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Village de Poul-Fetan

Poul Fetan, 56310 Quistinic, France
+33 2 97 39 51 74
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fantastic day out

Great day out in a restored French Village from the past. We have visited on a quiet day, beautiful... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Horzsi
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Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Experience Breton village life

This restored village and surrounding fields give you an insight into how it was to live there... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Steve H
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Spend a day in a Breton farm from 1850 ! In this well preserved setting a fun and modern visitor experience awaits you. Ideal for young and old alike, come along and experience the day-to-day lives of our ancestors. A fun experience : learn while enjoying yourself, whatever your age ! Try your hand at a treasure hunt and enjoy the play area with 17 Breton games. A living farm : Seeing is one thing, taking part is something altogether different ! Participate in the activities, including discovering the animals, feeding them, and moorland milling. A great time for all : Give your senses a treat ! Taste the butter, the pancakes, and listen to the noises of the washerwomen'slaundry beetles. Feel the textureof the wool.
  • Excellent61%
  • Very good31%
  • Average4%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible1%
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Poul Fetan, 56310 Quistinic, France
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+33 2 97 39 51 74
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Great day out in a restored French Village from the past. We have visited on a quiet day, beautiful sunshine and plenty interesting facts to discover... how to wash clothes in the river... how to make "rice pudding" in an ancient way... tasted and bought...More

Thank Horzsi
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This restored village and surrounding fields give you an insight into how it was to live there hundreds of years ago. There are many cottages and farm buildings to explore. Most contain small exhibitions about some aspect of country life, like how spinning and weaving...More

Thank Steve H
Réjane E, Directeur général at Village de Poul-Fetan, responded to this reviewResponded 5 days ago

Dear Steve, Thanks a million for this amazing opinion! What can we say after this? Indeed, all in the village even the restaurant reminds the XIXth century, and if you liked it, it means that we achieve our goals. Besides, as you said, all the...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a great day out for all the family, I was really surprised to see any negative reviews as me and my family have had two great days out here while on holiday, 2 years running, and intend to go again this year. The...More

Thank Dan S
Réjane E, Directeur général at Village de Poul-Fetan, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Hi Dan, Thanks a million for your marvellous mark and this so good opinion! We are very glad that you spend a such nice day with us! We will relay the message to the baker, the innkeeper and the hosts, they’ll be touched by these...More

Reviewed 16 October 2016 via mobile

even when the place is closed! i got there too early in the morning (was only opening at 11am or so...), yet i still had a good (free) walk in the settings. great historic and very practical explanations, some interesting games to play and an...More

Thank paulandre1984
Réjane E, Directeur général at Village de Poul-Fetan, responded to this reviewResponded 18 October 2016

Hello Paulandre, Thank you very much for this excellent mark for this very positive opinion. Hope to see you again. The direction of Poul Fetan

Reviewed 27 August 2016

A wonderful glimpse of Breton life if you have some understanding of French ( maybe GCSE level). Lots to see and a fantastic restaurant. Have the sausage in cider sauce with Breton style potatoes, eat it with a wooden spoon and you won't be disappointed....More

1  Thank discopetal
Réjane E, Directeur général at Village de Poul-Fetan, responded to this reviewResponded 28 August 2016

Hello discopetal, Thank you very much for this excellent mark and for this very positive opinion! We are pleased that “even with poor French, [you] had a great day”! Indeed, all in the village even the restaurant reminds the XIXth century, and if you liked...More

Reviewed 22 August 2016 via mobile

As a family of 6 it's hard to find something interactive for all. The village was fantastic and had us all captivated throughout. We easily filled 5 hours there without the guided tour or all the informative displays. It's a decent price too. We took...More

Thank Stuart F
Réjane E, Directeur général at Village de Poul-Fetan, responded to this reviewResponded 25 August 2016

Hello Stuart, Thank you very much for your opinion and your great mark! We are pleased that the village captivated all your family! Just for information, if the animations are in French, it is because English appeared in France after the Second World War and...More

Reviewed 1 August 2016

We arrived here in the afternoon, and truth be told, it is a faithful representation of a 100 year old Bretons village. Unfortunately, none of the signs throughout the whole area are in English. Only in French or Bretons. You could get a leaflet, apparently,...More

Thank PaulHamm
Réjane E, Directeur général at Village de Poul-Fetan, responded to this reviewResponded 14 August 2016

Hello Paul, Thank you for your opinion. We are indeed a typical 16th century village that we relive during the 19th century. As you said, all the activities are in French, first of all because we are in France and secondly English appeared in France...More

Reviewed 26 July 2016

This is well sign posted and has good facilities. It is a faithful reproduction of a farming hamlet circa 1850, with many working buildings and several people dressed in period costume who demonstrate how the place worked and make items for sale (the bakery did...More

Thank Ian L
Réjane E, Directeur général at Village de Poul-Fetan, responded to this reviewResponded 31 July 2016

Hello Ian, Thank you very much for your recommendation and for the good mark that you give us. We are delighted that you spent an agreeable day with us! Hope to see you again in Britain Land! The Direction of Poul-Fetan

Reviewed 9 December 2015

We visit reguarly the latest being the christmas fair last saturday, there is an artisan baker there who bakes in a traditional Four a Pain, do take a bag with you as you will want to buy something

Thank michael c
Reviewed 11 October 2015

We arrived at noon and spent the afternoon here midweek in June. We have a 3 year old who loved it and a 43 year old who also loved it. The "animations" or demonstrations were very busy and lots of school groups so we had...More

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