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Virginie Fioretti


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Our utmost dedication will ensure that your time spent with us is truly serene and rejuvenating.

Indulge in a tranquil retreat nestled amidst the picturesque landscapes of Montcuq Lauzerte, on the border of Lot and Tarn et Garonne.

Discover our three guest rooms, thoughtfully designed to promote wellness, complemented by a range of rejuvenating activities including a Spa Jacuzzi, invigorating multi-jet shower, refreshing pool, and rejuvenating body treatments.


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extra bed
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3 74 84 18


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