Fox House is a magnificent medieval building, over 1200 years old and perched high on top of a rocky outcrop at the foot of the Spanish Pyrenees. 180km from Barcelona, it is positioned in a spectacular rural location 12km from the nearest town of Tremp in the province of Lerida.
Known locally as ‘Casa Guilla’ (Guilla meaning Fox in old Catalan) the stone property has earned its living as a garrison, and farm, and a rural bed and breakfast.
Soon to start its new life as a unique retreat, the doors of Fox House will be open once more and guests will be able to enjoy its splendid atmosphere from summer 2016.
Over the years Casa Guilla has been featured in:
- The Independent (July 1991) - by Sue Carpenter
- Magazine Guide (March 1992) - The best hotels, restaurants and bars in Northern Spain Telegraph (June 1994)
- Duncan Petersen (March 1996) - 'Charming Small Hotel Guide, Spain', 'Holiday Which?’
- Alastair Sawday's Guide To - 'Special Places To Stay In Spain', 'Special Places To Stay Europe'
- Dorling Kindersley - 'Great Places to Stay in Europe', 'The Rough Guide to Spain' and 'The Rough Guide to The Pyrenees'