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Village de Kerhinet

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Lovely village rebuilt in the original style. Beatifully maintained cottages, sheep grazing, very... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Ulrike W
Hamburg, Germany
A relaxing informative way to spend a few hours

Thatched roofs, artisan shops, set in a quaint easily accessible village a bit out of the way but... read more

Reviewed October 12, 2017
Edward H
Fort Myers, Florida
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1 week ago
“Must visit”
12 Oct 2017
“A relaxing informative way to spend a few hours”
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| Kerhinet, 44410 Saint-Lyphard, France
+33 2 40 66 85 01
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely village rebuilt in the original style. Beatifully maintained cottages, sheep grazing, very idyllic. Good start for hiking tours. Don't miss the "auberge" for a drink or some tasty food.

Thank Ulrike W
Reviewed October 12, 2017

Thatched roofs, artisan shops, set in a quaint easily accessible village a bit out of the way but with easy parking once you find it. Nice nature walk around a pond after visiting all the buildings, do visit if in the area.

Thank Edward H
Reviewed September 17, 2017

Nice lace to spend an afternoon and walk around, have a crepe or just to picnic. There ar boat tours of th marshes and you can view the lovely catch roofed homes. There is also a really nice range of traditional shops for buying gifts...More

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Reviewed August 17, 2017

A historic village rebuilt or renovated small village in a beautiful setting. A lovely car less village with thatched rooves and some really nice twee shops. Off the beaten track but worth diverting to.

Thank Howard-Liverpool
Reviewed July 26, 2017 via mobile

Although this village is historic and authentic, it is so beautiful and well kept that it almost looks fake as you would see in an amusement park. The flowers and roofs are so beautiful. You can learn more about how the roofs are made on...More

Thank Olivia A
Reviewed July 23, 2017

Quaint and interesting. Could have done with more of the history of the place in English. The artisan craft for sale was very expensive. Visit if you are close by but not worth going too far out of your way. We are told that there...More

Thank DAJH595
Reviewed April 13, 2017

I have been to this village a few times now. Difficult to find but worth it when you get there. Typical village of the area with thatched roofs and animals wandering about. Worth the trip.

Thank Laurent091
Reviewed June 17, 2016

We stumbled across this attraction en route for the parc Briere and were so glad we visited these beautifully preserved houses with wonderfully thatched roofs. There are placards with an English translation which are very clear. Do visit.

Thank paulandmeg
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