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la hayelonnière 520 chemin de la fleurière



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Located in the heart of Perche, this property is conveniently situated just 3 km away from Montgaudry, 4 km from La Perrière, and 5 km from Pervéchés. Additionally, it is only 9 km from Mamers, 17 km from Mortagne au Perche, 18 km from Bellême, and 32 km from Alençon.


Appréciations pour jardin de Pascal61, MONTGAUDRY:

Super week-end
Review by: COUPPA , Mar 21 2024 3:56PM
Endroit superbe, tranquille, un jardin magnifique et rès proche des lieux à visiter. Nous avons été très bien reçus et avons fortement apprécié de communiquer avec Pascal très attachant, drôle et attentionné. Chambre avec bonne literie et bien décorée. Dîner super;raffiné, goûteux et copieux (boissons comprises) et très bon petit déjeuner. On recommande vivement ; convivialité assurée. On y retournera.
Response from property:
un grand merci pour votre appr?ciation ; je serai tr?s heureux de vous revoir;

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Property type Quantity
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min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 85 100 9
(3 pers.)
2 170 200 9




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