Casa Teixidó is a country house offering three apartments in the heart of the Pyrenees. Lo Colomé occupies the top of the house and receives its name from the characteristic part of the houses in the area which had round windows that pigeons would enter during breeding season. The apartment sleeps six people in one triple, one double and one single room. In addition to the bedrooms, it has two bathrooms and a toilet, and a living room with a kitchen area.
The house is in Pallars Sobirà province, one of the largest and least populated of Catalonia. It is therefore a very quiet and uncrowded area of great natural beauty. Most of the province is protected land. The area is ideal for enjoying the high mountainflora and fauna, as well as outdoor activities and sports such as trekking, mountaineering, rock climbing and mountain biking routes.