Alojamiento aislado para retiros de montaña en los Pirineos

Pallars Jussa, LLeida, Catalonia Property Ref: CA22
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    3 Habitaciones
  • Sleeps
    Huéspedes 6/7
  • Casa Ref: CA22

Cabaña de montaña autosuficiente con energía solar de diseño, con carácter único en medio de los picos del pre Pirineo. Para caminar, montar en bicicleta, nadar en el río, observación de aves, observación de estrellas, museos de dinosaurios, cocina local. Capacidad de 2 a 6 más niño.

Información de reserva para CA22

  • Hora normal de check-in: 5 pm - 10 pm; Hora normal de salida: 10 am.

  • No se permiten barbacoas en este lugar debido a las regulaciones forestales.

  • El impuesto turístico de Cataluña debe pagarse al administrador de la propiedad a la llegada. El impuesto es de 1 euro por noche por cada persona de 17 años o más (solo durante las primeras 7 noches).

  • Se admiten mascotas bajo petición, en cuyo caso se aplica una tarifa. Por favor preguntenos.

Día de cambio para CA22

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Información de reserva para CA22

  • Hora normal de check-in: 5 pm - 10 pm; Hora normal de salida: 10 am.

  • No se permiten barbacoas en este lugar debido a las regulaciones forestales.

  • El impuesto turístico de Cataluña debe pagarse al administrador de la propiedad a la llegada. El impuesto es de 1 euro por noche por cada persona de 17 años o más (solo durante las primeras 7 noches).

  • Se admiten mascotas bajo petición, en cuyo caso se aplica una tarifa. Por favor preguntenos.

Día de cambio para CA22

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Resumen

Cabaña de montaña autosuficiente con energía solar de diseño, con carácter único en medio de los picos del pre Pirineo. Para caminar, montar en bicicleta, nadar en el río, observación de aves, observación de estrellas, museos de dinosaurios, cocina local. Capacidad de 2 a 6 más niño.

Servicios

  • Bedrooms
    3 Habitaciones
  • Bathroom
    1 Baño(s)
  • Beds
    Huéspedes 6/7

Entretenimiento
WiFi Internet; Amplios terrenos privados; Barbacoa y mobiliario de exterior; VCR/TV (solo para videos); CD/radio; Rompecabezas y juegos.

Cocina
Cocina de gas de 4 anillos; Cocina antigua; Horno; Hervidor; Cafetera; Frigorífico con congelador; Licuadora para papillas.

Comodidades
Lavadora; Chimenea abierta (se incluye una cantidad razonable de leña); Cuna y trona (bajo petición); Toda la ropa de cama y toallas incluidas.

Notas sobre servicios
En los calurosos y secos meses de verano, las regulaciones forestales normalmente obligan a las barbacoas a restringirse a la parrilla en el interior.

La casa funciona con energía solar y tiene un generador de respaldo.

El agua del grifo no es potable: se proporcionan recipientes de agua que puede llenar en la fuente local del pueblo.

Distribución

Planta baja
Espacio abierto salón/comedor/cocina; Dormitorio 1: cama doble; Baño/WC (con ducha); Cuarto de servicio/trastero (con frigorífico).

Primera planta
Dormitorio 2: cama doble con su propia terraza y escritorio; Dormitorio 3: camas individuales más una cama litera extra para un niño (con escalera empinada) y una puerta que da a los jardines traseros; Segundo salón también con acceso a los jardines traseros.

Exterior
Amplio jardín alrededor de la casa con vistas y bosques a su alrededor; Barbacoa.

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Sinopsis

Un vistazo a las fotos es suficiente para poder afirmar que esta casa es diferente, algo especial.

Las plantas trepadoras desde la parte trasera de la casa se extienden para cubrir todo el techo que está lleno de balas de paja sobre piedra volcánica, una característica del diseño que permite la conservación del calor en invierno y un efecto aislante similar en verano, además de contribuir a la integración del edificio en su entorno natural fuera del circuito turístico de los Pirineos. En primavera, el techo está decorado con una panoplia de lirios.

La casa está situada en la comarca de Pallars Jussà, una zona virgen de gran riqueza ecológica en las primeras estribaciones de los Pirineos. Desde la casa se ve un valle virgen, excepcional por estar libre de presencia humana. No hay viviendas ni ninguna otra infraestructura a su servicio.

