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Mas al Chibille
Portable: +33
Téléphone: +33

Martin Redshaw; Martine Brocard

English, French

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One of the main en-suite double bedrooms that opens directly to the garden and the pool.  Rooms have TV, aircon, tea/coffee facilities and loads of cupboard space.There are 2 bedrooms 'reserved' for our younger guests.  This one is set up for young children or babies.  Cuddly toys are always available!
Fun in the pool for all the familyA copious breakfast awaits you, every morning on the 'back terrace' that overlooks the garden and the pool - and towards the Med
The hot tub takes 8 persons with ease.  Great to jump in - even if the pool is already at 30°CDo-it-yourself BBQ area for guests - all you need is provided, including the charcoal - and a microwave for the non-experts!
Breakfast can be taken overlooking the pool and back garden - or here at the front, where you can view the sacred Canigou 'massif' whilst enjoying the great food.You've seen the description - well, here's the real thing!  Delicious, I can guarantee you!
The weather in the South of France is normally dry and sunny.  But should it rain, guests have free access to the house - living room, part of which is shown here, plus the mezzanine that has our library and other parts as needed to enjoy your stay - even if it rains!