This is a charming triplex, built from the same stone and solid wood that once sheltered Casa Mariola’s livestock and rye from the cold of winter. Located in Ordino, near the ski resorts of Arcalis, VallNord and Pal Arinsal, VallNord.
Era Mariola offers the possibility to connect with Casa Mariola rural house up to 5 people.
During the process of restoration, special care was taken to preserve the original structure of the barn. Divided into three small floors: the cellar, the ground floor and the mezzanine. Three rooms that are three verses of a poem that whispers of intimate moments and words, of suppers by candlelight, of burrowing under a thick woollen blanket as the fire crackles.
The Era de Casa Mariola is small and cosy, the ideal haven for meeting a loved one.I WANT TO BOOK
- Capacity up to 4 people
- 1 double bedroom with a double bed
- 1 sofa-bed for two peoples
- 1 complete bathroom
- Equipped kitchen
- Dining room
GARDEN AND SURROUNDINGS
- Shared garden + 60 m2
- Outdoor grill barbecue
- Outdoor Furniture
- Dog house
- Caldea-Inúu: at 9 km
- Vallnord: at 4 km
- Grandvalira: at 13 km
- Supermarket: at 1 km
- Commercial area: at 9 km
- Heating throughout the house
WIFI + DIGITAL TV
- Internet connection
- Digital television
- Ease of parking at proximity on the outside
Cleaning and hygiene
Our team is in charge of preparing the cottage before your arrival.
Full set of bath towels.
Complete toiletry bag with toothbrush and toothpaste included.
Complete set of shower gel, shampoo and hair conditioner. Hair dryer.
Assortiment complert de llençols, nòrdic i cobrellit de la més alta qualitat.
Fully equipped with dishwasher, refrigerator, freezer, oven, microwave, Nespresso coffeemaker, vitro-ceramic, cleaning products, etc.
Safe, drying rack and iron.
Baby cot and high chair under availability.
Pets allowed with a maximum weight of 10 Kg – 10 € / day.
THE ENGRAVINGS OF SORNÀS
Very close to the era, heading for the alley that leaves the Mayor Plaza, the engravings of Sornàs are conserved almost intact.
They are representations of crosses and anthropomorphic forms, whose authorship is uncertain, although the legend says they were carved by witches.
HISTORY: FROM WOOD STOREHOUSE TO A NEST FOR TWO
The Era de Casa Mariola, like most barns of its time, was used as a wood store and shelter for livestock.
It differs, however, in that it was used by the locals of Sornàs as a place to cook bread. This can be seen in the smoke-stained wall on the ground floor, which we preserved during the process of restoration as a reminder to visitors, recounting the story that in the past this particular wall had captivated people with the aroma of newly-baked bread.
Close to the barn, along the lane from the main square, the Sornàs engravings remain almost intact.
These are drawings of crosses and anthropomorphic shapes, the artist being unknown but attributed by legend to the work of witches.
Casa Rural Era Mariola
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