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Cécile et Philippe Benezet
Route de Pierrefeu


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price from €55




Description for B&B:

The room offers a double bed and two single beds. It provides private accommodations for your comfort. You can enjoy traditional French breakfasts served either in the garden, beneath the beautiful platane trees, or inside the house.


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Notes: child under 12 = 12.00 euros.




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