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Shai K wrote a review Aug 2018
Madrid, Spain3 contributions
Great experience for adults and children alike. Doesn't feel like a museum but rather like going back in time 200 years, enter a country side house and seeing how everything is. Guidance is great, dedicated knowledgeable and patient. Highly recommended!
Date of experience: August 2018
EindhovenLily wrote a review Aug 2016
Eindhoven, The Netherlands20 contributions9 helpful votes
Charming well kept museum off the beaten tourist track. Enthousiastic guide gives vivid explanation of the many furnished rooms. Highly recommended. Has mainly Spanish visitors, and english is not a language they often practise, but they do a great effort to make a worthwhile explanation. Great for both adults and children. They also have a small shop with items produced on their land. Their honey is fantastic!…
Date of experience: August 2016
Response from Gema G, Gerente at Casa de las Donas
Responded 11 Aug 2016
Thank you for your visit and your comment Lily. Enjoy with our honey 🐝 !!!!
bizygal wrote a review Jul 2014
Hershey, Pennsylvania36 contributions9 helpful votes
This attraction was recommended by our hotel, Casa de las Chimeneas in Tudes and we loved it. There was only one other couple there when we arrived and the owner, who was also the tour guide, only speaks passable English, but there is a short write-up in English that's helpful. Luckily, the other couple on the tour were locals and spoke excellent English so they gave us a lot of translation from the guide. The inside is a preserved home of an upper class family, mainly women. The furnishings and belongings are original and it was easy to imagine what life was like for them on a daily basis. The kitchen and pantry were the highlights for me. Every kitchen tool is there and it's perfectly preserved. In fact, the pantry is bigger than the kitchen because there was so much food preparation going on from the food that was grown on the grounds. At the end of the tour, you also see the wine and butchering room. You see the sewing room stuffed with original clothing from the era. And, in the attic are children's school materials and toys, as well as local traditional clothing. You see every room in the house including sitting room, bedrooms, dining room, etc. We loved it.…
Date of experience: June 2014