Welcome to CASA ERDE situated in the village of Puyarruego, in the Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park at the entrance to the Anisclo Canyon, Aragonese Pyrenees, Huesca.
CASA ERDE is a 15th century stone house belonging to our ancestors that we have restored respecting its original structure and features.
Lodgings in Puyarruego
Escape to the wilderness
National Park of Ordesa and Monte Perdido. Huesca
C/ Mayor 16A · 22363 · Puyarruego . Aragonese Pyrenees· Spain
In simplicity is beauty. Our Tiny House has everything you need to enjoy the moment. Relax in our garden terrace with views.
65€ / night.
Nature lovers understand the pleasure of peace and quiet. Our rooms breathe tranquillity.
58€ / night.
58€ / night.
Our 15th century stone house is surrounded by unspoiled nature in a picturesque village. Ideal to enjoy with family or friends.
120€ / night.
Why stay at Casa Erde?
The architecture of our house is traditional of the farmhouses of the Aragonese Pyrenees. Five generations of our family have lived here. Our philosophy is hospitality, respect for nature and rural ways of life. The cooking is conscious of the environment and sourced locally. We are in the region of Sobrarbe, where the wild landscape is still in its natural state, with few human interventions. We are bike friendly.
We want our visitors to feel loved.
Escape and disconnect, live in the wilderness for a few days
With our experiences you will enjoy creative activities related to the environment; food, art, things made by hand and from nature. Get involved in cooking workshops, ceramics, photography, natural cosmetics, crochet, natural dyes, gastronomic tastings and hiking.
Live an experience with us
Healthy and Eco-friendly Food
Breakfasts, Dinners and Picnic Baskets
We can provide breakfasts, dinners and picnic baskets made with local sourced products that you can order during your stay.
"Der Besuch des Weingutes und die Weinprobe waren großartig. Wir probierten mehrere Weine und köstlichen Käse." Katrin und Gunnar
"Hemos hecho un sendero que va de Muro de Bellos a San Vicente de Labuerda, ha sido espectacular entre bosques. El guía muy amable y nos ha explicado mucho sobre aves y plantas." Maria y Miguel
"We've learned to cook Spanish tapas like potato omelette and croquettes. We have also made "crespillos", a typical dessert from the Pyrenees made with vegetables. Finally, we had dinner in the garden with our culinary creations." Tom and Mary
"La cata de vinos y la visita nos ha parecido una actividad perfecta para hacer un dia de nuestras vacaciones en el Sobrarbe. Algo diferente a practicar solo deporte. El servicio de transporte incluido deja disfrutar más de los vinos porque no tienes que conducir."Carmen y Daniela