Hotel Masferrer

Masia Masferrer
08474 Gualba
+34 938 487 705
www.hotelmasferrer.com
hm@hotelmasferrer.com
HB-004073


Capacity 12 rooms | 24 people
Holidays January



In Hotel Masferrer we understand that a quiet atmosphere without any bother or noises is vital for making business decisions. We also think that apart from the latest technologies, business meeting attendees are looking for and valuing a place where they are treated in a personalized, friendly and thorough manner.

Masferrer has a cozy meeting room with capacity for 14-16 people, equipped with audiovisual devices necessary for the correct development of any convention, assembly or corporate meeting. In addition, if the company requires maximum privacy conditions, they can get the whole hotel exclusively at their disposal.


Rural Montseny

Paseig Montseny 62-68
08474 Gualba
93 848 72 66 / 649 99 41 78
www.ruralmontseny.cat
info@ruralmontseny.com
HUTB-005012/HUTB-00503/HUTB-005014/HUTB-005015/HUTB-005016/HUTB-005017/HUTB-005018


Capacity 2 to 10 people
Holidays None



We have a townhouse (formerly the home of a doctor) with capacity for 8/10 people and 6 apartments with capacities from 2 to 6 people. All accommodations are located at the entrance of the town of Gualba, just 100 meters from the square and near the forest and the river. The accommodations are totally renovated and equipped to enjoy visits with family or friends, for weekends, weeks or longer periods. The equipment can vary but the accommodations have a fireplace, heating, terrace with views, bright living room, fully equipped kitchen, wifi and games. The rental includes bed linen and towels.

The town of Gualba is located in the Montseny Natural Park, some 50 km. from Barcelona and Girona and only 25km from the beach. Gualba and its local area offer a wide range of possibilities for leisure activities: walking and bicycle excursions to the waterfall of the Salt de Gualba and the Black Pool or Gorg Negre, while there are facilities for paddle (Spanish squash) and pitch & putt. Other activities include searching for wild mushrooms, hunting, to know the RACC park, enjoying local culinary wares and discovering the heritage of Gualba and its surrounding area, such as the walled town of Hostalric and the Castle of Montsoriu.


Car routes

Routes for a whole day.




Through Tordera Valley
Sta. Mª de Palautordera – St. Esteve de Palautordera – Montseny – Coll Formic – El Brull – Seva
A route of some 30 kilometres; discover the heart of the Montseny.

Places of Interest:
Arboretum to Santa Maria de Palautordera, Castell de Montclús to St. Esteve de Palautordera, the town of Montseny with a monumental box tree, the Iberian town of Montgròs to El Brull, the Church of Santa Maria at Seva.

Walking routes:

The route of the spring of La Font Ferrussa to the town of Montseny: an easy route of one hour following the GR-5. The route of the Iberian town of Montgròs;. A route which begins at El Brull combines a visit to the Iberian town. Possibility of a guided visit.

 

Through the west of MontsenySant Celoni – Campins – Santa Fe del Montseny – Sant Marçal – Viladrau
Sant Celoni – Campins – Santa Fe del Montseny – Sant Marçal – Viladrau
A 38 kilometre route with different views of a variety of landscapes in the Montseny area.

Places of Interest:
Can Casades (audiovisual display and information point) and the reservoir of the Pantà to Santa Fe, the hermitage and Font Bona to Sant Marçal, Espai Montseny in Viladrau.

Walking routes:
The Empedrat de Morou route, a two hour sign-posted route along the valley of La Vall de Santa Fe through the beech forest.

 

Through the humit areas of Montseny
Seva – Viladrau – Arbúcies – Breda – Gualba
A 57 kilometre route along municipalities which surround the Natural Park of Montseny.

Places of Interest: The Church of Santa Maria de Seva, The European Nature Centre at Vila-drau, The Ethnological Museum of the Montseny-La Gabella at Arbúcies, the monastery at Breda, The Church of Sant Vicenç.

Walking routes:
A route along the River of Arbúcies: a pleasant, easy walk along the banks of the River of Arbúcies to the town’s centre.