Cal Jaume is a 14th-century country house located in the municipality of Castellolí, in the region of Anoia. Its environments provide a rich natural and cultural heritage, with prehistoric caves, fossils, waterfalls, stone mountains, forests and grain fields. The activities the area allows guests to undertake include excursions to the dam of Sant Martí de Tous and the Fou waterfall, whose course creates a series of gorges and streams. Its location is also an opportunity to visit the shrine of the Mare de Déu de Sentfores, the Romanesque chapel of Sant Pere de l'Erm and Santa Maria de Roqueta and, beside it, the remains of Roqueta castle, dating from the year 960.
Near the ruins of Castellolí castle and surrounded by a landscape of forests and fields, Cal Jaume features three double rooms. One has a bathroom, a living room and a balcony, while the other two share a bathroom. It offers its guests breakfast near the fireplace.