Kerbeleg - Elements de decoration

House rules and other clues about your stay with us

Life in Kerbeleg

Feel at home, far from home, with your warm and welcoming hosts. The setting will enchant you for a successful stay.

Zazou’s cheesecake with lemon zest and red fruit coulis

When Elisa arrives from Brest at Kerbeleg with her uncooked cheesecake under her arm, you already know that the moment of dessert is going to take on rainbow colours, your taste buds are going to enjoy a moment of happiness, sparkling with gourmet freshness. So get your aprons ready, there’s going to be a swing […]

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The stone staircase

The authentic, magical Kerbeleg staircase “hors œuvre” (outside the building) must have been in an old turret or structure flanking the building. The roof, which must have been conical, with a pepperpot or four-sided, has been truncated. It is a spiral staircase with winding steps, typical of the second half of the 15th century. It […]

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The village of Rochefort-en-Terre

A Dive into History in the Heart of Brittany In the green depths of Brittany lies a timeless treasure, a small town of character called Rochefort-en-Terre. Its cobbled streets wind between half-timbered houses, offering a real journey back in time. Follow me on this romantic adventure through the pages of its history. A Medieval City […]

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The valley of the saints

A treasure carved in stone The Valley of the Saints, nestled in the heart of Brittany, is a true jewel in the making. This extraordinary place, praised by travellers and praised by the inhabitants, is home to monumental statues, immutable witnesses to Breton history and spirituality. The origin of a bold vision This adventure began […]

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The chapel of Trémalo

History In the heart of the Breton countryside, in the peaceful commune of Pont-Aven, stands a strikingly beautiful building: the chapel of Notre-Dame de Trémalo. Its flamboyant gothic architecture, a legacy from a distant past, gives this building a mystical aura that enchants visitors from all over the world. The chapel of Trémalo was built […]

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