Châteaurenard - B&B
Room for 2 people, in charming villa, countryside. Water room, kettle, coffee maker, small refrigerator. Baby bed on demand.Large landscaped garden, swimming pool with pool house. Large enclosed car park that can accommodate large vehicles.
- Private parking
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
M. Thierry GAY
- 06 20 04 20 65
Where to stay
Villa independent, bright renovated 110 m², quiet, near the city center. Ground floor: 2 rooms with bed 160 and private bathroom, kitchen, living, laundry. Floor: 1 room BZ 140 and 2 beds single and SDE. Compulsory cleaning: 45 euros. Pets are allowed conditionally.
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