A 15th century house located in the heart of historic Dinan.
The Maison Pavie is nestled in the heart of Dinan, a medieval town in the Côtes d'Armor (Brittany). Built in the 15th century and classified as a Historic Monument, the porch and timber-framed building is one of the emblematic pieces of this city of Art and History.
Facing the square in front of the Saint-Sauveur Basilica, it opens onto a bright and quiet square and close to the English Garden and the city ramparts from where you have a magnificent view over the port of Dinan.
The Maison Pavie takes its name from one of its illustrious hosts: Auguste Pavie.
Nicknamed "The Barefoot Explorer", the great traveller was born here on 31 May 1847,
and lived there for his first few years.