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Experience tranquility in the serene surroundings of this historic farmhouse. With its timeless architecture and charming ambiance, this establishment offers five exquisitely adorned guest rooms, complete with en-suite showers and toilets. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the enclosed garden, featuring lush lawns, a furnished terrace, and a designated play area. Rest easy knowing that covered and convenient parking facilities are available for your peace of mind.


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To get to your destination, follow the A34 road in the direction of Charleveille Mézières. Take the Lavannes Caurel exit and continue following the signs for Les célestines.



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extra bed
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5 322 322 16 oui




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