Mas Saint Jean
Noves - B&B
4 bedrooms with bathrooms, heated swimming pool, closed and shady garden, patio and pool house.
Two living rooms and one dining room with fireplace.
- Pets allowed
- Garage, Private parking
- Heated swimming pool
- Internet access
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
M. Rudolf VAN HEININGEN
2266 route De Cabannes
- 06 72 59 71 07
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