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Francis Jacqueline Meunier
18 Bie Rue des Lilas


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FRANCIS and JACQUELINE cordially invite you to their charming abode. This century-old house has been beautifully restored and offers two adjacent bedrooms on the upper level. Complete with toilet facilities and a shower, our cozy retreat comfortably accommodates a family of four or two couples seeking a friendly getaway. A delightful sitting room adorned with an extensive collection of books awaits your arrival, along with the option to enjoy television entertainment.


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extra bed
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2 65 65 25 oui




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