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Marylène Charbonniaud
1 rue de la République


2 reviews

Price per night:

price from €78





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Description for B&B:

On the second floor, there is a family suite consisting of three rooms. Two of the rooms have a 140 cm bed and the other room has two 90 cm beds. Each room has its own shower and private toilet.

On the ground floor, on the right side, there is a 22 m² room equipped with two 90 cm beds. This room also has a bathroom and private toilet. There is a lounge area with a sofa bed (140 cm) and a kitchenette.

On the ground floor, on the side porch and garden, there is a 25 m² room with a 160 cm bed. This room also has a bathroom and private toilet.

We have a private parking area with a shelter for motorcycles and bikes. There is a playground for children with a trampoline and basketball hoop. We also have a lawn area for playing ball games. Board games are available upon request. Wi-Fi connection is available.

We offer a table d'hôte service with meals made from fresh regional products and seasonal vegetables from our garden. Homemade bread and jams are also available. Gluten-free bread can be provided upon request.

We are open all year round and provide an ideal stay experience.


Appréciations pour Le Domaine des Tuillières, Masleon:

Review by: Pinel, Juil 3 2014 8:27AM
Amis motards un endroit magique .Pour preuve j'y retourne après y être passé il y a 3 ans .Un endroit magique un accueil chaleureux
Response from property:
Je vous remercie et c'est toujours un plaisir de vous recevoir Marylène du Domaine des Tuillières
N'hésitez pas à vous arrêter chez Marylène
Review by: Lamat, Aou 29 2013 11:28AM
Accueil sympathique et chaleureux, chambre très spacieuse et d'une propreté irréprochable... encore félicitations à la maîtresse de maison. Petit-déjeuner extraordinaire, confiture et gâteau fait maison, un délice !!! Merci encore.

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Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 78 78 460 480 25 Oui
(3 pers.)
2 78 78 460 500 Oui
Apartment 4 120 120 690 720 25 Oui
Holiday Home 2 Oui




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