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Stephanie Killick
2 La Tuilerie
La Bazeuge


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price from €248



Description for Gite

- Enjoy a comfortable night's sleep on a spacious king-size bed.
- Stay connected with complimentary wifi access.
- Watch your favorite shows and movies on the television, which offers both English and French channels.
- Indulge in a luxurious experience in the wetroom, complete with a heated floor.
- Don't worry about bringing your own bedding and towels – they are provided for your convenience.
- Prepare meals and snacks in the convenient kitchenette, equipped with a microwave, twin-burner stove, fridge, and toaster.

- Take advantage of the outdoor space and relax on the terrace or in the garden.
- Host a delightful BBQ gathering with loved ones.
- Admire the serene pond, and enjoy the nearby campfire and comfortable benches.
- Unwind in the hammocks, nestled in the peaceful woodland nearby.

- Stay entertained with on-site table tennis and snooker facilities.
- Engage in leisurely fishing, have delightful picnics, and explore the picturesque countryside through scenic walks.

Convenient on-site parking is available for guests' use.


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Our destination, La Tuilerie, is situated between the cities of Limoges, which is approximately a one-hour drive away, and Poitiers, which is about one hour and fifteen minutes away.
To reach us, you need to head five minutes North from the town of Le Dorat (87210) on the D675 road, which leads towards Le Blanc. La Tuilerie is our hamlet's name.



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