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Francine Larcher
53 rue de l'Orangerie


2 reviews

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price from €230






Description for Gite

This cozy gite features a single bedroom with a comfortable double bed (120cm) and a convenient sofa bed (140cm) in the living room. Additionally, there are two single sofas available for extra seating or sleeping arrangements.


Appréciations pour Gite Rural de L'Orangerie, Chauray:

Review by: tognetti carole, Fev 18 2020 3:27PM
Un séjour au calme, dans un endroit charmant...L'accueil est super, la propriétaire à même prit le temps de nous faire visiter sa ferme, les enfants ont adorés!!! nous reviendrons surement ...
totalement conforme et au calme
Review by: gestin, Juil 26 2015 2:49PM
un gite agréable. pièce principale, cuisine salon, puis salle de bain, toilette et une chambre en rdc. une chambre suppl à l'étage. parfait pour 5 personnes. 3 lits + 1 d'appoint. électro ménager très complet en cuisine. petite tv. accès internet en wifi illimité. pas de frais supplémentaires. enfin : propriétaires très sympathiques .

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'Proceed towards CHAURAY after exiting Niort in the direction of Poitiers.'



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 non
Holiday Home 1 230 280 oui




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