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Laas En Bearn


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Located in the center of the department, you will find a cozy room with a 6m2 bathroom and WC. The room is equipped with a TV, kettle, and a private terrace with a charming garden and parking space. Enjoy a delightful breakfast on the owners' terrace, overlooking a picturesque pond inhabited by stunning koi fish and complemented by a soothing waterfall. During winter, you can savor your breakfast next to the warm central fireplace in the dining area. Pets are more than welcome, and holiday vouchers are accepted.


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When traveling on the D936 from Peyrehorade to Oloron Ste Marie, you will eventually reach a village where the room you are looking for is clearly marked with signs.



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