Manoir de Beauregard

Manoir de Beauregard

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A real jewel in Paris, the Manoir de Beauregard, an incredible Parisian guest house, an amazing 18th century manor with garden and garage. Located in a quiet and charming area near the Cité de la Musique, the Philharmonie de Paris and the beautiful Buttes Chaumont Historical Park.
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43 rue des Lilas, 75019 Paris France
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rangerross584 wrote a review Jan 2012
Helena, Montana12 contributions24 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
After traveling three consecutive years in Europe, we cannot imagine a better place to stay. We are highly selective of the places we visit, and we just fell in love. The hospitality the Girards exhibit will quite possibly be the highlight of your experience in Paris.

You can believe the positive reviews. In fact, just bank on them. Book this place now if you can. We were a bit hesitant. Don't be. In an instant, we'd go back if only to visit with these people and enjoy the warmth of their company. Mary-Rose, Georges and Therese work very hard to ensure your stay is enjoyable. Mary-Rose speaks English quite well. Your stay will be a touch easier with a little French, but that rings true anywhere in Paris.

We stayed several nights at Manoir de Beauregard in the Sacré-Coeur suite. The home, a 18th century masterpiece, is as elegant, graceful and charming as anyone could wish for. The owners are simply without peer in our experience if you value sincere charm, affection and care for your visit.

Mary-Rose has real, authentic style, grace & experience. We just love her. She cares for you far better than someone who has been trained by a company or paid by the hour, even at high end hotels. We've been to those too! They will help you plan your day if you are not sure what to do, where to go or how to get there.

Mary-Rose was so kind to our little girl, she wanted to stay with her for a day! They are great with children.

Rooms: The rooms are more spacious than any accommodation you'll find in Paris at three times the cost. They are decorated with period antiques, floral, glass and fabric wall coverings and elegant lighting. Gorgeous and very clean!

The beds were our favorite anywhere in Europe and the mattress was more comfortable than our own (at $3,000!). The duvet covers were soft, clean and of high quality. The bathroom was well equipped with a large lavatory and shower/bath. Plenty of soaps, shampoos and extra towels.

Georges will give you a special instruction lesson on how to lock the outer gates. He's extremely intelligent and overwhelmingly charming! Teas, coffee and bottled water ( along with other treats ) were provided at no cost daily in our room. Elegant china too.

Location: As other reviewers have stated, don't let the location scare you at all. You'll be glad you stayed somewhere so quiet after the busy and crowded days in Paris. The metros are a short five minute walk if you can force yourself to bypass the occasional market at Place de La Fete (good luck).

It is approximately 20-30 minutes to Charles De Gaulle Airport. Our cab was graciously taken care of by Mary-Rose, and even arrived early. You can be in the center of Paris in about 15 minutes.

Internet: It's included and it works. The signal is strong, even on the top floor. It worked seamlessly with our Macbook Air, iPad and iPhones. Fast and perfect.

The Food: YUM! We had a fabulous breakfast of fresh baked bread, croissants, homemade preserves from their Loire Valley home, fresh squeezed orange juice, cheese, yogurt, coffee and the most amazing hot chocolate every morning. There were a few mornings Mary-Rose even made special cake that was just to die for!

Summary: Great location, the finest hosts you can imagine with a beautiful home that is warm, comfortable, spacious and authentic. They are number one for many reasons. We highly recommend Manoir de Beauregard without reservation. The best of Paris.
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Date of stay: December 2011
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Sacré-Coeur suite is roomy for three.
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Bleifeld wrote a review Jan 2013
Port Washington NY42 contributions51 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
My wife and I stayed with Marie-Rose last week at her home- B&B in Paris. The manoir was a nice old home and the interior was charming and the room was large and quite comfortable.

As we arrived from NY and were quite jet lagged we were "late" for breakfast one morning as we decided to sleep a bit since we were on vacation. To our surprise we were abruptly awoken by Marie-Rose who wanted us to join her and her husband for breakfast. This was not how we wanted to start our Parisian get away. The food was good and Marie-Rose and her husband George were accommodating and friendly.

Aside from that, the other thing that should be noted is that this B&B is far and I mean FAR from everything you'll want to see in Paris. It's in a residential neighborhood in the 19th e and a good. 20 min Metro ride from anywhere else in Paris. As a result we did not/ could not really come and go as we pleased because it was simply too far away. We did not realize the distances within Paris and as a result would have preferred to have stated in the St. Germain area which is more centrally located and filled with hotels and inns that we similarly priced.

