CASA MAURI

Casa Mauri is situated in the village of Santa Engracia in the foothills of the Pyrenees above the town of Tremp. The village is located on a rock outcrop offering spectacular views of the Tremp valley to the south with its two lakes and the Montsec range of mountains and to the north the high Pyrenees, snow-capped for much of the year. Also on the top of the pinnacle, above Casa Mauri, there is a Romanesque watch tower and a set of dinosaur footprints! Casa Mauri fully licensed has been renovated to all health and safety standards and provides two ... + Read More

Casa Mauri is situated in the village of Santa Engracia in the foothills of the Pyrenees above the town of Tremp. The village is located on a rock outcrop offering spectacular views of the Tremp valley to the south with its two lakes and the Montsec range of mountains and to the north the high Pyrenees, snow-capped for much of the year. Also on the top of the pinnacle, above Casa Mauri, there is a Romanesque watch tower and a set of dinosaur footprints!

Casa Mauri fully licensed has been renovated to all health and safety standards and provides two spacious and modern apartments whilst maintaining a traditional appearance of beamed ceilings and a contrast of pointed stone and white- painted plastered walls. All apartments can be linked to cater for larger groups such as walking, climbing and birdwatching associations.

Shown on Trip Advisor as ‘excellent’ by guests Casa Mauri is impressively situated on a rocky outcrop above the town of Tremp, providing magnificent views of mountains and lakes. Casa Mauri has been renovated to provide modern facilities whilst retaining the original farmhouse character of exposed beams and contrasting stone and white-plastered walls. Both apartments are fully licensed by the tourist board and have passed all health and safety requirements. The region is a wildlife paradise with a wide range of birds, wild flowers and butterflies. It is an ideal place to experience many outdoor adventures. Casa Mauri was featured in Ed Docx’s full page article in the Sunday Express travel section of 20 August 2000 and in a 3 page article in Issue 2 (Feb/March 2004) of the magazine ‘Spanish Magazine’ describing the range of walks in the area around Santa Engracia and featuring a number of colour photos. The perfect ‘getaway’ holiday.

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