The Penty de Kerneing are traditional houses with thick granite walls. The term of Penty means ” Small House ” in Breton. (Pen: petit, Ty: house).
- The naming Kerneing could be translated by the farm of lambs (Ker: Farm, Neing: Lambs)
- The names of Misaine and Trinquette come from the Sails of old fishing boats of our coast.
The Penty Misaine, around 80 m ², is ideal for 5 people. He has a garden and a privative south terrace very nice to have lunch outside in the summer in the shade of the apple tree. We enter by a large room with a big fireplace, 2 bedrooms are on the first floor. The one has 3 beds and the other one a double bed. Plus
Penty Trinquette, about 72m ². He is comfortable for 4 people and ideal for a family with two children. He has a garden and a privative south terrace allowing to have lunch outside the summer. We enter by the porch which also allows to take breakfasts in the heat of the morning sun. We go then into the lounge-dining room with an attractive wood stove. 2 rooms are on the first floor. The one possesses 2 beds, the other one a double bed. Plus