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Nathalie Perrot
4, Rue du Poncelot
Nogent Sur Seine


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We have a charming accommodation that spans across a ground floor and a 1st floor. It features a communal kitchen, an interior garden, and a summer lounge. We offer 5 rooms for rent, all named after characters from Paul Claudel's novel "l'Endormie." Paul Claudel, a renowned academician, was the younger brother of Camille Claudel.

Our rooms are equipped with modern amenities, including private bathrooms and flat-screen TVs. Some rooms even have a small kitchen for added convenience. We take pride in providing a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere for our guests. Start your day with a delicious homemade breakfast featuring local products. We look forward to hosting you and ensuring a memorable stay.


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The latitude is 48.4911532 and the longitude is 3.5029755000000477.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
4 75 130 25


Animals Allowed


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