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Dinan Hotels

How to find the best Dinan hotels with Venere

Make choosing Dinan hotels easy and stress free with Venere. It's great to know what to expect from your hotel whether you're planning a family vacation or a peaceful break for two, and thanks to Venere's rating system you can book with confidence. Simply select your preferred budget and star rating and choose from a list of carefully selected accommodation in Dinan. Photographs of each hotel and a useful location map allow you to see exactly where you'll be in relation to the tourist attractions you'd like to see, or from the nearest airports and railway stations. Venere represents a wide range of hotels that are ideally placed for exploring the historic walled town or the Rance estuary and nearby Emerald Coast.

What's Dinan Like?

Dinan is located in the Ile-et-Vilaine department of eastern Brittany and overlooks the River Rance. Dinan hotels make the ideal base from which to discover the medieval town center with its half-timbered houses, or Dinan Chateau which has a good museum in its 14th century dungeon. Take a walk in the Jardin des Anglais or take in the view of the town from the 15th century clock tower before stopping for a delicious crepe. History fans will find the Basilica of Saint-Sauveur interesting, and the heart of Bertrand Du Guesclin who saved the town from an English attack is buried here. Walk along the banks of the River Rance to the port, or plan a trip to the beautiful Emerald Coast near Dinard. Dinan is a classified town of art and history, and all Venere accommodation is close to the most popular landmarks.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Dinan

Dinan is a popular destination for visitors from all parts of the world, so many of the people you'll meet when you venture from your Dinan hotels will speak good English. A few simple words and phrases in French will go down well with locals, so do make the effort if you can. Locals are friendly and welcoming, and happy to converse over a glass of cider in one of the town's many cafes and bars. French people take time to eat, and a table charge is added to cover the hours you might spend over lunch or dinner. Remember to ask for the bill as it won't be brought till you do, and don't address waiters as 'garcon' as the term is insulting. Take a look at www.venere.com for more handy hints on how to make your visit to Dinan even better.