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Francoise Carmouze
40 Rue Du Lac Bleu


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Located in a tranquil and serene setting, this charming accommodation offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the majestic Pyrenees range. Situated in a picturesque village, it provides the perfect opportunity for leisurely strolls amidst its captivating surroundings. The bedroom boasts a generously sized 160 bed and an expansive bathroom, ensuring utmost comfort and relaxation. As an added convenience, a delectable breakfast will be served in a cozy adjoining room, allowing for a peaceful and undisturbed start to your day.


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min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 65 65




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