Cal Ros is a house built in the early 18th century, which has been renovated to offer modern amenities while keeping its original structure of native stone walls. The accommodation offers a barbecue and calçots (spring onions) from the local crop, by reservation. The house can be rented for eight people or can also be partially rented.
The house is located in the small town of Guàrdia dels Prats, located two kilometres from the outstanding town of Montblac considered of great interest for its historic-artistic offering declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in the middle of the Cistercian Route. The municipality is walled with several religious and civil medieval monuments and important museums such as the Centre for the Interpretation of Rock Art and the Museum of Pessebres of Catalonia.