In this stately mansion, which has been restored as a hotel, all the details are taken care of to provide quality and a noble atmosphere to the stay, but with a friendly and familiar service. The décor and wall paint, furniture and decorative elements, the vaults of the rooms, the outdoor spaces and how those are used seek that sophistication which never gets away from the warmth you expect from an agritourism establishment. Each of its rooms, which are named after different herbs, features distinctive characteristics, resulting in different wooden headboards, some of which are crafted and others also polychrome-painted.
The spa and heated pool seek the peace and calm of old Arab baths, aided by the dim natural light coming from the skylight. The traditional stone has been replaced in these spaces by elegant slate floors and walls, while the roof is covered with warm wooden slats. It is in this space where reiki and chiromassage services are offered.