The former convent of the Carmelites of the Guildo, located on a site occupied since the fourteenth century overlooking the Arguenon, succeeded a collegiate founded by Charles de Dinan in the early fifteenth century for the reception and assistance of the poor and the pilgrims.
The convent house dating back to the beginning of the 17th century and the ruins of the church and cloister remain of this convent.
My castle is visitable
The former convent of the Carmelites of the Guildo is located on a site occupied since the thirteenth century overlooking the Arguenon, where it was succeeded by a port of alms for the assistance of the poor and pilgrims, a collegiate church and a convent.
Today there remains the convent house dating from the early seventeenth century and the ruins of the church and cloister.
The owners welcome you to retrace history and explain the architecture of the place in the form of a visit - conference. This external visit lasts approximately one hour and a half by a lecturer who graduated from the École du Louvre. In this course of the exterior (only) reconstructed views of the old convent will be presented fruit of a long search and search work on the site. The progress of the construction site of the vestiges of the church will also be commented.