Possibly one of the most peaceful and beautiful places in the Pyrenees ...
Sarratillo is a small village belonging to the province of Huesca, located at 1 km. from Santa Maria de Buil, old centre of the “Sobrarbe”, included in the village of Ainsa-Sobrarbe.
As you can see from the photos, of the location, is the house surrounded by nature, fields and trees. Kids can run around and play freely without any danger from traffic or people.
Regarding the house itself…forget the problem of parking your car: next to the house you dispose of all the space you may want
The house, recently built (2005), is the result of a complete re-construction of an old structure and fits-in completely in its environment, as well with the other old buildings as with the surrounding landscape.
The house has 2 floors (a ground floor and a first floor) which are completely independent from each other but with the same characteristics and arrangements, each designed for 6 persons (+ possibility for 2 persons extra) Each floor composes of a kitchen, a dining room and sitting room, bathroom, 3 bedrooms with individual beds equipped with bed sheets and down blankets for your comfort. There is also a terrace, oriented to the South, with garden furniture.
All rooms have windows with wooden blinds and mosquito shields which can be rolled up. Those windows give you the sensation of light and space from where you can watch the beautiful views.
Each of the 2 floors of the house has the same equipment (capacity for 6+2 places)
en contains a refrigerator – freezer, a ceramic cooking plate, oven, dishwasher, washing machine, micro-wave, toaster, mixer, cutlery, plates, cups, pots and pans and all other things you need in the kitchen. Furthermore, there is an iron, an iron-board, a medical kit, bedding and towels and a hair-dryer. Each bedroom has a big wardrobe. Present is also a TV station with possibilities to watch national TDT and play DVD. Heating is electric with radiators.
There are as well round-games present and a complete tourism information folder about the region, the “comarcas” of the “Sobrarbe” and of the “Somontano” of Barbastro.