We were very happy with the accommodation. It's a very charming, cosy, homely place that is clearly some-ones home (rather than a sterile holiday let) so there's lots of personal affects around.
The street was very busy with restaurants and pubs, but the flat itself was completely quiet, so peaceful.
We had trouble locating the front door, number 12 also appears above the green pub next door, so we though the accommodation was above the pub. However next to the pub is an big old brown wooden door which is the correct entrance. You need a security code for this.
The 2nd bedroom was more a sectioned off area in the living room with a loose curtain, as shown accurately in the photos, so this was slightly comprised on privacy for those in that bedroom but it didn't bother us.
The shower was hot with good pressure, it was hand held with no shower curtain so just be careful with getting water on the floor. Seperate toilet to bathroom. No window to outside in both toilet and bathroom.
Kitchen was fine, we only ever had breakfast. No toaster, used the oven instead.
Possibly not suitable for older people, as the 3 flights of stairs were old, uneven wood beamed steps. Also there was quite a step up to the bedroom area in the living room, no worries unless you have bothersome knees like my mum.
No air-con, but we had all the lovely windows wide open and it was fine. Wi-fi fast as easy to connect. TV didn't have any English channels.
We found all the cupboards and storage to be locked off, presumably with the hosts personal things in it, so it would've have been nice to have some cupboard space. We just lived out of the suitcase, which was fine for the 4 nights.
The area of St Germain is just lovely, the immediate area and the area around Rue Buci were our favourites, such a great atmosphere.
Metro and taxi rank were very close by.
A great stay.