Mas Baldrich / Petit Mas Baldrich Querol
Mas Baldrich is a typical Catalan farmhouse built during the 19th century, located in the municipality of Querol, on a small hill that gives it privileged views of the Catalan Pre-coastal Mountain Range, more specifically of the Bloc del Gaià. Its location between the sea and the mountains is ideal for family tourism and enjoying many varied activities.
The farmhouse was renovated in 1998 respecting the structure and style of country houses from two centuries ago, with plastered stone walls and a two-sided Arabic tile roof. It is currently a rural dwelling associated with an agricultural and livestock farm, owned by CAGIMA SL., surrounded by a 460-hectare farm. Mas Baldrich is located in a privileged environment surrounded by nature. Surrounded by forests and cultivated fields, it favors a stay of peace and tranquility.
In the same farmhouse you will find two totally independent facilities: Mas Baldrich and Petit Mas Baldrich. Both have all the services and details for you to enjoy an unforgettable stay.
Mas Baldrich has 5 double bedrooms, four bathrooms and a dining room for 15 people.
Petit Mas Baldrich, meanwhile, has three double bedrooms, two bathrooms and a dining room for 8 people. In both houses you will find an outdoor terrace with barbecue and views, living room with fireplace, fully equipped kitchen, hot water and heating, Wi-Fi throughout the house and 24-hour service.
Activities and environment
Within the same farm you can enjoy many excursions on foot or by bicycle, such as a visit to the Gaià River, just 20 minutes away. The great unevenness of the peaks of Montseny to the pothole of the Tordera leaves spectacular waterfalls such as the Gorg Negre. If you like climbing, you will also find “ Las Peñas de Mas Baldrich ” inside the estate.
Near Mas Baldrich you can also find the set of medieval castles and towers of Alt Gaià, which are historical elements of great value to understand the development of this territory. We suggest you visit the most significant fortifications around Alt Gaia to learn about their history and how they have survived the passage of time, as well as the route of the Alt Gaià flour mills.
Mas Baldrich is also a privileged place to enter the Cistercian Route with its three Cistercian monasteries: Vallbona de les Monges, Santes Creus and Poblet.