Our beautifully restored 14th century half-timbered town house is situated very close to shops and about 100 restaurants, right in the historic centre of the fascinating medieval city of Dinan.
La Vieille Auberge is reputedly one of the oldest houses in Dinan, believed to have been built in 1386 - Artisan style, with a slate roof, (originally thatched), granite stone block walls and half timbered frontage.
The house has been sympathetically restored, maintaining many of the old world features and charm, with huge timber beams, granite fireplaces, and narrow winding stairs, but updated with 21st Century amenities.
The house is quietly located, close by the English Garden, the spectacular Ramparts and the church of St Sauvier, but just a few steps from the busy shopping streets and famous Rue de Jerzual, the cobbled medieval route down to the lovely old Dinan Port.
The spacious accommodation is split over three floors: on the ground floor a modern bespoke farm-style kitchen, oak dining suite and comfortable lounge; two big leather sofas, with gas-log fire and satellite English & French TV. On the first floow, two beautiful first-floor bedrooms (one double, one twin with pull-together singles) each with en-suite and separate WC.
The second floor features a spectacular third bedroom in the medieval-framed roof space, with a king size 4-poster bed, a library/reading area, lounge area with French day-bed sofa and chairs, and satellite TV/DVD (English, French and international channels).
Everything in our house is designed for you to feel right at home, with books, films, games, tourist info, maps and all you need to really make the most of your stay!