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Jean-luc Meyer
4 Rue Des 3 Châteaux


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The Room Pinot Blanc features two comfortable single beds measuring 90x200cm, each accompanied by a cozy single duvet. Additionally, it offers the convenience of an en-suite bathroom and toilet.

Description for Gite

Our charming cottage, "Au Pied des Vignes," offers flexible accommodation options for groups of 2 to 15 people, ensuring everyone's privacy. The ground floor features the spacious "Les Coteaux" apartment, comfortably accommodating up to 15 guests for dining and 4 guests for sleeping.

Nestled in a tranquil location surrounded by gardens, our cottage provides a peaceful atmosphere. With a private parking area for up to 6 cars, a dedicated pétanque court, and a lovely green space, our guests can relax and enjoy their stay. Additionally, we are conveniently situated just 500 meters away from the stork park, which offers a play area for young children. Moreover, our location is ideal for exploring the renowned wine trail during your visit.


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