Cal Padullés is a restored house notable for its stone walls, beamed ceilings and rustic furniture with modern touches. The house can accommodate up to eight guests in three bedrooms that feature wooden floors. The house also has two bathrooms, fully-equipped kitchen, lounge-dining room with fireplace and another lounge with loft area. Particularly notable is its underground wine cellar. Outside, there is a recreational area with covered barbecue, dining table and table tennis tables.
Cal Padullés is located on the main street of Plandogau - a quiet village belonging to Oliola. The municipality of Oliola is located in the Valle del Llobregós - a natural area spanning four regions: Anoia, Solsonès, Segarra and Noguera. Historically used as a natural line of defence, the valley is characterised by its abundance of border castles and hilltop fortifications.