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You have the option to reserve four rooms, each capable of accommodating up to 10 people, throughout the year. Rest assured in this well-equipped residence, as excellent bed linen is provided. Additionally, breakfast is included in the reservation.


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Brest is located 7 kilometers to the north.



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extra bed
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4 366 366 Oui




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