El camino que conduce a la casa es una de las rutas recomendadas por la Guía Michelin para los recorridos más espectaculares de Cataluña. El paisaje de la provincia de Lérida cambia continuamente y es todo el tiempo extraordinario y hermoso.

La Sierra de Pallars forma parte de las primeras montañas de los altos picos pirenaicos. Pero el clima aquí es bastante diferente. No soplan los vientos fríos de los picos más altos, Pallars Jussà está protegido de ellos, en un enclave soleado: un clima mediterráneo.

La casa se asienta bajo un pináculo rocoso en medio de un entorno virgen. Está construida con verdadero gusto y estilo. La piedra natural local y la madera son los materiales que se utilizaron, y los propietarios germano-catalanes usaron técnicas de construcción medievales para ensamblar bloques y paneles de madera sin el uso de un solo tornillo de metal.

Una casa ecológica requiere cierta comprensión y participación de los huéspedes, por lo que recibirá una hoja de información sencilla sobre cómo cuidar la configuración solar y el suministro de agua. Toda la propiedad funciona con energía solar y el generador solo se utiliza como último recurso.

El alojamiento es de dos plantas, en dos niveles adaptados a la ladera de la montaña.

El calor natural y la luz en el área de la planta baja lo convierten en un espacio muy acogedor. Un área de cocina bien diseñada con superficies de trabajo de madera es de plano abierto con un área de comedor y una cómoda sala de estar.

Con la excepción de las habitaciones (para proporcionar oscuridad para dormir), las cortinas se han omitido deliberadamente para evitar chocar con el estilo natural de montaña, sin embargo, no hay necesidad de preocuparse por la privacidad aquí: hay algunas otras casas repartidas por la sierra, a distancia unas de otras..

La planta baja se completa con una habitación doble y un cuarto de servicio que alberga la nevera y la instalación solar.

La casa a menudo es alquilada por parejas que vienen por su cuenta, pero las familias con niños también son bienvenidas. Las áreas de jardín al aire libre están bien niveladas y seguras para jugar.

El primer piso de la casa tiene dos dormitorios más y un pequeño salón con un rincón de juegos para niños. Algunos libros, videos y juegos se proporcionan en la sala de juegos.

El equipo de Rustical se alojó en esta cabaña en junio de 2016 y encontró que las camas eran muy cómodas y que la ropa de cama era suave y agradable.

Es un lugar deliciosamente natural y, con la puerta y las ventanas abiertas, el aire fresco de la montaña circula por la vivienda. La casa se calienta con una chimenea abierta y con el apoyo de calentadores de gas en la cocina. Si hubiera calefacción central, ofreceríamos la casa para reservas de invierno, pero preferimos no arriesgarnos.

Hay una parrilla de leña para el interior y en los jardines hay una barbacoa para cuando no hay riesgo de incendio.

Es una casa encantadora para estar en ella pero estará tentado de vivir algunas experiencias en el exterior, fascinantes y gratificantes.

El terreno privado en el que está ubicada la propiedad es extenso y en gran parte arbolado. Algunos de sus vecinos más cercanos son los 5,000 venados en la cercana reserva natural de Bourmart.

También hay un pequeño prado. Además de los paseos por el bosque, recomendamos la caminata de media hora hasta el río Boixol, donde puede darse un chapuzón en las piscinas naturales junto a una cascada y pasear por un entorno emocionante y salvaje. Traiga una bicicleta (o zapatillas para correr) y recorra los 4 km hasta un pueblo abandonado.

También hay piscinas públicas en Isona (20 minutos) y Coll de Nargo (30 minutos) que abren durante los meses de verano. La natación salvaje en esta área también es popular y puede ser bastante espectacular.

Tanto Isona como Coll de Nargo albergan museos de dinosaurios. Esta zona era un lugar importante de anidación de dinosaurios y se pueden ver sus huellas y sus huevos fosilizados bien conservados.

Las vistas son mágicas y las aves rapaces se elevan por encima. Se puede llegar a los pueblos en poco tiempo. Le diremos dónde encontrar los mejores restaurantes, pero asegúrese siempre de los días y horarios de apertura, ya que los restaurantes más cercanos están al menos a 20 minutos en coche.
Los supermercados también están a una considerable distancia, a 20 minutos en automóvil, por lo que la mejor idea es abastecerse antes de llegar a la casa. Puede estacionarse justo al lado de la entrada para descargar cómodamente sus compras.

