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Rene Nicolas
140 Ancien Chemin de Berre


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04 88 05 28 98



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We offer a luxurious accommodation with 5 bedrooms, featuring Italian showers and private toilets. Each room is uniquely decorated, providing a distinct ambiance. The entrance is separate, ensuring privacy, and we also provide private parking within a fully fenced property. Enjoy complimentary wifi access as well as various ball games and table tennis. Additionally, our facility includes a refreshing swimming pool. For larger groups, we have a master suite that accommodates 4 people across two separate bedrooms. As an optional extra, we provide the opportunity to indulge in a Jacuzzi experience. Guests staying for 3 or more nights can enjoy a complimentary 45-minute session of privatized Jacuzzi usage.


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