Abadía de Coscojuela

A magnificent stone manse built in 1689 stands in the village of Coscojuela de Sobrarbe, 8kms from Ainsa.  The house has been lovingly restored using the very best of local products and decorated with exquisite taste using local furniture. Special attention has been paid in keeping with the period of the house creating a warm and luxurious atmosphere.

COTTAGE DETAILS

A solid oak door leads into the entrance hall, where the central feature, a noble stone staircase leads up to the second level.  On the ground floor, the former stable and bodega have been respectively transformed into a beautiful living dining room and a kitchen with an original Aragonese table.  Both rooms have wonderful rounded stone ceilings as well as stone floors and walls.  This floor also houses a double room and separate toilet. On the top level, one rustic stone double bedroom with balcony looks onto the village square.  A second bedroom with window seats looks onto the front garden.  The remaining double room, which contains a beautiful antique oak bed, is accessed via the large former dining room, whose floor tiles were recuperated from a former monastery.  The original historical kitchen with fireplace adjoins the dining room.

People: 2 – 12

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Abadía de Coscojuela

A magnificent stone manse built in 1689 stands in the village of Coscojuela de Sobrarbe, 8kms from Ainsa.  The house has been lovingly restored using the very best of local products and decorated with exquisite taste using local furniture. Special attention has been paid in keeping with the period of the house creating a warm and luxurious atmosphere.

COTTAGE DETAILS

A solid oak door leads into the entrance hall, where the central feature, a noble stone staircase leads up to the second level.  On the ground floor, the former stable and bodega have been respectively transformed into a beautiful living dining room and a kitchen with an original Aragonese table.  Both rooms have wonderful rounded stone ceilings as well as stone floors and walls.  This floor also houses a double room and separate toilet. On the top level, one rustic stone double bedroom with balcony looks onto the village square.  A second bedroom with window seats looks onto the front garden.  The remaining double room, which contains a beautiful antique oak bed, is accessed via the large former dining room, whose floor tiles were recuperated from a former monastery.  The original historical kitchen with fireplace adjoins the dining room.

People: 2 – 12

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