Casa Alejandro was built around the 12th century and has been restored as rural accommodation, keeping some of its original structures. The house is distributed over three floors, two of which are for the private use of the owners. The house sleeps nine guests. The first floor, available to guests, consists of three double rooms overlooking the valley and Plaça del Castell.
The house is located in the centre of the medieval village of Montsonís, at the foot of the Montsec mountains and very close to Artesa de Segre, in the Noguera region. The province offers an environment rich in cultural, landscape and gastronomic heritage, distinguished by the Castles and Cistercian Route, a cradle of Catalan Romanesque art, and the astronomical park located in the Montsec mountains, where guests can also practice various adventure activities such as caving and rock climbing.