The ground floor of El Porxo houses a charming apartment. The bedroom, with a double bed, has a patchwork bedspread and a tapestry over our grandparents' bench, both made using traditional Catalan checked roba de farcell cloth. Next to this is a fully-equipped bathroom and the kitchen, which is connected to the dining room by an open window and features the oldest fireplace in the house, which can still be used today.
From the windows or going outside, apart from the stunning view, you have a grandstand view of the zip train making its way up to Núria and can hear its highly evocative little whistle. And the old drove road runs right in front of the house, a track lined with ash and poplar trees which leads to the village station.
Daina is part of El Porxo. El Porxo, or the roof of the house, is next to the open space used as a threshing floor, and was used in the past as a barn for the hay and the cows that our father milked. Around 1965 work began on converting it into rooms for the guest house and today it houses the two apartments named Cucut and Daina.