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Aurélie Courtel
12 Rue de La Liberation Août 1944


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Description for B&B:

There are two incredibly unique rooms available at this accommodation. The first room, called "The City," is separate from the main house and can be accessed via an external staircase. It is beautifully decorated with a vintage industrial theme, featuring flea market finds, handmade lamps, and a retro bathroom complete with a bathtub that has "lion feet." The second room, called "La Zen," is a spacious loft-style suite that spans two levels and offers large windows that open up to the garden. Guests can enjoy breakfast in the garden whenever the weather permits.

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Enjoy a delightful stay at our charming accommodation! Indulge in a delicious breakfast that is included in your reservation. Unwind in a comfortable and spacious bed measuring 160X200. Rest peacefully with the finest Linen Normand, ensuring a cozy and relaxing atmosphere. Benefit from the convenience of a private bathroom and WC for your exclusive use. Furthermore, our location offers easy access to a nearby greenway, providing a refreshing and scenic experience.


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Harcourt, a quaint village in the northern region of France, can be found in the Eure department of Normandy. It is situated approximately 3 kilometers away from the N13 highway, which connects Evreux and Lisieux. The village is conveniently located 45 kilometers from Rouen, 55 kilometers from Honfleur, and 120 kilometers from the vibrant city of Paris.



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min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 80 90 OUI


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