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Claudine Antoine
5 Route des Granges
Le Ménil


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There are two bedrooms available, each furnished with one double bed. Additionally, there is an option to add an extra bed for a child in one of the rooms. The bedrooms are equipped with two bedside tables. The living room consists of a table, chairs, a TNT TV, internet access, a comfortable sofa, and a separate toilet. For relaxation, there is a bathroom with a double-sized bathtub available for 50 euros per night. Each morning, a delicious breakfast is served at a rate of 27 euros per person. All taxes are included in the price. The accommodation provides parking facilities, a terrace, and garden furniture. Furthermore, there is a garage available to store bikes and skis.

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Once you have reached the Menil Centre, proceed towards the hotel. Take the road just before the cemetery and travel approximately 2 kilometers until you reach Parcour Health. From there, continue on the same road until you reach the house. Please note that the road ends at the house (the chemin stops).



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extra bed
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2 50 100 350 30


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