Fontvieille - B&B - from 90€ €
Rose's guest rooms are independent and spacious with every comfort. Built in 2012. In quiet surroundings. No smoking. Twin beds. Secure parking area. WIFI. TV. Fridge with complimentary drinks on arrival. Near the tour des Abbots, a laundry and the Fontvieille source. 5 minutes walk from the village centre. Close to hiking trails in the Alpilles.
- Accessible for disabled
- Private parking
Information provided by OT Fontvieille
M. et Mme LEHMANN
1 chemin De la Vieille Font
- 04 90 93 57 54
- 06 32 25 96 13
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