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Chantal le Pendu


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This cozy and well-equipped vacation home offers utmost comfort and convenience. It features a fully furnished kitchen, a spacious living room with a comfortable sofa and a TV, a modern bathroom, and separate toilet facilities. On the first floor, you will find a charming bedroom with a double bed and an additional single bed, as well as another bedroom with a double bed. There is also a second bathroom and toilet on this floor, along with a washing machine for both linen and dishes. Outside, you can enjoy a lovely garden space.


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To reach your destination, follow these revised travel directions:

1. Exit the N165 highway at Bannalec.
2. Proceed in the direction of Saint Thurien.
3. Continue towards Guiscriff.
4. Drive for approximately 4 kilometers.
5. Take a right turn towards Saoutalarin.
6. Head towards the top of the village.



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Holiday Home 5 205 440




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