Village de Poul-Fetan, Quistinic

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Step back in time at Village de Poul-Fetan to experience life as a 19th century Breton farmer. Dressed in traditional costumes, the village craftspeople let you help with their daily chores from spinning wool, milking cows, and repairing farm buildings, to tending fields of wheat, millet, and hemp. Feed protected animal species, play games, try bread made in a wooden hearth, and visit the Tavarn Poul-Fetan for dishes made using local produce in a friendly atmosphere to round out your experience. Put Village de Poul-Fetan into our Quistinic travel itinerary planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Quistinic.
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  • A beautiful back in time we have past a beautiful afternoon has discover all this small village which is nicely by its nice women of the time (at least almost she are so well in their role as we s believes has another time)
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  • Great but disappointed by this place reminds a historical Museum without high life, a living village animations of the back has the old days more are unconvincing more very difficult to access in a wheelchair. The games of the past are interesting if it is accompanied by children.
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  • Very nice surprise during one of our wanderings, we stopped to visit this small village where was "the party of the cider". Despite the rain, we had a great time and we were able to discover the various animations everywhere in the village (press apples for the preparation of cider, horse shoeing, story told...). Many games old bretons are present and there is plenty to do.
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  • Village is really nice, a bit small but it is nice for afternoon visit with kids. Lunch was total disaster. It cost 20 euros and it was the worst deal in history of deals maybe ever. Soup was plain and it missed taste. Second meal was sausage with potatoes (witch werent mashed at all), absolutely without salt. Dessert put a crown on this misserable lunch (it was bad too). I can't understand how in France, country of best food, you can bump into so bad chef who miss any idea about cooking at all. I understand it should be historical food, but that was total disaster. Conclusion: Visit that village, but avoid the restaurant.
  • Wonderful experience with a nice village reconstitution, great activities and very welcoming staff.
  • Nice for the kids
  • Excellent! Great place. A remarkable staff by his kindness and his talent for comedy. More than pleasant village with children: practical, well thought out and pretty. Dance workshops, pancake, tales... A door on the spot and what to eat the old.
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  • Interesting site to learn a little of the local history of Britain. Although I do not recommend to go before the 13 activities live begins at 14 is open from 11 o'clock in the morning continues until the 18th. The area is also perfect for hiking and nature lovers.
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