Casa Morisca de Horno de Oro

Casa Morisca de Horno de Oro

Casa Morisca de Horno de Oro
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3.5
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Annabel G
64 contributions
Oct 2021
Such a lovely way to look back in time at the home of a powerful and wealthy woman. It's beautifully restored. But don't expect anything other than the walls and gardens. But make sure to look up - the ceilings are beautiful.
Written October 13, 2021
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Stuart M
Aylesbury, UK44 contributions
Sep 2019
We stayed at the Casa Horno del Oro in Granada for two days in early September
We booked the hotel for its location, as one of the entrances to the Alhambra Palace is close by.
The hotel itself is fairly basic although very pretty, but its crowning glory is its rooftop terrace which looks directly over to Alhambra Palace, which is especially wonderful at night when the Palace is lit up.
A fine place to take up a bottle of wine and chill out
We had the downstairs room which was small but adequate, but OK for a couple of nights. They have larger rooms but they were above our budget
The owners were delightful and could not do enough for us, and as well as being near the Palace, just a few steps away were restaurants and bars to relax in and enjoy yourselves.
We really enjoyed our stay
Written September 30, 2019
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ANGELO V
Milan, Italy2,917 contributions
May 2019 • Solo
A nice 15th century residence, but so heavily restored that it looks a false. Not much to see, apart from the patio...

You can buy a single ticket and visit Horno De Oro, Dar al Horra and Bañuelo. Free entrance on Sundays (as of May 2019)
Written May 16, 2019
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J S
London, UK545 contributions
Feb 2020 • Family
A well preserved house. That’s it. There is no golden oven. There used to be an oven. It is now an ex-oven. It has ceased to be. It was not golden. It was not even in the house. In Roman times (they think) there was an oven in the street that was used to melt the gold found in the stream. Or that might not even be true either. The street is named after that oven. The house is named after the street. On top of that, there is an officious and patronising woman collecting tickets at the door. Ugh.
Written February 21, 2020
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Debbie M
18 contributions
Mar 2019 • Friends
Very disappointing as there was nothing to give you the context of the building as a home. Simply a shell used to show unrelated photography.
Written March 2, 2019
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Jeffrey B
9 contributions
Dec 2023 • Couples
Small hotel in a central, convenient location in Granada. Despite the overall hotel size, our room did not feel cramped. Front desk staff was very helpful and friendly.
Written December 22, 2023
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Martina
Varna, Bulgaria481 contributions
Nov 2019 • Friends
Yes, the house is old (end of 15th century), but there is nothing to see, basically it is just the patio with some empty rooms. The ticket costs 5 EUR and it allows you to visit 3 other places (again not that interesting and not located closely to each other) - Dar al-Horra Palace, El Banuelo and Corral del Carbon. So, if you are in Granada for a longer period and happen to be around on Sunday (when the entrance is free), perhaps you could pay a visit.
Written December 13, 2019
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janwell99
7 contributions
Sep 2019
We stayed for 3 nights in September and found the Casa Horno del Oro to be delightful. It is very convenient for nearby restaurants and the Alhambra and is in the very pretty old town of Granada. The hotel itself is stunning and has magnificent views of Alhambra. We had the ground floor room which is small but beautiful and fine for a few nights. We felt very comfortable there and had a chilled and enjoyable long weekend. The owners were welcoming, especially Victor and if we are ever in the area again we would not hesitate to stay there.
Written October 28, 2019
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Blue Amigo
Paris, France242 contributions
May 2019 • Solo
small house, similar to dar el horra but with nothing to see, i satyed there for 5mins only, just took few photos and left.
it was totally empty.
Written May 12, 2019
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Michael K
London, UK532 contributions
Feb 2019 • Couples
It is worth seeking out this house, just a few yards up a side street near the River Darro. No 14 is another of the 4 "Andalusian monuments" covered by a 5 Euros ticket. Yes, it's fairly small so doesn't take too long to visit, but it gives a good idea of a Mudejar townhouse from the Nasrid era. It was built at the end of the 15th century and extended after the Reconquista. There are fine Mudejar ceilings and arches, and while we were there, a photography exhibition showing buildings of the Albaycin. But no information as to how the building functioned as a living household.
Written February 19, 2019
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