Le mas de César
Châteaurenard - B&B - from 65€ €
Chambre pour 2 personnes, dans villa de charme, campagne. Salle d'eau, bouilloire, cafetière, petit réfrigérateur. Lit de bébé à la demande.
Grand jardin paysagé, piscine avec pool-house. Grand parking fermé pouvant accueillir de gros véhicules.
- Private parking
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
M. Thierry GAY
- 06 20 04 20 65
Where to stay
Studio calme, près des propriétaires. Mezzanine avec lit 140. RDC :coin cuisine, clic-clac 2 personnes. Petite terrasse avec salon de jardin. Barbecue sur demande. Parking dans cour fermée. Arrêt de bus à proximité. Jouets. Linge de maison fourni. Animaux non admis Louable à la nuit.
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