Los senderos para caminar y el ciclismo de montaña son las principales atracciones en Pallars Jussà, un lugar salpicado de iglesias románicas y de bodegas de enólogos artesanales, y con el lago más grande de Cataluña, para kayak y botes de remos. Se puede contemplar la bóveda celeste desde el observatorio de astronomía en Montsec, que probablemente sea declarado Destino Starlight de la UNESCO.

Un poco más de una hora y 20 minutos en automóvil lo lleva al Valle de Fosca, donde un teleférico lo eleva hasta 3.000 metros, desde donde se disfruta un panorama de lagos y el Parque Nacional de Aigüestortes, un área de excepcional belleza natural, o Andorra, el paraíso de las compras.

El aeropuerto habitual para llegar a esta zona siempre ha sido Barcelona, a 2 horas y 20 minutos, aunque un número limitado de vuelos también va a la capital regional de Lleida (Lérida), lo que reduce el tiempo de conducción a 1 hora y 45 minutos. La gente también conduce desde Francia, cuya frontera está a 1 hora y 40 minutos.

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Ubicación

Entorno

Paisaje mixto de montaña alpina / mediterránea en la región de Pallars Jussa. Esta es un área con muy alto nivel de conservación.

Ubicación

En terrenos privado, por una pista rural de 150 metros. Puede aparcar justo a la casa (lo que hace que la descarga de compras sea fácil y práctica).

Isona 20 min
Bares,restaurante,tiendas
Coll de Nargó 30 min
Tiendas,restaurantes
Montanisell 30 min
Buen restaurante
Vall Fosca 1 h y 15 min
Extraordinaria belleza
Andorra 1 h y 15 min
Compras, esquí
Aigüestortes 1 h y 30 min
Parque Nacional
airport Aeropuertos cercanos
Lleida (ILD) 1 h y 45 min
Reus (REU) 2 h
Barcelona (BCN) 2 h 20 min
Girona (GRO) 2 h y 45 min
Zaragoza (ZAZ) 3 h

Precios

Rustical Travel cobra en Euros. IVA incluido. No hay cargos adicionales a tarjetas.

 
DesdehastaPrecio por semana
04 Abr 202004/04/2020 31 Oct 202031/10/2020
€890
€990
€1,100
 
DesdehastaPrecio por semana
27 Mar 202127/03/2021 31 Oct 202131/10/2021
€890
€990
€1,100

Información de reserva para CA22

  • Hora normal de check-in: 5 pm - 10 pm; Hora normal de salida: 10 am.

  • No se permiten barbacoas en este lugar debido a las regulaciones forestales.

  • El impuesto turístico de Cataluña debe pagarse al administrador de la propiedad a la llegada. El impuesto es de 1 euro por noche por cada persona de 17 años o más (solo durante las primeras 7 noches).

  • Se admiten mascotas bajo petición, en cuyo caso se aplica una tarifa. Por favor preguntenos.

Día de cambio para CA22

  • El día de cambio tiene cierta flexibilidad.

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Información de reserva para CA22

  • Hora normal de check-in: 5 pm - 10 pm; Hora normal de salida: 10 am.

  • No se permiten barbacoas en este lugar debido a las regulaciones forestales.

  • El impuesto turístico de Cataluña debe pagarse al administrador de la propiedad a la llegada. El impuesto es de 1 euro por noche por cada persona de 17 años o más (solo durante las primeras 7 noches).

  • Se admiten mascotas bajo petición, en cuyo caso se aplica una tarifa. Por favor preguntenos.

Día de cambio para CA22

  • El día de cambio es el sábado durante la temporada principal de verano y flexible en otros momentos.

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Michael | August | 2019

Lovely location, tranquil with plenty to see in the area, supplies only 30 minutes away. Not sure how adventurous other guests might be but it might be worth a warning that access to some areas on roads/tracks is difficult without 4x4 and good ground clearance - drainage channels can be challenging as form deep ruts. Fantastic place and really relaxing"

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Hilary | July | 2019

Although this was a delightful house in a beautiful area which is perfect for trekking it was not ideal for dogs. The garden areas were great but no fencing and as I had taken my 3 Salukis it wasn’t safe to let them off leash outside the house. My own fault as I should have enquired before booking."

Rustical Update

Even if this property accepts dogs, it is not designed to prevent dogs from getting out, and we cannot guarantee the perimeter of the estate and the dogs being able to escape.

