The Rectoria de Sant Miquel de Pineda is a 12th-century house located in Sant Feliu de Pallerols, in the heart of Vall d'Hostoles in the Garrotxa region. The municipality, which is home to over over fifty springs, is divided by the River Brugent, a tributary of the River Ter. The north forms part of the Parc Natural de la Zona Volcànica de la Garrotxa and is filled with holm oak and oak forests; the south forms part of the Espai d'Interès Natural del Collsacabra. The accommodation is located between the Romanesque chapel of the same name and the greenway, which extends from the Pyrenees to the city of Girona and the Costa Brava. The three castles which dominate the valley (Hostoles, Castle Puig-Alder and Colltort castles) are a must-see, as well as the banks of the River Brugent, the volcanoes and fountains. It is possible to request a guide to plan walking, biking or horse riding activities.
The house has seven bedrooms, all with en suite bathroom distributed over two floors. It also has two living rooms, fireplace, bar and swimming pool, and offers a restaurant service for breakfast and dinner.