The Maison Pavie is nestled in the heart of Dinan, a medieval town in the Côtes d'Armor. Built in the 15th century and classified as a Historic Monument, the porch and half-timbered « demeure » 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.
Completely renovated and converted into a guest house in 2010 (by the Bachmann Associés agency), the Maison Pavie combines comfort, elegance, character and modernity. It houses 5 bedrooms, an elegant lounge overlooking the Place Saint-Sauveur and a bright dining room on the courtyard side*.
Internet access is free and unlimited in all areas.
A parking space can be reserved for you in the covered car park located about 100 metres from the house (parking is included in each reservation).
*The distribution of the rooms and floors in this old building does not allow for accessibility for people with reduced mobility.