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Perrin Luc et Josette
216 Route de la Génitraie



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Welcome to our charming cottage spanning 83 m2, featuring three cozy bedrooms. The kitchen seamlessly connects to the inviting living room, equipped with a TV, microwave, washing machine, oven, hob, refrigerator, and freezer. For those chilly evenings, you can gather around the stove fireplace with a comfy corner sofa, perfect for relaxation. We provide an assortment of board games and a selection of books for your entertainment.

The cottage boasts a bathroom and two toilets, ensuring convenience on each level. Additionally, there is a shed and an entryway to accommodate your belongings. The ground floor bedroom offers a baby bed along with a dresser and changing table highchair, catering to the needs of our little guests.

We look forward to hosting you in our well-appointed cottage, providing comfort and a memorable stay.


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Property type Quantity
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Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 255
Holiday Home 7 310 500


Animals Allowed


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