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Fokke | June | 2019

Its a very nice and quiet location, really relaxing. But keep in mind that the the nearest Supermarkt is at least 30 minutes away. I think its very nice for walking, but at the moment we stayed there, the temperature on the day went over 40 degrees Celcius, so we had to take the hikes early in the morning. Overall we had a great time"

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Tandy | May | 2019

This is a magical place! We came for a week of yoga, hiking and meditation and certainly picked the perfect spot. The minute we walked into the house it felt like home. It was a perfect spot for relaxing and recuperation. The area is stunning and the hikes varied. We will be returning next year."

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Rebecca | August | 2018

Fantastic holiday in a house that was obviously built with love and friendship. If you want to stay somewhere that feels genuinely homely, are happy/excited to be off-grid, and are looking for peace, space and watching vultures circling overhead then this is perfect. It's a half hour walk to the stunning waterfall/swimming spot (follow the path to the medieval bridge of Boixils), and is well worth going - as is following the path down from Boixils village to the waterfall. We really appreciated the swing and hammock, as well as the well-equipped kitchen, large larder and the friendliness of the Rustical Travel personnel."

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Paul | August | 2018

We loved staying in this house, completely unique and beautiful. The area was remote and stunning, the house felt as if it was part of the natural environment. It would be helpful to state more clearly in the information that there is no usable oven in the property during the summer months - the cooking range is linked to central heating, so you wouldn't want to light it in warm weather. I hadn't taken this in, so we arrived we food that required oven cooking. Cooking was a bit challenging as we didn't find bbqing in the fireplace easy - smoke tended to blow into the living room."

Rustical Update

We don't advertise this property as having a conventional oven. As for the fireplace, there is a valve next to it that helps controling the smoke so it doesn't get into the living room. If it's tricky to handle, the caretaker can be contacted to explain how to use it.

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Joanna | July | 2018

We loved this house. It’s very special indeed. Thanks too rusticated travel for excellent support. Fabulous holiday."

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Joseph | April | 2018

+ beautiful location + friendly welcome + absolute silence + quality of the mattress in the master bedroom + quality and tone of information provided by rustical travel + playing football in the garden :-) - management of expectations: the quality of the house doesn't match the quality of the pictures on rusticaltravel.com - no comfortable spot to sit outside - some kitchen stuff dirty - hard to heat/ chimney draws badly - low ceiling on the first floor - we didn't expect an energy guzzling rickety fridge in a 900 €/ week eco lodge. The door box of the fridge falls apart if you put something in - value for money: over the last five years we've rented six different 3+ bedroom-houses in this area. This house is by far the most expensive, quality is #5"

Rustical Update

The property manager let us know the fridge is only 2 years old and in good condition, but will keep an eye if they need to replace it at some point. They also said they will clean everything, as sometimes previous clients leave dirty kitchen equipment.

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Gavin | October | 2017

The cottage is in a wonderful location, very tranquil and great for relaxing. Some feedback for the owners on improvements; The bedding could do with replacing, the oven needs to repaired so it actually works and at least one container of potable water left in the kitchen/store room. Given that the water supply is not potable and the nearest supply is approx 4km away this should be a basic standard. We did leave three containers full and resupplied the logs in the house for the fire. Aside from that, we had a great time and would definitely go again!"

Rustical Update

We have contacted the property manager, who informed us that the oven works fine (although it can be tricky to handle), and that she will consider replacing the bedding. As for the water container, she normally leaves at least one at the house so, if there wasn't one in this occasion, it must have been a mistake, and she will try that it doesn't happen again.

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Graham | August | 2017

We (2 adults and 2 young children) had a wonderful time at the "mountain house", we saw Eagles each morning above us and watched the stars at nigh. It was so peaceful and relaxing spending each day and night in and around the house - with the occasional trip out to swim in nearby town pools and the various natural swimming holes close by. Would love to stay again - 5 stars!"

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Alan | October | 2016

Wonderful location - great birdwatching from the garden ! The house is fantastic with lots of quirky features . We needed the log fire but the house is so well insulated that we didn't need to use the central heating. No problems with the solar electricity ...even though we had three days of cloud / rain. The gas powered fridge / freezer was incredibly efficient . The isolated location may not suit everyone but we loved it and found lots to do in the area. Great service from Rustical Travel too ."

Rustical Update

On April 2018 we are informed that new, more powerful solar panels have been installed at the property.

