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Celine Gogand
40 Rue Lesson


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This charming gite offers a 65 m2 house with a serene private courtyard of 30 m2, nestled in a tranquil location (the owners' house is situated opposite). The courtyard features garden furniture, a barbecue, deckchairs, and an umbrella for your relaxation and enjoyment. Inside, every detail has been carefully considered to provide you with the utmost comfort. The spacious living room spans 25 m2, comprising a cozy seating area, a convertible sofa, and a dining area integrated with a fully-equipped kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with modern amenities such as a dishwasher, kettle, coffee machine, and various kitchen appliances. Entertainment options include a flat-screen TV, DVD player, and wifi access. For your convenience, a washing machine is also available. The bedroom covers an area of 25 m2 and features a comfortable 160x200cm bed. Additionally, a sitting area with library chairs, a wardrobe, and a desk are provided to enhance your comfort. The shower room includes a shower, towel dryer, and a hair dryer. Bed linen and towels are thoughtfully provided to ensure a hassle-free stay.


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Holiday Home 1 250 400


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