Entire fourth floor (1.615 sq. ft. total/ 150 sq. m.) traditional house. Good place for couples, families and even groups until 8 people.
The perfect location for guest looking for tranquillity, not so warm temperatures during a summer in Spain, nature, picturesque villages built in stone and mountain sports; staying at the same time in the historical centre of a medieval place as Boltaña.
The house has a vertical display of its spaces linked by its staircase. The entrance is in the ground floor; there is a cellar and a bathroom-toilet. The first floor is fully dedicated to culinary spaces with a fully equipped kitchen and a vaulted wine cellar. The second floor, without partition walls, is a whole living room with a sofa-bed and a chimney. The upper two floors are devoted to the private use. In the third floor you’ll found two double beds and a bathroom-toilette. Under the eaves, in the fourth floor, a cosy semi-independent room with a bathroom-toilette, a large work table and a small space to chill in two armchairs with the best view of the house over the mountains.
Decoration attempts to make the link between modernity and tradition. Vernacular objects are mixed with contemporary comfort specially in living areas as kitchen, bathrooms and rooms.
Guest have access to the fully equipped kitchen (with microwave, oven, induction cooking, a washing machine and a normal fridge) In the living room you will found a chimney and a flat screen television; other two small TV are present in the house. Of course the Wi-Fi is included as well as a hair dryer, towels, dishcloths and sheets.
Dikkat edilecek diğer şeyler
The situation of Boltaña, in the heart of the Pyrenes, gives you the opportunity to easily reach many interesting natural, architectural, ethnological and gastronomic places.
Boltaña is situated in a valley of the Ara river between the mountains. The natural value of the area is quite important even more because of its closeness to the National Park of Ordesa and Monte Perdido. Many mountain sports can be practised locally as hiking, rafting, canoeing, climbing, rappelling, speleology, mountain biking, etc.
The heritage point of view begins from the village itself. Its monastery, its old bridge and its stone made centre are good places to visit. 7,2 km from there is situated Aínsa, another medieval village with a lovely gothic square and a beautiful Romanesque church. However, a lot of small inhabited and uninhabited villages surrounding Boltaña are really worth places to go.
A combination of heritage and nature complemented by the traditional kitchen of the area, the handmade products sold and the cultural events mostly in summer time as traditional music festivals.
Feel free to contact me for further information or for advice.
Arquitecto e historiador del arte de origen Español y Aragonés, bastante viajero y habiendo vivido en Francia, Italia y Reino Unido durante la última década.