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Cécile Bobinnec
41 Rue Des Alliés


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Available exclusively for travelers, this accommodation offers a spacious 20 m2 kitchen equipped with a table for 8 guests, refrigerator, oven, gas hob, microwave, dishwasher, sink, washing machine, espresso machine, and all essential utensils. Additionally, there is a 26 m2 coworking space furnished with screens, keyboards, printer, and high-speed wifi, specially designed for teleworking in the picturesque region of Dordogne. Furthermore, guests can enjoy the privilege of accessing a magnificent 200 m2 terrace, boasting a south/southwest orientation.


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Piégut is located at a distance of 4 hours and 30 minutes from Paris, 2 hours from Bordeaux, and 45 minutes from Angoulême.
There are 20 trains available every day between Paris and Angoulême.
In case you require transportation from the station, a pick-up service is available for a fee of 30.
Alternatively, at Angoulême station, there are four car hire companies to choose from.



Property type Quantity
Prices in €
Daily Prices Weekly Prices
min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 227 227 55 95
(3 pers.)
1 67 73 63 71


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