A room of 16m2 equipped with twin beds of 90 cm, a bathroom and toilet
One room for two persons, twin beds 90 cm or double 180 cm
We offer on the first floor of the house a beautiful and large room composed of two twin beds, which can be separated according to your needs into two beds of 90 cm wide each or in a single bed of 180 cm.
The mattresses are comfortable, the decoration composed of furniture and objects of the past that we love.
You have a beautiful bathroom and private toilet, a storage cabinet.
There is the possibility for you to come with your umbrella bed.
DANA: Dana (also called Danu) is the mother goddess of Irish mythology. Goddess of fullness, she is in charge of the harvest and the cattle, She who nourishes the gods well becomes fertility and prosperity.
The Tuatha de Danann ("tribes of the goddess Dana") were his divine children and ruled over Ireland. She became Saint Anne, patron saint of the Bretons (mammcoz, mother-old), the benevolent (Buan-ann, good mother), mother of three original Danean gods: Brian, Lucharba and Luchar, representing the three primitive seasons of the annual cycle, herself representing the year.