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Duhamel Catherine
7 Rue Amiral Roussin


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Welcome to our fully equipped flat, conveniently located in a historic XVIII century mansion in downtown Dijon. This ground-floor ecological studio has undergone a renovation, featuring beautiful floor tiles and lime plaster.

Inside, you'll find a comfortable queen-size bed, along with amenities such as Wifi and a widescreen TV. The en-suite lavatory is equipped with a spacious shower for your convenience. Additionally, the kitchenette includes a dishwasher, washing machine/tumble dryer, oven, and more.

To ensure your comfort, we provide towels and sheets made from organic cotton. The capacity of the flat is suitable for 2 people.

For the year 2012, the rates are as follows: 190 € for a 2-night stay, 570 € per week, and 1850 € per month. Please note that the minimum stay requirement is 2 nights.

If you require accommodations for an extended period, "Amiral Roussin" is available for long-term stays.

We kindly ask that you refrain from bringing pets, as our apartment is not pet-friendly. Additionally, please note that smoking is not permitted in the apartment.

Thank you for considering our flat for your stay in Dijon.


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