The origins of the house date from the late 18th century. Some elements have remained unchanged, such as the oil press and five large tiled wineries, which even have their own names. The arched room, which still maintains an old, circular-domed wood oven in perfect working order, also features scales for weighing grain and a selection of farming implements from that time. Another element of note is the barrel-vaulted cellar under the house, which still features the original racks and barrels.
The rooms feature restored antique furniture and white bed linen. The rooms are named after some of the most famous stones from the old quarry of Masllorenç, from where large blocks were extracted for the building of La Pedrera in Barcelona, a project headed by the famous architect, Antoni Gaudí. The house also features several rooms suitable for events, presentations, courses or family meals. All the rooms retain the original architectural elements but have been adapted to the new technological requirements.