- WC with shower
- Hair Dryer
- LCD TV (satellite) and wi-fi
- Kitchen and dining room
- Sound insulation
Capacity: 2 adults + 2 extra child (sofa bed)
Mumadona Dias House
In the tenth century, the Countess Mumadona Dias was the richest and most powerful lady of the Northwest Peninsula. Daughter of the Counts Diogo Fernandes and Onega, married Count Hermenegildo Gonçalves who had six children.
After her husband's death in 928, the Galician aristocrat Mumadona Days, mandaconstruir in their land Vimaranes the convent of friars and nuns who became a pole of attraction and attachment population.
In order to ensure the defense of the monastery and its people from attacks of invading Normans that plagued the Portuguese coasts with great regularity from the north, and the Arabs, still dominant in the south of Coimbra, had built a fort, using earth and wood , the monastery on the hill bordering the alp Latito or as it is now known as Mount Latito, between the years 959 and 968. This fortress still very rudimentary would give rise to our precious Guimarães Castle.
The villa Vimaranes then develops around these two driving forces: the Convent and Castle.