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Grete Laurent - Ardyns
1822, Route du Recteur Capelle, Grand Peyssou



2 reviews

Price per night:

price from €75






Description for B&B:

The hardworking landlord, who happens to be a skilled Top Chef, is constantly occupied in his bustling kitchen. Utilizing his own bountiful harvests from the garden and forest, he expertly crafts delectable culinary creations that are bursting with flavor.


Appréciations pour La Source de Peyssou, Saint-Avit-Sénieur:

Week-end du 18 mai 2024
Review by: Cyrielle, Mai 20 2024 9:06AM
Merci pour votre gentillesse, votre accueille des plus chaleureux.
Vos chambres très propre et confortable avec juste se qu'il faut.
Et votre cuisine , juste délicieuse, continuez comme ça et je reviendrai avec plaisir .
La source de Peyssou
Review by: Gerin Wilbert, Aou 12 2011 12:20PM
Le top du top chez Jean-Claude et Grete,super sympas,excellente cuisine,endroit superbe et calme,très bien adapté aux personnes à mobilité réduite,A RECOMMANDER...
Encore merci et à l'année prochaine
Wilbert,Carine et Jéjéke

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extra bed
Notes: formula spec 3 - 7 nights
(3 pers.)
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Animals Allowed


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