Private accommodation
Category: High (e.g. TV, WiFi, seats)
Number of rooms: 2
Number of beds: 2
Size of the room to let: 18 m²
Total size of the apartment: 13 m²
Tenancy ... for all
Type of bed: Double bed(s)
Parking facilities: No designated parking place, but parking space nearby
Amenities: Shower
Bath
Shared kitchen
Living room
Internet access / WLAN
Radio
Video
Telephone
Bath towels
Hair dryer
Ironing board
Cable, Sattelite-TV
Fridge
Desk
Washing machine
Further details: The bathroom is exclusively for guests, only one party at the same time, bath & toilet are separate

Breakfast
Breakfast: Continental breakfast
Details about breakfast: you can even have bred, cheese & wine for breakfast if you have the heart to it.

Rates
Single occupancy per night: 65 €
Double occupancy per night: 80 €
Minimum stay: 2 nights
Deposit or credit card required? No
More details, if deposit is required: deposit required only for the rental of entire apart

Rules of the House
May guests receive visitors? No
Pet policy: Pets not allowed
Smoking policy: Smoking only in designated areas
Alcohol policy: Alcohol permitted

Travel Connections
  Underground station
Bus station
Urban railway station
Tram / Streetcar station
Railway station
  bus stop in front of door +several bus lines on same block (owner will help you to select, bus travelling so much nicer)
RER B direct connection from C de G airport
direct connections to & from train stations

Clientele
Majority of guests: completely mixed
 Admission for men
Admission for women

Further details
Nearby attractions: this is Paris it's all there
Description of surroundings: next to luxembourg garden & sorbonne in the heart of latin quarter
Description of the entrance: large courtyard (paved old fashion) with trees

Contact Details
  friendlyfrenchy's gay B & B in Paris
Address 104 rue d'assas
75006 Paris
Île-de-France, France
Website: http://bbb4bbb.ifrance.com
Languages of the website: English

Contact Person
Name: Mr. alain rouget
E-Mail: friendlyfrenchy@wanadoo.fr
Phone: 33 0 1 43 54 37 64



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