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Pouyfaucon Dominique
330 chemin des Argelas
Lançon Provence


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Welcome to the cozy and inviting accommodation of Dominique and Jean-Pierre. Whether you are looking for a night's stay, a vacation cottage, or a guesthouse, you can rest assured that our establishment has been approved with 3 stars and 2 clévacances. Nestled in the serene countryside, our property offers a tranquil atmosphere and breathtaking panoramic views. The furnished accommodation boasts a comfortable and high-quality Provencal style, ensuring a pleasant and enjoyable stay. Additionally, we provide ample resources and information for various tourist activities. For a delightful culinary experience, we also offer the option of a table d'hôte.


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To get to the village of Lançon from Inetmarché (P & lissanne road), you should head towards k'abbé Dureau street and then follow the path of Argelas.



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