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Le Mont de St Siméon

Île de France, France


In the Île de France region, St Siméon is a small commune approximately an hour from Paris and situated near to both Coulommiers and Provins. The site of St Siméon is set on a gentle hillside surrounded by green fields and farmland, and provides a charming base from which to explore the outlying scenery and discover the local culture.

Most of the apartments at St Siméon are grouped around a pretty courtyard area, with a few in outlying buildings as well. The majority of the apartments are of a single-storey layout and there is a choice of one, two or three-bedroom properties available, meaning they can accommodate a couple or a family. A lot of the properties have good countryside views. One studio apartment is smaller than the others and is open-plan. Despite its size, this is just as well furnished as the other apartments and provides a great base for a romantic get-away. Each apartment is decorated to a high standard and all of the one-bedroom properties have a modern en-suite, while the two-bedroom properties have one en-suite as well as an additional bathroom or shower room. All of the properties benefit from either a terrace, balcony or patio area, so you can sit out and enjoy the views.


Each of the apartments is fully furnished, and this includes a kitchen kitted out with all that you will need during your stay. The properties all have satellite television and a DVD player. One of the two-bedroom apartments has been adapted for wheelchair access and has an open-plan living area leading out onto a terrace. Both bedrooms in this apartment are twin and have en-suites.


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