So to conclude: Nice place, comfortable rooms and friendly hosts but just too far from where we wanted to be.
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Date of stay: January 2013
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
2.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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Marcus N wrote a review Sep 2011
Helsingborg, Sweden120 contributions63 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
After a flight to Paris we bought a 5 day metro ticket directly at CDG-airport and took a metro to the station near Manoir de Beauregard. ( Very short walk ) We were welcomed
by the truly elegant Madame Mary-Rose Girard and her wonderful and kind husband George. As we were a big family 2 adult + 2 adult w. 2 children + 2 adult, we had booked the entire place.

We were shown our room and was absolutely stunned about the rooms, the house and the decorations and interior of the house. It couldn´t be better! It is like a nice old mansion and with a perfect location. Calm sourroundings but yet close to big city life.

After the tour of the house we were invited to join the Girards in their garden for some Champagne and homebaked petite madeleine cake and snacks.

It was very easy to get along with the Girards, You were welcomed and felt like a family member. We spent 2 of the days at Disneyland with the kids ( easy with the metro pass) and the rest of the days we did sightseeing all over Paris and it´s sourroundings.

One day we celebrated a birthday and were served a birthday cake.
The breakfast was absolutely perfect! (Everyday) Fresh baked baguettes, exclusive cheese, homemade jam, home made wonderful orangejuice, different homemade cakes and much more! If you get to try the homemade hot chocholat - TRY IT! Best ever ( made with valrhona )

We had our breakfasts with the Girards which was a truly appreciated experience by all of us because everyday we got valuable advices of restaurants and things to do!

If you are going somewhere, ask George and he knows the fastest and best way with the metro.

I must mention Therese who is a valuable help for the Girards and the guests at Manoir de Beauregard, she is very serviceminded, helpful and very kind she makes all her best to make the guests enjoy their stay!

If you have a question or wish, the family will make their best to help you.

