The estate is located in a low mountain valley created from the intersection of the Montseny massif and the mountains of Les Guilleries, both areas of special natural interest. The Mas de Riudecòs has used natural resources, agriculture and livestock for its livelihood throughout its history. Today, the use of forest resources is still the farm's main activity, but shared with the agritourism service. Thus, chestnut trees, oaks, poplars, alders, banana trees and pines shape the Riudecòs environment.
The accommodation is spread over three complete houses. Two of them, Les Golfes and Cal Masover, can be rented together, with a total of thirteen beds, while El Molí is always rented separately for up to eleven people. All rooms are decorated combining rustic elements with modern ones, they are very cosy and quiet.