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Ross | September | 2016

Had a great holiday and was an amazing house to be able to get away from everything! The information and communication before leaving and while booking was fantastic and would defiantly book through Rustical Travel again!!"

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Ursula | June | 2016

We all enjoyed the week we spent at Cal Serrat. The house is an experience in itself, and I really appreciated the interesting design features and individuality of it. It is beautifully located and the complete tranquillity felt very relaxing. I will especially remember watching the sunrise and the night sky from the balcony - they were spectacular. The information you provided both for direction to the house and the activities while there were useful. We especially enjoyed the things we did close to the house i.e. walk to La Rua, the Bridge/Waterfall near Boixols and 2 trips to Cal Borda (restaurant at Montanisell) These recommendations were very much appreciated and were the highlights of our week. Andi and his son (who spoke a little English) were very helpful and responsive. I did understand before we went that the house was not equipped to completely modern standards and I enjoyed the' back to basics' experience of it, but the primary drawback we found was that the power from the solar panels seemed to cut off while we were there. This may have been an unusual event but it could have been more of a problem if we had been staying longer. Also, when we tried to light the indoor fire (we were advised we could cook on it) the smoke coming back into the room was really bad. Again it may be an unusual problem, but combined with the house having no oven or outside barbeque access our diet was quite limited. Overall though, I am very happy with our holiday, and found the level of advice and personalised service from Rustical Travel very useful and supportive. I would definitely consider going back to Cal Serrat and recommend Rustical Travel to others. Thank you very much."

Rustical Update

The problem with the batteries of the solar pannels has been solved. As for the fumes problem, there is a valve next to the fire that was probably closed, causing the smoke to get into the room instead of getting out. From now on, clients will be informed of the existence of this valve so this doesn't happen again.
On April 2018 we are informed that new, more powerful solar panels have been installed at the property.

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Jean-Philippe | September | 2015

The house is great. Lots of character and very comfortable. The location is amazing. Overall we really enjoyed our stay in this house. The explanation provided on the area and the services available (where to go shopping...) were also very useful. The only negative point was with the hot water, which seemed limited and difficult to set. It was ok because we were only 2 adults and 1 child but I can see it becoming a bigger issue with larger group. I think it'd be great to leave a detailed map of the area in the house."

Rustical Update

The water boiler was checked and replaced for a new one.

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Helen | April | 2015

Beautiful location and property, unique, very relaxing, good walking from the door. Plenty of wildlife - vultures, eagles, deer, foxes. Rustica Travel very organised in providing details on property and location. Will return."

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David | September | 2014

Everything was well organised and the holiday property was beautiful."

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Nina | August | 2014

We loved the house, it was beautifully designed and built. The children adored their bedroom and playroom and it was amazing for them to have so much space. The master bedroom was fantastic too. We had a very relaxing and enjoyable week and were glad that we had some good weather as when the storms did come it meant we were indoors a lot and used more of the precious electricity. It is a great house for people who are happy to 'get back to nature' and to be remote and get away for it all, and accept this means there aren't the usual 'tourist', laid on activities on the doorstep, nor indeed ready access to shops and cafes, but a winner for people who have a spirit of adventure and can make their own fun!"

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Scott | July | 2014

Just writing to say how much we loved our week in the Eco holiday mountain retreat in Pyrenees (CA22). The house was wonderful and the surroundings were stunning. My wife and I thought the property and setting were even better than described and we had one of the best vacations ever. We also enjoyed Marcos' helpfulness and his homemade honey. We are now planning another trip to spain for Andalucia next year and will definitely book through Rustical Travel again. Thanks again for the great experience."

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Martin | July | 2014

We had a wonderful time at CA22. It was more remote than we expected (nearest town with grocer's is a half hour drive away) - and no landline, internet, or even mobile reception. But that turned out to be a blessing for a peaceful and adventurous holiday. The river pools at the bottom of the valley are quite stunning, as is the scenery generally. The wildlife is remarkable - particularly the birds of prey and the vultures. And the house itself is quite special - clearly a place whose owners have devoted enormous thought and care."

Rustical Update

In 2016 WiFi internet has been installed. It is rural internet so possibly limted / not good for streaming.

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Elena | September | 2013

A remarkable house, in a beautiful and peaceful location. A wonderfully designed house which managed to be both practical, intimate and very, very homely. Drinking coffee on the balcony in the morning as the sun rose over the mountains in front of the house was a delight. All in all, highly recommended."

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