Next time in Paris, we will return to this place for sure.
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Date of stay: August 2011
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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lap5 wrote a review Jun 2011
Atlanta9 contributions20 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I recently spent 8 nights at the Manoir de Beauregard accompanied by my 8 year old daughter. We were absolutely enchanted by the warm welcome of our hosts and their attentiveness to us. My daughter would pull me out of bed early every morning in her eagerness to see what new home-baked goods awaited us for breakfast and to have a generous helping of the remarkable hot chocolate (made with grated Valrhona chocolate- no powdered mixes at this establishment!). I was very happy that we chose the suite of 2 rooms at the top of the house as, in addition to being beautiful, they were quite large with a small refrigerator in the anteroom which was kept stocked with water and juices. Mary-Rose and her husband, Georges, were always available in the mornings to offer advice on local restaurants, transportation, and any other small services we might need. Guests are given the keys to the house so that they can come and go at will without disturbing--or being disturbed by-- their hosts. There is also free wireless internet access.
As has been noted in other reviews this bed and breakfast is located in the 19th arrondissement and away from the usual tourist circuit which I found to be a plus. It is also only a few blocks away from the lovely Parc des Buttes Chaumont which offers a nice respite from a day of hard tourism. If you visit the park I would suggest buying a simple take-out lunch from the bakery across the street from the entrance on Rue Botsaris and enjoying it on the grassy slopes overlooking the lake. For those days when we wanted to go into the city center it was a simple matter to walk to one of the 2 nearby metro stations and hop on a train.
I travel a lot for both work and pleasure and I can honestly say that the Manoir de Beauregard ranks right up at the top of my personal list of enjoyable places to stay and the next time we are back in Paris we will certainly seek to stay there again.
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Date of stay: June 2011
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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scuba14u wrote a review May 2012
Stuart, Florida174 contributions109 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
The breakfast service was a nice upgraded continental breakfast with cake, croissants and bread. Served with fresh, jams and fresh Orange juice. It was not a hot breakfast. But it was done on nice china with friendly hosts who really try hard to please.
This was once an amazing home and decorated to a very high standard. But we were disappinted with our room. The wall fabrics were stained and dirty. The armoire top could be seen from the elevated bathroom and was covered with years of debris and dust. The bathroom as specified was small. So small that you had to turn sideways to bend to wash your face. As you sat on the toilet you could see the mold in the grout lines just a foot away. The shower had no curtain, so the bathroom flooded during each shower.
The location is away from attractions in Paris and requires a few block walk to the metro. Do not use the closest metro station since it does not have a lift and is very deep. It seemed like it was over a hundred steps. This was hard to do with luggage.
Not many choices for dinner in the area within walking distance.
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Date of stay: March 2012
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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gl0ver wrote a review Feb 2012
Denver, Colorado33 contributions39 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Very funny I saw what Maria mentioned about this B & B. We could not stay at this B & B either, but we're leaving the booking experience with them. My husband and I wanted to stay at this B & B looking at tripadvisor reviews. We emailed our inquiry asking about 4 nights in November, to which they replied and said there was a room available. They asked us if we wanted a "suite" or a room, which is just a part of this suite, to which we replied we wanted a room. We were ready to book with a credit card info and asked how to make a deposit, to which they said there was no room available. It was right on the next day, and thinking about the fact that November is a down time for Paris tourism, we felt their sudden rejection was absurd. It made us wonder if they decided to decline us, since we did not want a suite, but a part of it. Anyway, we stayed at a different B & B, which was superb, and we were very happy. In the future, we are not interested in staying here even if next time they have available rooms.
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Date of stay: November 2011Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from manoirdebeauregard, Propriétaire at Manoir de Beauregard
Responded Feb 21, 2012
I am distresssed to get an incorrect statement concerning Le Manoir de Beauregard Paris. I do not pick and choose our guests. On the contrary, I offer the same warml welcome to all. Nor do I push them to take a suite rather a room. The great majority of my recommendations are from guests who stayed in rooms. If I was to choose only those guests who wanted suites, we would be idle all year! Sublect to availability, all we require is a valid and functioning credit card number which could not be provided in this case. We are sorry for the understanding and for the disappointment. Mary-Rose
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Linda258 wrote a review Jan 2012
Seattle, Washington6 contributions8 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
After reading the many spectacular reviews of Mary-Rose's and George's B&B, we decided to change our itinerary and carve out our last two days in order to stay at Manoir de Beauregard. Needless to say, we were not disappointed. Within 10 minutes of entering the Manoir, we felt that we had just met, and connected with, newly found French relatives! Mary-Rose and George sat with us in their beautiful and gracious dining room and shared wine, hot chocolate (Valrhona!) and homemade delectables as they answered questions and inquired about what we would like for petit dejeuner the following morning! Our accommodations were spacious, comfortable, spotlessly clean, and very quiet. Our breakfast was sumptuous and delicious complete with freshly squeezed OJ, omelets, hot croissants, homemade cakes, cheeses, baguette, yogurt, and piping hot coffee! We were sad to say goodbye on our second morning, but Mary-Rose surprised us with a lovely bag of sandwiches, cakes, cheese and bread, yogurt, and more chocolate croissants to fatten us up on our journey back to Seattle.
The Manoir is a 5 minute walk from the Metro and is a 15 minute trip to any of the key stops in the heart of Paris. Our decision to stay at the Manoir at the end of trip worked out well. Only a 20 minute taxi ride to Charles DeGaulle helped make our last morning in Paris totally hassle free. The Manoir de Beauregard is a must!
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Date of stay: January 2012
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Lorraine D wrote a review Nov 2011
Ottawa, Canada63 contributions27 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We enjoyed four lovely nights at Manoir de Beauregard and Mary-Rose and George are excellent hosts. The location is good in the 19ieme arrondissement and very close to tube station. It was nice to discover another part of Paris we had not visited before and enjoyed the wonderful market at Place des Fetes which is held three days a week.
The Manoir itself is lovely and decorated beautifully. Lovely decor, antiques and setting makes it a real step back in time. Mary-Rose and George are wonderful hosts and you can tell they enjoy it. Mary Rose is extremely welcoming with a most gracious manner. We enjoyed a cup of coffee with them on arrival and delighted in the breakfasts. She makes delicious home made cakes and wonderful jams and compotes. George is happy to give you some history of France and will guide you to spots on the metro. Once they know you have what you need, they let you on your own to go on with your enjoyment of wonderful Paris and its surroundings. Our room was lovely and its very quiet making sleep a pleasure. The beds are extremely comfortable and there are wonderful electronic blinds that keep your room nice and dark for sleeping if you wish.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would not hesitate to stay with them again.
Merci Mary-Rose et George. A la prochaine.

