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Jack Bollet
Ferme de la Boulaye - Mauperthuis
La Chapelle-Gauthier


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Description for B&B:

All of the rooms in this accommodation are designed to resemble houses, providing guests with an independent and private space. Each room includes a spacious lounge-dining area and a fully equipped kitchen. While three of the rooms have their own private bathrooms, the remaining rooms feature one shared bathroom for two or three bedrooms. All rooms are furnished with authentic Mongolian furniture, such as beds, double beds, chests, tables, and stools. The quantity of furniture provided varies depending on the size of the room.

Our yurts are a unique feature of this accommodation, as they all possess identical designs in white and orange shades, but come in different sizes ranging from 15 to 66 square meters. Inside, these yurts are adorned with traditional hand-painted Mongolian motifs on the furniture. Guests can expect to find single or double beds with comfortable mattresses. The necessary bed linen and a cozy felt comforter, reminiscent of the Mongolian culture, are provided for a comfortable stay.


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Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
6 55 65 20 oui
Holiday Home 5 75 oui


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