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Jean-Marc Dupuis
42 Avenue Delattre de Tassigny


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Price per week:

price from €300





Description for Gite

This charming gite offers a comfortable stay with its 2 bedrooms, each equipped with a 140-sized bed and an iPhone/iPod station. Upon request, a cot and high chair are available for families with young children. The living room features a cozy sofa and a 107cm TV with TNT SAT channels. The kitchen is well-equipped, and there is a bathroom with a shower and a separate toilet.

Outside, guests can enjoy a stone barbecue and relax by the heated swimming pool, complete with sun loungers and wooden garden furniture. The pool is equipped with an electric blanket for added safety, following standard regulations. Please note that the pool is available from May to October, subject to weather conditions in May and October.

Unfortunately, dogs are not allowed on the premises.

The pricing and availability for this gite are as follows:
- Low season: €300
- Season: €750
- High season: €1200
- Peak season: €1400

To make a booking, please contact us via phone or email. A contract will be sent to you, and a deposit of 25% of the rental price is required to secure your reservation. Once confirmed, you will receive a confirmation email.

For more pictures, please visit our personal website. Address can be provided upon request via email or phone call.

The gite is conveniently located, with the following distances to nearby attractions:
- Island of Oleron: 5 minutes
- Bramble baths:
- Rochefort: 10 minutes
- La Rochelle: 45 minutes
- The Palmyra:
- Royan: 30 minutes
- Ile de Ré: 1 hour.


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Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 390 1350
Holiday Home 1 75 200 300 1400


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