The Pontivy youth hostel offers an unusual stay in a former flour mill. This characteristic and picturesque location is found on a small island of greenery, in the heart of downtown Pontivy. There are many activities available such as the cycling and hiking trails that run alongside the hostel. Pontivy was founded by the monk Ivy. but was also called Napoléonville when Bonaparte wanted to make the city the administrative centre of Brittany. The hostel can organise breakfast, dinner and will even prepare picnics on request. Services available include a kitchen, laundry room, luggage, bicycle storage, games room and TV room. The nearest supermarket and restaurants are just 500m from the hostel. Stay in one of our 23 rooms and discover this beautiful area!