The Bech family has been conserving this family legacy for many years now, adapting the house to the requirements of the time. As a result of this ongoing desire to innovate, in 2014 they decided to restore the country house as rural accommodation. Previously, from 1980 to 2014, the house operated as Can Bech restaurant. After operating for several years they decided to package and sell one of the restaurant's most popular desserts and, over time, the offer was extended to other homemade products such as jams, sauces and chutneys.
The façade is dominated by a sundial while the interior features both vaulted ceilings and others in which wood is the prominent element.. Depending on the space and room in question, the furniture and décor vary from rustic to a more contemporary, almost minimalist style. The original stone can still be observed in the interior in the form of lintels, where the stone acts as an integrating element with the smooth, pale walls.