Mas Puigdevall is a 17th-century manor house, noted for its large wooden balconies that dominate the façade. It offers two separate accommodations in the former sheds that were used to house livestock or straw, which have been restored and fitted out as accommodation. The interiors boast a classic rustic style, with stone walls and beamed ceilings. The house is suitable for disabled guests.
The natural territory of Garrotxa offers two completely different landscapes: the south is dominated by the gentle relief of the Parc Natural de la Zona Volcànica de la Garrotxa, which contrasts with the steep massifs of L'Alta Garrotxa in the north. The Bianya valley is located halfway between the two regions and consists of meadows, small streams and forests of holm oaks, oaks and beeches. It is ideal for hiking and cycling.