2 + 2 Guests (ideal for couples or families with one or two children)
La Cabanera was the old cattle road used by the shepherds of the plain to raise the herds to the mountain pastures in the Pyrenees. The road passed through the center of the town of Taús and was the only town through which the ravine crossed.
This loft-style accommodation is decorated with green colors and elements related to the flocks: a restored sheep feeder separates the kitchen-dining room from the bedroom, shepherd's hooks make a hanger and an illegal sheep's wool lamp illuminates the dining room ... In addition, we have restored the old kitchen table of Cal Rubia, which was also green, to support the stone sink.
Rooms: separated by a wall, without door plus sofa bed in the dining room.
Beds: 2 + 2
Kitchen: equipped with fridge, ceramic hob, microwave-grill oven and all the necessary utensils for your stay.
** Cal Rossa has a washing machine and dryer available to customers.