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- Karen Brown's Recommendation:
Dinan is a magnificent old city of timbered houses and cobbled streets that rise from its old port to the fortification above. With its multitude of shops, galleries, restaurants, and sidewalk cafés, Dinan is fun to explore. In search of a hotel that would allow more than an afternoon visit, I was thrilled to happen upon the comfortable and charming Hôtel d’Avaugour. Set on the main road within steps of the heart of the cobbled old quarter, this is a small, city, three-star hotel with character. You enter off the street into an attractive lobby with a sitting area. A modern bar is accessed off the entry or through another entrance off the street. With an impressive background in the hotel industry, Monsieur Caron oversees the gracious and professional service and is responsible for the subtle elegance of the decor as well as all the modern conveniences that make a stay both comfortable and memorable. Guestrooms are all very pretty in their described “Breton fashion”. One of the hotel’s greatest features is its wonderful garden, which extends out back. Here guests can enjoy breakfast on the terrace, wander the paths, and enjoy unobstructed views of Dinan’s castle and a panoramic outlook over the countryside.