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Daria Roche
4, Rue Pont Put


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Description for B&B:

In every room, you will find a comfortable double bed, a set of drawers for your belongings, and a spacious wardrobe. Additionally, each room is equipped with its own convenient sink.


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Notes: We can put a single bed in the room for the extra fee.


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