Elegant house located in the village of Solivella. The building, built in 1868, has been restored retaining part of the original architectural elements. The fun, bright rooms are decorated with antique furniture and old utensils from the wine cellar in the house. The owners organise visits to their farm that grows grapes and tasting events of their wines.
In the surrounding area guests can go hiking and cycling. Among the highlights are the Museu del Càntir in Solivella and the three jems of the Cistercian Route: Poblet, Santes Creus and Vallbona de les Monges. One of the seven modernist wineries built by the architect Ceèar Martinell and classified as a Cultural Asset of National Interest is in Rocafort de Queralt, a town 10 minutes by car from Solivella. In L'Espluga de Francolí guests can visit the Museu del Vi located in another of the beautiful modernist wineries of the region.