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Mr et Mme le bihan jean-michel
le petit paris


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This charming Breton cottage, situated on a spacious 1400m2 green property, offers a delightful retreat near the serene lake and enchanting Guerlédan Quenecan forest. Inside, the penty boasts a tastefully decorated interior featuring a cozy fireplace, a modern bathroom, a comfortable living room equipped with a VCR and DVD player. Sleeping arrangements include a 140-sized bed, a single bed of 90, and a sofa bed of 130 in the living room. For added convenience, the cottage is equipped with a microwave, oven, and washing machine.


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Holiday Home 3 250 300


Animals Allowed


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