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Chateau de Vareilles, Sommant
France

This beatifully situated chateau on the slope of a hill hosts several rooms for to spend the night, a swimming pool for summer refreshment and great trails though the hills.

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Tags: chateau; vareilles; sommant; morvan; france; hills; swimming pool
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