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75 m² vivibili
7 m² terrazza
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Simon and Lucy (the owners) live close by. We welcome you on your arrival and are available for help or any questions during your stay.
Secluded below the church in the attractive Medieval village of Torla lies our tastefully converted pajar. Torla, in the heart of the Spanish Pyrenees, is the gateway to the dramatic National Park of Ordesa and Monte Perdido with spectacular scenery and walks.
The cottage is set on three floors, with bedrooms on the top and lower floors, ideal for 1 or 2 couples or for a family with up to 3 children. Oak parquet floors, wood beams and period furniture all add to the charm of this cosy and well equipped house.
The top floor consists of one double bedroom,and a small bedroom with bunk beds, shared bathroom with heated towel rail, WC, sink, bath and shower. The kitchen-lounge diner with fireplace is on the middle floor. The lower floor has two small rooms, one single and one with a double sofa bed, shared bathroom with heated towel rail, shower, WC, sink and bidet. There is also a utility room with washer, iron and ironing board. All floors have central heating.
The house is just 2 minutes by foot up the steps to the charming village of Torla, with its narrow streets, medieval architecture and stunning mountain views. Local facilities include 2 supermarkets, tourist information with free internet access, 2 banks, doctors and chemist, local butcher, and numerous restaurants.
The National Park Visitors Centre is just 150m away. During peak holiday periods a shuttle bus runs from here into the Ordesa national park.. Outside these times the park can be reached by car (8km) or by foot (throughout the year), a beautiful 2 hour hike from the house. There are dozens of possibilities for spectacular walks, both from the house and within the park. For the more adventurous, white water rafting, mountain biking, horse riding, canoeing, canyoning, and via ferrata can all be arranged locally.
Times to other towns by car; 5 mins to Broto for petrol and medical centre, 50 mins to the moorish walled town of Ainsa. 60 mins to Jaca and then on to the valley of Anso. 90 mins to the provincial capital of Huesca. 80 mins to the spectacular National Park of Sierra de Guara.