View from the street
Put your feet up and enjoy the view
Soak up the views and the sun on the balcony
A drink on the back balcony
View from the side window
Living Area leading on to the balcony
Comfortable living area
Inside dining area
Well equipped kitchen
Well equipped kitchen
View from the front balcony looking right
View of the front of the house
Casa Ermita (Hermitage House) is attached to the Ermita (chapel) and is one of the highest houses in the village with breathtaking views across the River Ebro and up towards the mountains of El Ports Natural Park. It’s a space to relax and unwind in comfort surrounded by nature and the sense of village community. It’s all on your doorstep to explore or just soak it in and relax. It’s rustic but with all the mod cons.Check availability
A self contained ‘apartment’; with a bedroom, bathroom, salon, kitchen area & internal courtyard.
The first floor consists of:
Double "Blue" Bedroom with ensuite and door onto small terrace internal terrace. Closet, hanging rails, mirror and bedside table. A mosquito hung from ceiling to cover the bed in mid summer.
Bathroom with shower, loo, basin, towel rails, mirror and window.
Twin ‘orange ‘room. 2 new mattresses on beds each with mosquito nets from ceiling. Window onto terrace with net and rolling shutter. A mirror, shelves, hanging hooks, a chair, drawers and little fruit crates on wall for storage.
Shower room and toilet
Single ‘green’ room. Good bed. Small chair. Hanging hooks. Extra new mattress. Baby travel cot.
Landing. Door onto front balcony with little table and chairs looking out across the village & the hermitage. Desk with book shelf above laden with Spanish themed tomes from history to novels and short stories.
All beds will be made with fresh sheets. Towels are provided for each of the bedrooms (but not beach towels).
When we bought the house, the attic (mezzanine alto) was a massive storage space for olives and fruit with a terraza for hanging clothes to dry. We have turned it into a living space and expanded the terrace to make it a sunny space to sit and relax with breathtaking views across the lowlands along the river (Baixes Ebro) up to the mountains high lands (Terra Alta). There is a dining table with 6 chairs and a picture window out over the village. Seating for the terrace - including deck chairs. A built in L shaped sofa to recline for long, relaxing days reading, thinking and chatting. The kitchen is fully equipped with large American upright fridge/freezer, oven, washing machine. Hot water on tap. All utensils, crockery, glasses cutlery for cooking up a feast from the local produce or just chill with the beer or wine and a platter of jam on serrano. The local drink is vermouth and squeezed fresh oranges/clementines. That will be waiting for you when you arrive to get your holiday started!
Board games, cards, music and all sorts of books for you to dip into and enjoy. A folder in full of leaflets, maps and things to do in the area so you can plan your days out. There is no TV but internet connection via3G is available. There currently isn’t air con and it does get stifling in July and August. There are electric fans and nets to protect from midges in bed. Citronella candles also on terrace do the job.