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christophe mathis
1 canton du verbamont


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Description for B&B:

- The cabin features a cozy bedroom with a capacity for two people and a mezzanine area with two beds for one person each.
- There is a conveniently located dry toilet in close proximity to your cabin.
- A kitchen area is available nearby, along with a dining area within the cabin that can comfortably accommodate four people.
- Bed linen is provided for your convenience, but please remember to bring your own towels and flashlight.


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Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
Notes: breakfast included
(3 pers.)
2 68 88 10


Animals Allowed


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