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Anne Fritsch
Rue Hermite



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Welcome to our charming gite! The ground floor features a spacious main room which includes a fully-equipped kitchen. As you make your way to the first floor, you will discover a well-appointed bathroom complete with a washbasin, shower, and toilet facilities. Additionally, there are two cozy rooms waiting to provide you with a peaceful night's rest. To enhance your stay, feel free to indulge in the pleasures of our lovely terrace, where you can relax and make use of the comfortable garden furniture.


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To get to your destination, start by heading towards "Nancy centre," then proceed towards "vieille ville Leopold." Once there, locate the street named "Hermite." For further information, please contact us.



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min. max. min. max.
extra bed
Holiday Home 1 100 135 600 600 25




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