Els Bens (Quadruple superior)

Double, triple or quadruple

The “Els Bens” room is located where Can Buch's family once kept their cattle.

From the door of the room, you can admire our lambs grazing freely in the field in front.

The room has a lovely private entrance with views of the Rocacorba mountains, the garden and the swimming pool.

Inside we find a first space with two large individual beds complete with 100 % cotton sheets, two armchairs for reading and a closet.
Divided by a solid wood partition we find a second space with two reading armchairs, a closet and an extra-large double bed complete with 100 % cotton sheets.

The two rooms share a private bathroom equipped with organic and vegan cosmetics by Naturals, a hair dryer and 100 % cotton towels.

The room is located on the ground floor of the countryside house with access to the pool and garden. South-east oriented, the pleasant rays of midday sun enter through the glass of the door and the windows of the south facade.

The walls are made ofearth and stone; the ceiling, with Catalan vaults of ceramic; the floors, of "La Bisbal" tiles; and the paints, of natural lime.

Noble materials such as clay, solid wood, ceramic or stone give it peace and tranquillity, while colours such as white, brown and cream give it warmth. Finally, the technology of fixtures, insulation and heating allow you to enjoy the comfort of the 21st century.

Room services
Free Wi-fi
Armchair for reading
Central heating
Closet with hangers
Mountain view
Ground floor access
Freshly filtered water
Warm light
Fire alarm
100 % cotton sheets
High end recycled latex mattresses
Private entrance
Room materials
Natural ceramic ceiling
Clay, wood and stone walls
Handcrafted ceramic floors
Natural lime paints
Curtains of 100 % cotton
Solid wood furniture from Montseny
Private bathroom
Hair dryer
100 % cotton towels
Hot water
Cosmetic products Naturals
Ecological shower gel and shampoo

The rooms

Twelve rooms designed for comfort, rest and connection to the natural world.
The “Auró Blanc” (field maple) is the first tree you see on your way out the door. It has a beautiful foliage that produces a pleasant shade in summer.
The “Els Bens” (the sheep) room is located where Can Buch's family once kept their cattle.
The “Avellaner” (hazel), a tree that is widely cultivated in the fields of our region, gives its name to this room.
We have named this room “La Ginesta” (the Spanish broom) because when you walk out of the door you see a field full of these plants.
The “Blauet” (kingfisher) room owes its name to the presence near the country house of many of these birds.
The “Mallerenga” (great tit) is named after one of the most common birds in our garden and area.
This room is called “L’Alzina” (the holm oak) because there is a beautiful window on the north side overlooking our holm oak forest.
The "Castanyer" (chestnut) is named after one of the most present trees in our territory.