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Debra Worboys
La Bonne Marie,
Thorigne en Charnie


1 reviews

Price per night:

price from €60




Description for B&B:

Experience the luxury of a detached, private house bed and breakfast. Indulge in the comfort of two spacious double bedrooms at your disposal.

Description for Gite

The cozy cottage offers a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere, accommodating up to 5 guests across its 2 bedrooms. The first bedroom is furnished with a double bed, while the second bedroom features a double bed with an additional single bed above. If needed, we are more than happy to provide cots and high chairs for your convenience.

Enjoy the luxury of having the swimming pool exclusively for your use, along with a dedicated garden complete with a patio, barbecue area, summer house, and a children's play area. The entire property is encompassed by a secure fence, providing ample space to relax and unwind. Furthermore, we gladly welcome dogs upon prior arrangement.


Appréciations pour La Bonne Marie, Thorigne en Charnie:

Super séjour : famille avec 3 enfants
Review by: LECHEVALLIER, Mai 7 2016 2:27PM
Vous voulez une petite maison de hobbitt élégante, avec un jardin immense avec des jeux pour les enfants,c'est le gîte qu'il vous faut !
Debra est adorable et aux petits soins avec
vous !

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The house is conveniently located 30 minutes away from both Le Mans and Laval. It is situated 2km from the D357, which is the main road connecting Le Mans and Laval.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 60 95
Holiday Home 2 399 645


Swimming Pool
Disabled Access
Animals Allowed


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