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Hidden along the route of St-Emilion vineyards and Bergerac is an eden which provides a quiet get away. Housing four different gitês of various sizes, Keirmasi radiates sunshine and peace while you rest your holidays. A private pool in the middle with enough amenities, table tennis, bbq pit, jeux le boule and wifi; guests are free to plan their stay going about nearby chateaus or just laze around in its arne setting in great natural ambiance. If you're planning a stay in France, Gitês such as this is highly recommended to get away from the maddening crowds of campers and typical tourists. 

Copyright: Hasan Ismail
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9116x4558
Taken: 20/07/2013
Uploaded: 20/07/2013
Atualizado: 06/04/2015


Tags: keirmasi; nature; vacation; getaway; outdoors; solitude; peaceful; tranquil; peace; chirping; birds; pool; swimming; privacy; private; shade; dordogne; st-emilion
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