The Guest House

The guest house consists of 6 twin bedrooms and 6 bathrooms: two “suites” with en-suite bathrooms, and 4 bedrooms with adjacent bathrooms. There are many dining areas, interior and exterior and out, including a massive, glass-walled dining room overlooking the forest garden. There is a large double living room, and a fully-equipped, stunning modern kitchen. The castle tower atop the villa offers views of the Pyrenees and Garrotxa mountains, as well as the neighbouring Gavarres hills and the valley leading to the villages of Púbol and La Pera.

The Studio

The former Casademont Art Gallery has been transformed for creative, active and well-being activities. It boasts underfloor heating, 4m high ceilings, is fully-equipped for yoga, and has a huge glass wall which opens out over an Asian-style cloistered fishpond, with views into the forest. There are bathrooms and a shower, and air conditioning in summer.

La Bruguereta

This additional apartment is perfect for visiting teachers, cycling coaches, tour operator staff, or guests who would like a spot separate from the main villa. Adjacent to the yoga studio, La Bruguereta has two inter-linked bedrooms, a new kitchen, its own bathroom, parking, wifi, laundry facilities, and private entrances. It also has an outdoor eating area and patio space with lounge chairs.

The Gardens

The villa rests near the top of a gentle slope, and the holm oak and pine forest has been cut away in places to reveal views over the trees towards the Gavarres hills, and nearby olive and cypress groves. There are five different outdoor tables to choose from, a glass pavilion for table tennis or massage and treatments. Water is a recurring feature, with ponds linked by a stream, with fish and other aquatic life such as frogs and salamanders. There are several sheltered, enclosed areas in the forest, which are suited for lectures, yoga, calm reflection, meditation, stretching, or simply “me” time. There is a vegetable garden, and many fruit trees offering peaches, mandarins, avocados, oranges, loquats, apricots and figs, as well as a canopy of grape vines. Visit, and you can walk the marked forest trails and discover the fountain and bench in the trencadis style of Gaudí, a hexagonal glass tribune, a vintage Spanish telephone box, and a number of other follies.

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