:)
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Date of stay: November 2011
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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MattDodds wrote a review Jul 2011
9 contributions19 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We found le Manoir de Beauregard through TripAdvisor, and all the previous reviews are completely accurate. From arrival to departure, our stay has been wonderfully memorable, and as seasoned city-break fans, this is the best place we've ever stayed.
Le Manoir is very easy to find, located literally 5 minutes from the Place des Fetes metro station, which is around 10 minutes from the centre of Paris. On arrival, M. and Madam Girard were the perfect hosts, offering a glass of wine and some snacks, and taking the time to chat amiably about the building itself, and your forthcoming stay. Being offered 'the keys to our house' says it all - unlike a thousand faceless hotels with robotic service, you really feel like you're being welcomed into their beautiful home. However, this welcome is not at all intrusive, and our bedroom was privacy itself, with the most comfortable bed we've ever slept in! Breakfast every day was a lovely experience, with Madam Girard offering a host of tasty dishes, including her famous hot chocolate! On the day we left, we were invited to keep our bags in our room until we left (which wasn't until 1700), to allow us to wash and prepare for our journey home - again something you'd never get in a hotel.

We can't recommend Le Manoir strongly enough! It is so much more than 'just a place to sleep', and if you're after experiencing a weekend in Paris to it's fullest, then this is a must-stay place! Fabulous, and we can't wait to return!
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Date of stay: July 2011
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Our room was very spacious, beautifully furnished and cleaned daily. Tea and coffee is available...
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EastTxbiker wrote a review Jul 2011
East Texas4 contributions8 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
If you want a wonderful place to stay that will make your trip memorable and personable, then this is the place. You will get the personal treatment of days long past that you only dream about elsewhere, people that truly care about how you are enjoying Paris and will do anything they can to make your stay as special as possible.
Mary-Rose and George are charming hosts, and will greet you upon arrival with a drink and a snack. Each morning they'll ensure you are fed until your seams bust, and the food will be fresh and homemade and top notch - breakfast is a feast and will keep you going until dinner. George doesn't speak much english, but he is such a delight and will help with travel itineraries daily - I am quite on top of things, but George gave me faster metro routes, ideas to enhance our plans for the day, etc - essentially a personal travel source at your disposal each morning.
Mary-Rose made dinner reservations for us a few times, and both places were great. True french dining experiences that lived up to her reccomendation.
The B&B is lovely, spotless and full of antiques and gorgeous furniture - yet you don't feel stuffy, it is livable and warm. It was such a nice feeling to wake up each morning to the pleasure of a lovely breakfast and the companionship of the lovely hosts.
We were four females from our family traveling together, we all stayed in the Bleu de Chine using all the beds and found it spacious enough to spread out and be very comfortable. The toilet stall was private, and with two sinks and one shower we had plenty of room. We slept soundly, the bistro at the corner was lively but not loud at all, and certainly not enough to mar any sleeping... we actually ate there once and enjoyed the locals and had a great time.
I believe the location is perfect for a Paris visit, two metro stations literally within a 5 minute walk - you are away from the extreme hustle and bustle of Paris central but with a 5 minute walk and a 5 minute metro trip you are back in it as much as you like. Why not stay in a lovely, personable place and experience the real Paris with local restaurants and stores instead of the tourist traps around major hotels? We'll be back, we are already dreaming...
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Date of stay: June 2011
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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power_em asked a question Jul 2018
Coles Bay, Australia257 contributions88 helpful votes
Can anyone give me the website to check availability? I can not find it. Many Thanks!
jdhuelsman asked a question Nov 2017
Marlborough, Connecticut
how many guest rooms are there
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Kingston, Washington1 contribution1 helpful vote
My husband and I stayed in the Manoir's suite with kitchenette. Very nice. Their web site show cases the rooms they let.
kathrynreveille wrote a tip Oct 2017
Kingston, Washington1 contribution1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"If you care to cook in, the kitchenette suite is perfect."
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DewulfJeroen wrote a tip Jul 2017
Bruges, Belgium1 contribution1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Let the hosts decide, describe your needs and they will do their best to fill those in as good as possible."
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laburnumandlilac wrote a tip May 2017
Mumbai, India2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All rooms are distinct and good."
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DHK wrote a tip Sep 2016
Orange Beach, Alabama21 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All aspects of this property will leave you breathless!"
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HeleneHMG wrote a tip Jul 2016
Aachen, Germany21 contributions15 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Rooms are on the first and second floor, no lift."
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Frequently Asked Questions about Manoir de Beauregard
Which popular attractions are close to Manoir de Beauregard?
Nearby attractions include Quartier de la Mouzaia (0.2 km), Parc de la Butte-du-Chapeau-Rouge (0.3 km), and Église Saint Francois d'Assise (0.4 km).
Is parking available at Manoir de Beauregard?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Manoir de Beauregard?
Conveniently located restaurants include L'Heure Bleue, Chez Kim, and Casa Giorgio.
Are there any historical sites close to Manoir de Beauregard?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris (4.6 km), Arc de Triomphe (7.4 km), and Sainte-Chapelle (4.7 km).
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