La Casa de la Abuela Pilar is a stone and noble wood house from the 19th century, which was the home of four families and worked as a butcher shop, farmhouse and mill. Completely remodeled and restored, it can be defined as a "museum of wood": its spiral staircase (made with a 10 m wooden beam in one piece) and the elm arches that give access to the kitchen and large corners to enjoy with friends, couple and family.
It is perfectly equipped to offer maximum comfort in a rustic, elegant and cozy atmosphere. It has three floors:
- the ground floor consists of fully equipped kitchen and large living room with fireplace and TV, dining room and bathroom
- on the upper floor there are three bedrooms, each with a full bathroom
- the last floor is attic and has two rooms, each with a separate full bathroom, and a common meeting room for two
Next to the house there is a picnic area distributed over 2 floors which is rented separately: on the ground floor is the kitchen, the barbecue, the oven and 2 large tables. The upper floor is a living room and games where you can see the wonder of chairs and a wooden table in one piece each.