Best Western Hotel Jerzual

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

26 Quai Des Talards, Dinan, Brittany, FR-22100, France
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  • Couples88
  • Solo50
  • Business87

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shopping

by pwiedle

Does anyone know where in Dinan we could purchase St. James sweaters, alos fabric shops. We will be there Sept. 1,2, and 3rd.

thank you

Re: shopping

by pfsmalo

Unfortunately the nearest St. James shop to Dinan is here in St. Malo, but St. James being a well known make and made not that far from here plus the vast number of tourist and souvenir shops in Dinan, I'm certain you'll find what you are looking for.

Travel Tips for Dinan

Dinan - a wonderful place

by Dinanfan

Dinan is simply a step back in time. With 14th century half timbered homes and castle ramparts nothing comes close to the authenticity of the town. With numerous restaurants and bars Dinan is a great place to visit any time of the year. If possible you should try to stay up in the old medieval part of town. Although the port and the very popular Jerzual are great places to visit, the majority of restaurants and activities happen in the old town. Also, the steepness of the Jerzual leading down to the port make this a great place to spend a few hours shopping but you wouln't want to be walking up and down it everyday (unless you are very fit). Dinan is a place you can visit any time of year and my fondest memories is the abundance of restaurants and the quaint shops.

The Life & Death of Bertrand du Guesclin

by hquittner

Bertrand du Guesclin was 5th of 10 children (born 1320) in a minor nobility family living near Dinan. He was essentially self-trained and emerged at 17 as a leading expert in jousting and then successful in battle becoming a knight in 1354. His tactical military prowess also quickly became evident and he garnered various noble titles (mostly in battles against the English in the 100 Years War). He became Constable of France and was particularly successful in employing guerilla tactics to wear the English down. He died in the field of dysentery in 1380, asking to be buired in Dinan. The embalming was inadequate and enroute his flesh was boiled and removed and buried at Monferrand (in a church destroyed in 1793). His skeleton continued on but was stopped at Le Mans and transferred by order of the King to St. Denis for burial there. Only his heart made it to Dinan where it was kept by the Jacobins who eventually transferred it to the Cenotaph in St.-Sauveur. His statue is in his Place. (Please forgive my backlight and front light difficulties) Its preservation of tradition

The Port

by sue_stone

The port of Dinan is located in the Rance Valley and was the birthplace of Dinan hundreds of years ago.

Way back, it was an export and fishing port, with the River Rance connecting it to the sea, 15 miles away. The river has since been canalized, and has locks and a towpath.

Take a walk down to the port, via rue du Jerzual and rue du Petit Fort. It is a lovely place for a stroll, boat ride or perhaps just an ice cream.

For those less agile, you can catch the small tourist train down there for a look around…..or perhaps walk down and catch the train back to avoid that steep climb.

Le Jardin Anglais

by ranger49

This attractive garden behind the Basilique Ste-Sauveur and enclosed by the ramparts is a pleasant place for a stroll, specially if you have young children in need of a run-a-bout with you. From the walls of the ramparts there are good views of the river - telescopes are provided for a beter view for a Euro coin or thereabouts.

Dinan - St. Saviour's Church

by rexvaughan

This church is the result of a vow by a local Crusader, Rivallon le Roux, who vowed that if he survived to return to Dinan, he would pay for the building of a church dedicated to the Holy Trinity, to be named Saint-Saveur. The whole building is remarkable. The entrance is three arches separated by 5 intricately carved colonnettes with a lion and bull above and four statues in the side arches. Inside are about 20 lovely chapels and a 62 foot high chancel flanked by 12 huge pillars supporting a balustraded gallery with about 20 windows overhead. The church was built in 1120 but amended and added to over the centuries climaxing with the completion in the 17th C of the huge belltower. During the French Revolution it became a Temple of the Supreme Being, then a hayloft and finally a church again in 1800. The stained glass inside is colorful but not ancient. It dates from the 1940s.

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Address: 26 Quai Des Talards, Dinan, Brittany, FR-22100, France