Le Casot


Le Casot

Le Casot (Лагарригю,Франция)

Категория отеля:
Адрес: 29 avenue de Castres, 81090 Лагарригю, Франция
Описание: About 4 km from Castres city centre and Castres-Mazamet Airport, Le Casot is a two-bedrrom house featuring a private outdoor swimming pool, a 6000 m² garden and free Wi-Fi.The house has 2 large bedrooms, a bathroom and a fully equipped kitchen with a dining table, microwave, stove, oven, coffee machine and kitchenware. There is also a terrace with outdoor furniture and barbecue facilities.Castres Train Station is a 10-minute drive from Le Casot and there is free on-site parking.
Еда и питье:
На свежем воздухе: Открытый плавательный бассейн , Сад, Терраса, Терраса для загара
Парковка: Бесплатно! Бесплатная Общественная парковка на месте (предварительный заказ не требуется) .
Услуги: Номера для некурящих, Семейные номера
Спорт и отдых:
Сервис:
Интернет: Бесплатно! Wi-Fi предоставляется на территории всего отеля бесплатно.
Языки общения:
Время заезда/выезда: 13:00 - 20:00 / 08:00 - 12:00
Домашние животные: Размещение домашних животных не допускается.
Банковские карты:
Номерной фонд: Дом для отпуска - вместительность: 2
Координаты: ш. 43.583215930564066 д. 2.274641990661621 на карте
 

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