The garden of Hotel Particulier Montmartre in Paris, a Victorian-era estate-turned-hotel—it once belonged to the Rothschild banking and Hermès fashion families—which has vegetable beds, chicken coops and produces honey on-site for the hotel’s kitchen. Photo courtesy of Origins of Luxury.
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What a gorgeous garden! I could eat lunch there every single day. Simply beautiful.
I must stay there next time I travel to Paris. Thank you for posting this.