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Dominique Fabry
Chemin Du Fort Du Cap-brun


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price from €130





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Fleur de Safran: This room offers a stunning south-facing view of the sea. It features a comfortable bed measuring 160x190, with a unique bedhead in the shape of a saffron flower. Two bedside tables, a charming old chest of drawers, and two vintage chairs complete the furnishings. The walls are adorned with numerous paintings, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere dominated by saffron yellow.

Un tour en mer: Enjoy the breathtaking south-facing sea view from this room. It boasts a spacious and incredibly comfortable double bed measuring 180x190, with two bedheads elegantly decorated with a trompe l'oeil rope design. Two skated bedside tables in blue tones, a vintage wooden desk, and a chest of drawers adorned with olive tree branches, matching the bed bench, add to the room's charm. The closet doors are also skated in the same blue tones. The walls are adorned with a variety of paintings depicting the sea, immersing you in a coastal ambiance.


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min. max. min. max.
extra bed
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2 130 160




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