Guesthouse Theonimfi is a manor house of 1850 which had been abandoned.
It had to be built anew, with a “marriage” of the traditional with the modern element being the main idea, something that had been missing from the region until then.
The stone and the wood, basic materials of the traditional Arcadian architecture are starring both outside and inside the guesthouse.
The art of genuine hospitality, the atmosphere of a bygone era, the essence of relaxation, the pleasure of taste and the truth of human contact!
Here you will find the art of genuine hospitality, the atmosphere of a bygone era, the essence of relaxation, the pleasure of taste and the truth of human contact!
There are four rooms in the Theonimfi guesthouse, a guesthouse with a rich history and vivid pictures of the past.
The Open-Air Water Power Museum, built in 1997 after renovating derelict pre-industrial facilities, is located just outside Dimitsana. The buildings were restored and all the mechanisms, operated entirely with water power, were fixed.
Among them one mill that grinds grains, a fulling mill that processes textiles, one tannery hides, one cauldron for raki production, one gunpowder mill and the houses of the tanner and the mill’s worker.