Fully equipped apartment for maximum comfort
With a sleeping capacity of 4 people, 1 King Size Luxe bed (+30 cm thick), plus a sofa bed, equipped with real mattresses (simons brand)! . Access to your apartment is independent
Apartment of 37 m2 fully equipped with for maximum comfort
The boatmen's apartment "the dream catcher"
With a sleeping capacity of 4 people, 1 King Size Luxury bed (+30 cm thick), plus a sofa bed, equipped with a real mattress (Simons brand)! Access to your apartment is independent.
(*) Apartment not suitable for people with reduced mobility.

Electric car charging station - 7KW

Service & Equipment

Free Wifi
Wifi Haut Débit (Fibre Optique)
Air conditioner
High-end air conditioning without noise
Equipped Kitchen
Oven, Coffee maker, Toaster, Dishwasher, Microwaves, Robots, Kettle ..
Shower gel 100% organic vegetable
Independent apartment
Free to return to your apartment at any time
Sheets and linen included
King Size Bed 30 cm Thickness
Wines & Champagnes
Wines & champagnes fridge with 8 bottles at temperature!
Cleaning / Housekeeping
Totally Free
Charcoal barbecue available under shelter!
Free parking
Reserved place on the banks of Marne
American Fridge
Fresh water and icicle available 24h / 24h
600m2 landscaped garden with pond and koi carp and garden furniture.


What to do in Bry sur Marne?


Guinguette at Gégène!

The Foundation took place during the nineteenth century. The story of Chez Gégène begins well before the war of 14-18. It looks a bit like a big saga, punctuated by various events, sometimes tragic, often happy and smiling. At Gégène did not always carry this now famous name. Before the war of 14, it is a barge, drawn on the bank which occupies the current location of the tavern. A certain "Rossignol" settles there and opens one of the many establishments which then mark the banks of the Marne. For the sake of originality that honors him, and, probably to avoid confusion, he will call his Guinguette "The barge". Curious character of the rest that this "Rossignol" ...


Nice typical guinguette on the banks of the Marne with dance floor, accordion, pergola and checkered tablecloths.

Bike ride

Walk on the banks of Marne

Hop on a bike (available on site) and set off to discover the Bords de Marne. A walk in the Paris region on the banks of the Marne to discover the last guinguettes.

Bike ride

An easy walk and quite short (3h) on the banks of the Marne. No need to drive to the start you can directly from the station RER A Joinville-le-Pont there are signs in the station that indicate the exit to follow. On arrival you just have to reach the RER E station of Nogent Le Perreux to return to Paris. The theme of the ride is that of the guinguettes but in fact we will not find on the way, there are more, there are only restaurants with a terrace. On the other side you will see one of the last representatives of the Chez géguettes taverns. The ride is still nice even if you are in the heart of town is still very close to the edges of Marne

Discover nature

Walk on the banks of Marne

The Val-de-Marne offers privileged places near Paris to walk along the water, especially along the Marne or the Seine. 37 of the 47 municipalities of the department are bordered by a watercourse that make it as many opportunities for walks. The many waterways offer the department an exceptional natural heritage conducive to the observation of fauna and flora but also to hiking or biking, outdoor recreation and water activities. Not to mention the famous dance halls!

Discover nature

At the heart of the department, the Marne (24 km) forms the famous Boucles de la Marne, place of recreation at the edge of the water from the nineteenth century. The Marne has a meandering course typical of lowland rivers. It crosses the Val-de-Marne from Bry-sur-Marne and Perreux-sur-Marne (upstream) to Alfortville and Charenton-le-Pont (downstream) where the Marne flows into the Seine at confluence site, overlooked by the Chinagora Hotel. The Marne has 25 islands, 3 of which are classified as a Departmental Nature Reserve. It includes the islands of the Drinking water in its downstream part and the two small islands of the Gords and Pissevinaigre. They can be seen from the Pont de Champigny and then along the banks of the Marne, in the Boucles de Saint-Maur. The islands of Gords and Pissevinaigre are completely natural and are characterized by a dense floristic richness and especially by the presence of rare plants. They are forbidden to the public, but it is possible to discover them by canoe, kayak, electric boat or during a cruise.