Asolo 8 km from the Lleida town of Solsona, La Vella Farga hotel is the dream come true of Gemma and Martí, a couple of entrepreneurs who fell in love with this old farmhouse of the eleventh century and its privileged enclave. The poor conservation of the building forced them to a thorough rehabilitation whose starting point was respect for the architectural heritage: the stone, the arch windows, the lookout…
Martí designed and decorated every corner of the new hotel divided into two buildings: the main one, with 9 rooms and restaurant, and next to it, La Caseta del Masover, an independent house with 4 double rooms, kitchen, dining room and terrace with porch. In total, 13 elegant rooms decorated with baroque headboards, furniture made with wooden beams, canopy beds, 18th century cabinets and spectacular chandeliers that live in harmony with avant-garde elements, such as the suite's suggestive round bathtub Pubilla, With stunning views of the valley. In the restaurant, open to the public, specialties such as lobster rice or dry mountain rice stand out. (The Hotel La Vella Farga belongs to Rusticae, rusticae.es).
The Solsonés region has a great natural attraction. The enclave of La Vella Farga is perfect for strolling through the forest, looking for mushrooms, observing the stars, bathing in a river of crystalline water or relaxing admiring the landscape. Sports enthusiasts can go skiing at the Portdel Comte station, 25 km from the hotel, or go hiking, paragliding, kayaking, horse riding or mountain bike tours in the region. Art lovers also have the possibility of discovering Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, Modernism or Neolithic jewels. It is essential to visit the town of Solsona, Sant Llorenç de Morunys, the Sanctuary of Miracle or the interesting Salinas de Cambril
Address: The La Vella Farga hotel is located in LLadurs, in the Solsonès region (Lleida).
Phone: 973 059 154.
[email protected] www.hotelvellafarga.com
Rooms: The price is from € 180 per night in a double room, with breakfast included. They have superior rooms and suites. The price of La Casta del Masover is € 750 / night and it can accommodate from 10 to 12 people. They have wifi service, outdoor pool and facilities suitable for people with reduced mobility.Advertising - Keep reading under Old Farmhouse to Hotel
In an intact natural site in the heart of Catalonia this spectacular farmhouse stands. Completely restored and converted into a rural hotel, La Vella Farga boasts a charming enclave, ideal for resting without sacrificing comfort.
The main building houses 9 rooms decorated in different styles. The classic elements coexist with modern touches and that rustic atmosphere so characteristic of a farmhouse. All rooms have magnificent views of the forest and the slopes of the Port del Comte ski resort.Velvet armchairs and chandeliers
Wood and stone are the predominant architectural materials. Inside, velvet armchairs and chandeliers show the most elegant face of the hotel. Some rooms -like the one in the picture- have a fireplace, loft or terrace.Large windows
Natural light and landscape sneak into the deco thanks to the presence of large windows open to the forest.Canopy bed and 18th century cabinets
13 elegant rooms decorated with baroque headboards, furniture made with wooden beams, canopy beds, 18th century cabinets and spectacular chandeliers that live in harmony with avant-garde elements,Triptych shaped wooden mirror
The rooms have original bathrooms. Gemma and Martí spent two years searching for unique pieces to decorate the hotel, such as this triptych-shaped wooden mirror. The exempt bathtub and the counter top washbasin put the avant-garde note.Restaurant with signature cuisine
La Vella Farga has a restaurant, where guests and guests from outside the hotel attend. The kitchen, of creative author, bets on product of proximity, seasonality and natural ingredients. All under the baton of chef Edgar Suárez Vergés.Sturdy wooden table
The robust wood of the tables contrast with the delicacy of the utensils. The exquisite porcelain tableware rests on individual tablecloths. A wild corsage delicately decorates each post.