This 15th century town house and is ideally located in the heart of the historical quarter, a stone’s throw away from the main shops and historical monuments. The Pub opens onto the quaint Saint-Sauveur square with its Basilica behind which the peaceful ‘English gardens’ are located, with stunning views over the valley of the Rance.
The pub is open all year from 11am to 1 am (2 am from the 15th of May to 15th of September) and is opened on Sundays between these dates from 3 pm.
The pub offers an extensive choice of hot drinks, cocktails with or without alcohol, not to forget the traditional: beers on tap, whiskies, fruit juices and soft drinks. If you want a snack, they are available from 11 am to 9 pm and you will be able to choose from croque-monsieur, savoury pancakes, tarts and quiches, and for desserts you can be tempted by crêpes (delicious French pancakes), ice-creams and other delicacies.
16th of September - 14th of May 11 am to 1 am
15th of May - 15th of September 11 am to 2 am
Dinan, with over 1000 years of history is the perfect holiday vacation and invites you to travel back through time. Its impressive ramparts still remain along with its historic quarter of half timbered medival buildings and cobbled streets.
Situated on the river Rance, Dinan is a short drive from the "pirate city" of St. Malo, as well as the impressive Mont-St-Michel.
The centre of Dinan has many shops, hotels and restaurants. See the Dinan Tourism website to find the perfect place to stay and explore the many ways you can enjoy your time here.