Built around 1710, 20 rue de la Monnaie is a major historical house of Rennes.
We don’t really know what occured over years and decades. But for sure, before the French Revolution, the bishop got the fees from the people in this house. Then, for a long time, it was a chair factory.
After World War II a deli stood in the front room.
Eventually in 1969, one of the oldest creperies in Rennes took place.
Exposed beams had been rubbed down and now show a sober frame to the typical building work (stones and bricks).Two remarkable fireplaces complete the atmosphere, one of them was built with a tombstone.