Set Terres, charming cottage, forms part of the rural estate known as Cal Estorc, built in 1772 and recently refurbished by Montse and Toni, respecting the fragile balance between the building tradition of Cerdanya in which the basic elements used are stone, wood and iron and a more contemporary style.
A genuine farmhouse in Cerdanya with just seven rooms, offering guests a pleasant stay in a refined, relaxing and peaceful setting. Each room bears the name of a field from the Cal Estorc estate.
The enormous hearth is the centrepiece of the house, that invites guests to spend hours watching the fire, accompanied by a large table that is typically found in farmsteads of the region of Cerdanya, where one can enjoy the choicest produce of our land.
The house stands next to the main square in the centre of the town of Llívia, which stands on French soil and has the oldest pharmacy in Europe and the most important Roman ruins in the Pyrenees region.
A house, its lands, seven fields, seven rooms, one villa…