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Sandrine Bastien
2 Hameau Rulinen
Saint Clet


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The 100 m2 house is equipped with a modern kitchen, complete with a stove, dishwasher, microwave, coffee maker, kettle, and toaster. The dining room and living room feature a TV, radio, sofa bed, and comfortable armchairs. Upstairs, there is a master bedroom with a double bed and a baby crib, as well as a second bedroom with one double bed and one single bed. The bathroom includes a washing machine. Additionally, there is a bonus room with a large window, perfect for relaxation, furnished with a sofa, a library, and an exercise bike.


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To reach Plouec du Trieux valley from the small village of Saint Clet on the Pontrieux road, turn left. As you exit the village, continue towards Beauregard. At the Beauregard crossroads, make a right turn, following the direction towards Rulinen. Our current location is N 2.



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