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Description for B&B:

Jouandassou presents four uniquely designed guest bedrooms, each exuding its own distinctive style and charm. Complete with en-suite facilities, our accommodations ensure utmost comfort and privacy. Additionally, our esteemed guests can indulge in the luxury of a separate dining room and a library-lounge, equipped with a TV and high-speed wireless internet connection. Nestled within a sprawling 10-acre park, adorned with beautiful gardens and featuring a refreshing swimming pool, our tranquil haven offers the perfect escape. To further enhance your stay, we provide gourmet meals, crafted to delight your palate.

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The self-catering holiday home at Jouandassou is a separate wing of the house, offering complete independence with its own entrance. The owners reside discreetly in a separate area of the house. The accommodation sleeps 8 guests and includes the following rooms:

- The Red room: featuring a queen size double bed
- The Yellow room: equipped with a double bed
- The Blue room: offering 2 single beds
- The Green room: furnished with a double bed

Each bedroom has its own en suite bathroom, complete with a shower and WC. The holiday home also features a fully equipped kitchen, including a fridge, washing machine, gas cooker, microwave, toaster, and more.

Guests can enjoy various amenities, such as a lounge, dining room, and a private terrace. Entertainment options include a television, a library stocked with English and French books, and Wi-Fi access. Towels and a hair dryer are provided, and bed linen is included with the beds already made upon arrival.

For leisure activities, guests can make use of the ping-pong table, boules de pétanque, and other games available. It is important to note that smoking is not permitted in the bedrooms.


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extra bed
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4 70 90 oui


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