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Isabelle Kerfrident
10 rue de ker huella
Le Folgoet


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Upstairs, you will enjoy a charming bed and breakfast inspired by the sea, complete with a private entrance accessible through the garage. Within the room, you will discover a bathroom equipped with a toilet, a convenient dining area furnished with a microwave and refrigerator, and lastly, we provide you with a television and DVD player for your entertainment.


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extra bed
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1 50 280 oui




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