The house of the journalist José Ramón Marcuello can offer the charm and tranquillity of a typical house of the Aragonese Pyrenees. On the ground floor is the hallway, a full bathroom and a storage space. On the first floor you can find an entrance area with a kitchen and a wine cellar; on the second floor, the living room with two sofa beds and the dining room; on the third you can find the bedroom with two double beds and another full bathroom and on the last floor is the attic with a beautiful view of the valley. The bedroom consists of a double bed with studio, library, television... and full bathroom. The house is located in the old town of Boltaña.
Location: Boltaña, the village where the house is located, is the neuralgic centre of the Sobrarbe. From here you can visit at an equal distance the Ordesa valley, Gistaín valley, Pineta valley and, closer, is the Broto valley or the Añisclo canyon, without forgetting the beautiful uninhabited village of Jánovas.
Sport activities: Uncountable activities are possible: from 4x4, rafting, hiking, skiing in Cerler or Piau Engaly, fishing, hunting...
Spectacular scenery: For the lovers of photography it's the ideal place to take both the traditional architecture and the landscape, the rivers and mountains, costumes, typical constructions, folklore, etc.