Anne De Bretagne

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

12 Rue de Tronjolly, Rennes, Brittany, 35000, France
Hotel Anne de Bretagne
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 13% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples87
  • Solo100
  • Business85

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Forum Posts

Rennes? Le Mans? Chartres?

by MadOlk

Hi there all!

We have three spare days after our Visit to Mt St Michel, 4 ladies travelling (I'm in charge, so I want to impress) would you recommend to stay in Rennes, Lemans or Chartres for these days, which is prettier or has a nice atmosphere? It will be early August...

thanks Madeleine

Re: Rennes? Le Mans? Chartres?

by johnmperry

Chartres is certainly impressive, with several things to see and do. (I've not been to the others). They're all quite a distance from Mont-St-Michel. Why not just travel the Loire Valley? - Saumur/Anjou/Chenonceau etc.

Re: Rennes? Le Mans? Chartres?

by Beausoleil

Chartres is my hands-down favorite, but 3 days is a bit long. I agree with the post above. Why not tour the Loire Valley. You could base in Tours and visit a bunch of castles. If you got tired of castles, you could visit a vineyard or two . . . or three. At night Tours is very lively and you'd have lots of fun.

Just a thought. Whatever you decide to do, have a wonderful trip.

Re: Rennes? Le Mans? Chartres?

by pfsmalo

Rennes is only 65 kms from Mont st. Michel and Le Mans is only an hour on the train from there. Both have lovely old medieval centres. Chartres, of course does have the cathedral. You could actually fit all 3 in at a push. Depends where you're off to afterwards.

Travel Tips for Rennes

People are rather friendly...

by sandravdp

People are rather friendly here, but you must really try and speak French. English is hardly spoken here.
Shops are closed at noon time and open again afterwards, shops are closed on sunday (the whole day) and monday morning. For buying food, you must go to the Intermarché (huge supermarket with normal prices).

Rennes, FR

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Palais du Parlement de Bretagne

- courthouse that until 1789 was the house of the Parliament of Brittany

constructed: 1618-55
architect: Salomon de Brosse (1571-1626)
location: Place du Parlement de Bretagne



* Rennes, population: 206,000 it's located at the confluence of Ille and Vilaine rivers



"Portes Mordelaises"

- city gate (exit) a.k.a. Porte Marat as it was called in 1793 when it became a city prison

constructed: c.1440

"Musee de Bretagne"

- museum of Brittany, library and planetarium

constructed: 1993-2006
architect: Christian de Portzamparc (1944-)
location: 10 Cours des Allies


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