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Robichon Françoise
6 Drapras


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This former mill, dating back to the late 18th century, has been open since 2008 and has been beautifully restored. It now offers two reception areas and five guest rooms. Situated in a picturesque location in the valley of the Hyrôme, this elegant building enjoys a privileged setting and is surrounded by abundant natural beauty. Drapras The Mill warmly welcomes guests throughout the year and invites you to explore further during your visit.


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extra bed
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2 79 79


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