In the middle of the Dinard seaside resort, 50 metres from Ecluse beach, make the most of your stay in this 1930s' building in Art Deco style, one of the city's emblematic sites.
The building called Gallic is the history of an Art Deco palace created by the famous architect Marcel Oudin. It is easily recognisable by its original architecture with rotunda and tiered façades and has been converted into separate apartments. On the ground floor, you will enjoy pleasant accommodation for four to six people. With a warm atmosphere and colourful decoration, the place has charm and provides all the necessary comfort for a stay in Dinard. Ecluse beach is just 50 metres away, making it a daily appointment. Lively, popular with families and well known for its famous striped tents and its promenade, this is an essential place to visit. Discover the treasures of Dinard, among restaurants, casinos, art galleries and more, on your different outings. To discover the Emerald Coast further, visit the Rance Valley, Saint Malo, Cap Fréhel and Cancale.