Welcome to our City Oasis.
Nestled on one of the historic stairways connecting the old town of Girona, we have created a city oasis for you to feel at home while discovering the historic Barri Veil. The original bones of this historically catalogued building date back to the 16th century, which was completely rebuilt in 1934. Casa Puig as it was then called was one of four houses that were connected and used the city garden to grow fruit and vegetables. Accessible only by stairs, this is our tucked-away little refuge for you to enjoy when you’re after an escape from the mainstream.
Four carefully created suites each offer two bedrooms and bathrooms, one of which is en-suite. A spacious living area and open living kitchen allow for you to get comfortable and prepare a meal at any time of the day, should you wish to not visit any of Girona’s gastronomic highlights. Each apartment has a barbecue area and space to host a little get-together.
The two garden apartments have their own, private garden set against a historic wall and are dog friendly. Floor to ceiling windows and doors ensure there is plenty of light as well as a comfortable flow between in and outdoors.
The second floor hosts two sunlit apartments with floor-to-ceiling windows that open for a nice breeze and look onto one of the few gardens of the city center. Listen to the tree leaves rustle in the wind as you enjoy some downtime after a day of exploring.
All apartments have access to a unique rooftop with a large communal table, barbecue and a space to catch some always welcome sunrays. Sundowners are definitely encouraged on one of the city’s few rooftop spaces, with views of Girona’s iconic cathedral, the Old Town all the way to the start of the Pyrenees.
We stock the mini-bar (not that mini) with some local produce curated by our chefs at the La Comuna Café, as well as a selection of beverages. Should you wish to, we can even do your grocery shopping for you before you arrive.
La Comuna Café and Corner Store.
There’s a reason that Girona has become a mecca for endurance athletes. Yes, the roads, trails and waters provide endless opportunities for exciting training grounds. However, we all know the best way to an athletes’ heart is through our stomachs. La Comuna, by Jan and Emma Frodeno, was built upon a foundation of carefully curated local and ethically produced food that tastes damn good. We created La Comuna to share stories, cultures, and moments at our table, so pull up a chair.