With over one hundred years of service, this hotel is landmark in the world of inn-keeping in La Garrotxa and in the region of Girona.The structure of the establishment is that of a typical turn-of-the-century Catalan inn and hostelry. The current dining room is housed in the former stables and still preserves the original drinking trough and manger. Next to it were the porters' dining room, the village café and the gentlemen's dining room, which was right next to the kitchen to provide the appropriate level of service. Facilities on offer to guests include a reading area in a multi-use lounge with a TV, billiards, a fireplace and board games where guests may spend a pleasant few hours. The hotel also features conference rooms.The renovations carried out in 1995 consisted mainly of redoing the second floor of the building and converting it into more spacious bedrooms, with larger bathrooms, easier access and with the same services as on the first floor, i.e. a TV, a telephone and heating. Some rooms also have air conditioning and all retain a feeling of the beginning of the 20th Century, but with all the conveniences of the 21st Century. The hotel offers rooms with two single beds and rooms with double beds with most of the furniture dating back to the beginning of the 20th Century. The photo shows a matching headboard and night table which were rescued from the bonfires made by the troops of the ‘national' army when it occupied the hotel in 1939.