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Saenen Eric
336 Chemin de Bourrage


1 reviews

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price from €100






Description for B&B:

Each room is furnished with the following amenities: a spacious king-size bed measuring 180 cm, a WC/bathroom with a hairdryer, high-quality bed and bath linen, a fully equipped kitchenette, a secure safe for your belongings, a covered terrace for relaxation, and private parking facilities.


Appréciations pour Bastide Barra, Lorgues:

La bastide
Review by: Lesne, Jan 21 2016 6:52PM
Séjour calme et agréable dans un site paysagé.
A recommander.

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1) If you are coming from Aix-en-Provence or Toulon, take the Cannet des Maures exit and follow the signs for VIDAUBAN (N7). Once you pass the toll, continue towards Vidauban. In the center of Vidauban, follow the signs for LORGUES (D48, then D10).

2) If you are coming from Nice, take the Le Muy exit and stay on the N7 towards VIDAUBAN. Exit at 'Les Arcs' and continue in the direction of LORGUES (you will see Super U on your left). Drive through the village of Taradeau. Upon reaching Lorgues, at the first roundabout, follow the signs for CARCES. At the next roundabout, continue following the signs for CARCES (D562).

After approximately 1500 meters, turn right onto "Chemin de St Peire Occidentale." After 100 meters, you will see the start of "Chemin de Bourrage" on your left. Our location is at number 336. Take the right gate to access the parking area for the rooms.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
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1 100 100 630 630 10 oui
Apartment 2 100 140 700 875 15 oui


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