The Cabanera was the old livestock route the shepherds from the plains used to take their sheeps to pasture in the Pyrenees mountains
The Cabanera was the old livestock route the shepherds from the plains used to take their sheeps to pasture in the Pyrenees mountains. The route passed through the village of Taús and was the only village the Cabanera crossed.
This apartment, loft type, it’s decorated with green colours and elements related to sheeps: one restored sheep trough separates the kitchen-dining room from the bedroom, a coat stand made by shepherd hooks and a lamp made by “xisqueta” sheep wool lights the dining room…Besides, we’ve restored the old Cal Rossa’s kitchen table, which was also green, to support the stone washbasin from the bathroom.
- Rooms: separated by a wall, without door and a sofa-bed in the dining room.
- Beds: 2 + 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Kitchen; equipped with fridge, cooktop, oven, grill-microwave and all the equipment required for your stay.
** Cal Rossa counts with a washing machine and a dryer at the guests disposal.
Type of reservations available
Weekend: check-in on Fridays and check-out on Sundays.
1 or 2 weeks: check-in on Saturday and check-out on Saturday