Located in the old part of the village of Tavertet, which has been declared a Site of Cultural Interest for its 17th and 18th-century houses, El Quintà is a house that dates back to 1772 and was converted into two apartments in 2003, which can be let separately or together. El Quintà 1 can accommodate five to six guests. It consists of two double bedrooms, one of which also has a bunk bed, bathroom and large kitchen-dining room-lounge with TV and fireplace. The outdoor area features a porch, barbecue, pool and garden.
From here, guests can see the cliffs above the River Ter and the Sau reservoir. The area is ideal for walking the GR-2 trail, doing adventure sports like rafting and canoeing, going horse riding and mountain biking, and exploring the craggy landscape of the region of Collsacabra and the Guilleries mountains.