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William Soyer
13 Rue De La Baïse



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Description for B&B:

We have a spacious house measuring over 500 m², which includes the following rooms:

- Two rooms for 1 or 2 people, each measuring 15 m² and facing the South side.
- One room on the first floor, accommodating 2 to 4 people, measuring 24 m² and also facing the South side.

On the ground floor, we have:

- A room for 2 to 4 people, measuring 29 m², with a private access to the garden and a view of the swimming pool and garden.
- Another room for 2 to 4 people, measuring 35 m², with a private terrace and access to the garden.

Throughout the day, our guests are welcome to enjoy the living rooms and garden, providing a comfortable and homely atmosphere.


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If coming from Toulouse, take the A64 and exit at #16 Lannemezan. Follow the signs to Lannemezan, then continue towards Galan. Once in Galan, head towards Recurt.

If coming from Tarbes/Pau, take the A64 and exit at #15 Capvern. Follow the signs to Capvern and Galan. Once in Galan, head towards Recurt.



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Notes: Rate for 2 pers. / Breakfast included
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