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The Clarin Ancestral House

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Nice place to visit in Loay, except for monkey locked in small cage

A nice stop in Loay to see an ancestral home and try the local hot chocolate and sticky rice in a... read more

Reviewed 4 April 2017
ayankow
,
berkeley
Very Old Ancestral House

I like that it was preserved very well although it lacks a professional tour guide and it needs to... read more

Reviewed 22 September 2015
Emmanuel D
,
Manila, Philippines
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3 Apr 2017
“Nice place to visit in Loay, except for monkey locked in small cage”
21 Sep 2015
“Very Old Ancestral House”
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Loay, Philippines
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Reviewed 4 April 2017

A nice stop in Loay to see an ancestral home and try the local hot chocolate and sticky rice in a pleasant patio/cafe area. Only complaint is the monkey locked up in the small cage. Monkeys are primates and shouldn't be locked in small cages!...More

1  Thank ayankow
Reviewed 22 September 2015

I like that it was preserved very well although it lacks a professional tour guide and it needs to be cleaned. It needs a renovation / fix too. It captures the story of the the Clarin family from past to future.

Thank Emmanuel D
Reviewed 3 November 2014

According to the house's official guide, ANICETO CLARIN was appointed by the then occupying U. S. forces to be the first governor of Bohol in 1902. THIS WAS HIS HOUSE. It is a big 2-story mansion with high ceilings and wide windows that bring in...More

3  Thank LSSantos
Reviewed 30 March 2014

This is the ancestral house of one of Bohol's most influential families, although most of them have moved elsewhere since then. There were displays of old furniture, the original books and even the chess board of O. Clarin with which he played with President Carlos...More

1  Thank Ermaximum
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