Ca de Corral is a traditional farmhouse residence restored in 1995. While it retains all its rustic charm, it has been adapted to modern day requirements. It is located in the village of Taüll in the Boí Valley, just 100 metres from the iconic Romanesque church of Sant Climent. The accommodation has its own restaurant, El Mallador, as well as a shop for homemade products and articles relating to Romanesque art. Breakfast is offered in the bar on the square by the Romanesque church of Santa Maria.
The village of Taüll houses two Romanesque churches, Santa Maria and Sant Climent, which have been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO and were built between the 11th, 12th and 13th centuries.