Jackie and John Paul
Noves - B&B - from 85€ €
A nice bed and breakfast in the field and under the pine trees, for a well-deserved rest.
- Private parking
- Swimming pool
- Internet access
Information provided by OT Terre de Provence
M. et Mme Jackie et Jean-Paul BLANC
- 04 90 92 96 38
04 90 92 96 38
Where to stay
Very nice apartment of 100 m2, independent, in the mas of the owners. Ground floor: living room, dining room, kitchen, room 50 m2, exposed stone, provencal ceiling, laundry room with wc. Floor: room with double bed, bathroom, separate wc, terrace, bedroom with 2 beds, shower room and separate wc.…
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Things to do
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