You’ll find the desks for car hire at Dinard Pleurtuit Airport (DNR) located in the main terminal building. This is a small single-terminal building with the car hire desks located in the arrivals area just as you exit baggage reclaim. Staff are on hand during normal working hours to advise you on your car choice and onward driving assistance. The car collection point is adjacent to the airport, meaning you can be on the road within 15min of arrival, if necessary. It’s a very short walk to the car park and you will not need to take a shuttle bus.
The roads in this part of France are very high quality, even though some of them are in rural areas. The airport connects with Rennes along the N137 dual carriageway and the main roads to other towns such as Dinard are very well maintained. A standard hire car is adequate for touring the region but if you think you might travel into more remote areas then a larger car might be a good choice.
As the car hire firms are all located in the main terminal building, customers can avail themselves of all the amenities of the airport. These include dedicated staff, information centres, toilets, waiting areas, cafes and snack bars.
For Dinard Pleurtuit Airport car hire you will need to present your driving licence and a credit card. If your driving licence is in a script other than Latin, then you will need to get an International Driving Permit. You will likely be asked for your passport and return flight details for secondary identification also, so make sure you have these to hand. The minimum age to hire a car in France is 21 and anyone under 25 will need to pay a daily surcharge. Some car hire companies extend that surcharge for anyone under 30. If you are 70 or older you may be asked to produce a letter from your GP stating that you are competent to drive.
Car rental companies that offer shuttle or pick-up services from Dinard Pleurtuit airport to off-airport locations include Alamo, Avis, Dollar, Hertz, and Thrifty.