Nicole or Michel Humbert
A renovated 16th Century thatched village, Kerfec is nestled in the beautiful countryside of the Blavet valley. Within easy reach of medieval towns and the Morbihan coast, Kerfec is ideally situated for, both, lovers of long walks, either, in the woods, along the Blavet river or, on the beach. This French family-owned attractive village, renovated by local artisans has retained most of the original features of the houses, which gives Kerfec a typical Breton feel. The historical village, Poul Fétan, also a thatched village, is just a 5 minute walk from Kerfec. If offers a local tavern, which serves galettes and locally produced cider. Quistinic, the local village, has bars, a crêperie, a bakery and a general store for your immediate needs, whilst Baud or Hennebont, which has all amenities, are only a 10 minute drive. The medieval town of Pontivy and the sandy beaches of the coast are only a short 30 to 40 minute drive, north and south respectively. Kerfec offers 3 gîtes, La Boussole, L'Astrolabe and Bougainville and 2 Chambres d'Hôtes. All 3 have been tastefully decorated and comfortably furnished.
Description of Chambres D'Hotes:Kerfec is a village of thatched houses. The chambres d'hôtes are situated in a separate wing of the house, so there is a nice sense of privacy, although both are set within the main house. There is a terrace, with chairs and table. The sun loungers are available for use on request. The environment is quiet and very picturesque. Kerfec is situated at a 5 minutes walk from the famous village POUL FETAN, which has a creperie and bar there. It is a short drive to the main village, Quistinic, which has many pretty attractions. There is a creperie, a few bars and a small shop and a bakery.
The river, the Blavet is just a few minutes away, by one of the many walking tracks or by car, and is a beautiful and peaceful environment. One can encounter fishermen, bike riders or just people walking along the river.
Cycling, hiking and walking are well catered for and are popular.
You can also rent canoes or kayaks and go on the Blavet for the day. If you want to soak up some sun, Carnac beach is not too far away either. Of course, you can walk the small streets of the surrounding villages and taste local specialities from the markets.