The farmhouse dates from 1704 and about 4 years is fully restored ago, at the time of the restoration was thinking about the environment, using paints based on lime and materials that were not harmful to the environment and try to have a balance with the environment, without being aggressive, points to note is that is a farmhouse with rustic touches, Mediterranean, boho-chic touches and something fun.
All the furniture has been restored to those who already had in the farmhouse and other brocanteurs bought in flea markets and subsequently restored. You can find baskets and strainers or lamp, the doors of the house as bed heads and large windows and mirrors.
Each room invites you to discover the details behind them. In the new part we have released this new season has been cast so that the energy qualification of the building is the most favored possible, all appliances, whether mini-bars, televisions, air conditioners ... comply with the certificate and even used the lED bulbs throughout the hotel. The temperature of the rooms always seeks to keep it in the recommended, in summer for air and in winter for heating, to consider the heating of the room when in winter are all the lit fireplaces, is not necessary because it is distributed well throughout the farmhouse.
Although we wash clothes in the washing machine, then dry them on a clothesline. We carry a comprehensive control of utility bills trying to reduce consumption to the maximum. Almost do not make trash and the little we do recycle it, we make sure all products consumed in the hotel are local products, proximity and seasonal, trying to carry the organic seal and avoiding buying products packaged as both plastic as glass generate a lot of trash. Our garden irrigation system is connected to a small purification system that we have connected to the pit of the house taking advantage of recycled water for irrigation.
The hotel pool is salt water, salt pool makes natural chlorine and is more beneficial to the skin than chemicals freshwater pools, used to fill the well of the house.