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Muriel Cudeville-Massoud
Bel Aspect
Salles Sur L'Hers


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price from €79




Description for B&B:

The initial bedroom features a spacious double bed, while the second bedroom accommodates both children and couples with its two 90 cm beds that can be converted into one double bed. Both guest rooms at Château Bel Aspect are also furnished with walk-in showers.


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min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 79 95


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