El Buxaus is an 18th-century stone farmhouse located in the Montseny National Park within the province of Girona. Its position offers truly unrivalled views and peace and quiet. The garden is home to a centuries-old tree with listed status, one of the few Cade Junipers to be found anywhere on the Iberian Peninsula. The house has been lovingly restored over time, maintaining its original features and rustic style. The farmhouse is divided into three sections: the ground floor, which houses the communal areas for use by guests, the first floor, with 3 bedrooms, and a wing which is attached to but independent of the house itself, with a further two bedrooms. A second building houses the dining room and a covered porch used for all mealtimes.
It is a remarkable setting in terms of the surrounding countryside, the peaceful atmosphere and the landscape it surveys. The whole farmhouse is surrounded by extensive gardens and natural terraces, with a variety of different trees, above all chestnut, beech, holm oak and walnut. The privileged location offers remarkable views over the plateau of La Selva, the Guilleries uplands and part of the Gironès district. El Buxaus is the perfect base for numerous outings which we would be delighted to tell you about.
Options and/or suggestions of interest:
3- or 5-night pacakage with guided tours conducted by a botanical expert explaining all the features to be found along the way.