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Agnès Dupont Brillatz
11 Quai De Belle-ile


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price from €380





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This cozy gîte offers a well-equipped kitchen, a bathroom with a refreshing shower, and a comfortable living-room featuring a charming wood stove. On the first floor, you will find a spacious double bed measuring 140x190. Additionally, there is a mezzanine area with a mattress specifically provided for a child's comfort.


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