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Mickael Tanguy


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price from €200




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This house offers a spacious ground floor with a large living room, including a kitchen, living area, bathroom with shower, toilet, and a small laundry room. Upstairs, there are two bedrooms. One bedroom has a double bed, while the other bedroom has two single beds and one double bed (with an additional sofa bed if needed).

The house is equipped with a variety of utensils and dishes, as well as a coffee maker, microwave oven, conventional oven, toaster, electric kettle, food processor, washing machine, and a 70 cm TV. The heating system is aerothermal.

Outside, there is a courtyard, lawn, garden table, chairs, and a sun lounger.

This rental is available throughout the year, with options for monthly, weekly, or weekend stays (reservation is required).

The rates vary based on the time of year. From October to April, the weekly rate is 200. In September, May, and June, the weekly rate is 270. During July and August, the weekly rate is 340. For weekend stays, the rates range from 120 to 180 depending on the period.


Appréciations pour Chaleureux GÎte De Campagne Entre "terre Et Mer", Scrignac:

Excellent séjour
Review by: Lefort Annick, Nov 1 2015 1:12PM
Entre amis dans ce gîte du 24 au 31 octobre 2015. Très joli et bien aménagé. Propriétaire accueillant. Nous le recommandons.

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Holiday Home 6 70 90 200 400


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