Casa Perdiu

Contact information
Carrer del Mig, 5
25632 Guàrdia de Noguera
Pallars Jussà, Pyrenees
Pallars Jussà
The accommodation The house is adapted to persons with reduced mobility, and all floors can be reached by elevator. We also have a small orchard with olive and other fruit trees, as well as a vegetable plot where you can collect seasonal fruits and vegetables for your meal.

Casa Perdiu is located in the town of Guàrdia de Noguera (Guàrdia de Tremp). Dating back to 1840, the house has been fully renovated but preserves its antique appearance thanks to its stone façade. Casa Perdiu has six bedrooms, of which three are adapted for people with reduced mobility (as are the common areas). Each bedroom is equipped with its own bathroom. The house oozes simple charm and comfort and boasts a large dining room, a cellar, and a games and reading room.

Casa Perdiu has six bedrooms. Three bedrooms, as well as the common areas, are adapted for people with reduced mobility. All of the bedrooms have a full en-suite bathroom. We also rent out three independent apartments, with capacity for 4 or 6 guests.
Catalan and Spanish
6 bedrooms (3 suitable for people with reduced mobility)
Services Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in the dining room. We offer generous portions of lunch and dinner made with healthy regional products. Guests can choose from a sweet or savoury breakfast: toast with marmalade, or toast with tomato and cold cuts. Laundry service is available for those who request it. The owners of the house are intimately acquainted with the region and would be delighted to help you plan your day. Casa Perdiu does not have its own swimming pool, but there is a public pool available in the town.
Casa Perdiu offers the possibility to explore the vegetable garden, where you can collect vegetables to make your meal depending on the season. Our youngest visitors will jump at the chance to visit the bunnies and collect eggs from the hens. In our humble opinion, every corner of the Pallars Jussà offers something fascinating to discover. History buffs can take a guided tour of three of the castles conquered by Arnau Mir de Tost. Those who prefer a more relaxing holiday can walk, cycle or jog through a limitless network of green trails, forests and marked routes dotted with hermitages and small villages and accompanied by the sweet sounds of nature. If you're feeling daring, why not take a class in paragliding or hang gliding, or try your hand at rock climbing or canyoning? The Pallars sky has earned the moniker "Starlight" because it is considered the ideal place to see all the constellations. We are also surrounded by lakes that offer a wide selection of water sports. If you're looking for a holiday that combines nature and culture, you've come to the right place.
Interesting places Nearby landmarks include the Mont Rebei Gorge, the Mur Castle and the Montsec Observatory.
How to get there Guàrdia de Noguera might be listed on your map or GPS as: Guàrdia de Noguera (current name), Guàrdia de Tremp (former name) or Castell de Mur (name of the municipality).