Ca l'Esteve, Gósol
Ca l'Esteve is fairly typical of houses in Gósol, with an enclosed yard and buildings on three sides. The yard is now a garden in which to relax, cook on the barbecue, or enjoy a drink after a long walk in the mountains.
Bedrock still peeks through the lawn, a curious feature in what could otherwise be the 18th green of a well manicured golf course, with the 19th hole close by.
The original house still stands, with its low ceilings, wooden beams, creaky floors, upstairs fireplace and all the incommodity associated with life in a small mountain village - draughts, insects and spiders, dust and more.
The self catering accommodation has only the odd insect to contend with, being of another age and with better insulation! It has access to the garden from upstairs, and to the street via the downstairs entrance.