Nosy Komba Villa Komba


Maisons de charme de 6 pièces mitoyennes, de 320 m² de plain pied.

     4 chambres, 3 salles de bain, 3 WC.
     Capacité :
8 à 10 personnes.
     eau sous pression, électricité solaire 24/24h

Jardin intérieur de 80 m², jardin extérieur de 3000 m².

Cuisine ouverte sur salle à manger. Salon, bureau, jardin, magasin.
      Local technique (électricité solaire, nautique...)

Couchage : 4 lits doubles, 3 lits simples, possibilité lit bébé.
     Draps et linge de toilette fournis.

Charming houses of six adjoining rooms of 320 sqm on one level.
      4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 3 toilets.
      Capacity: 8 to 10 people.
      pressurized water, solar electricity 24/24h

Interior garden of 80 m², 3000 m² garden outside.

Open kitchen to dining room. Living room, office, garden store.
       Equipment room (solar electricity, water ...)

Sleeps: 4 double beds, 3 single beds, cot.
      Sheets and towels provided.

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Copyright: Christian Bersano
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Uploaded: 16/06/2012
Updated: 22/04/2014


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