Mas Albereda is a restored stone farmhouse set in the Catalonian countryside, 4.3km from Vic city. The gastronomic hotel of the famous Michelin chef Nandu Jubany is located at Sant Julià de Vilatorta. A special and relaxing weekend is waiting for you in one of the most beautiful spot of this region.
Book at the Mas Albereda hotel
FACILITIES OF MAS ALBEREDA
Mas Albereda has twenty rooms, three of them with Jacuzzi. Each room has its own particular charm and is unique, different from the rest. Most have been built adapting to the structure of the farmhouse, combining comfort and the most modern finishes with rustic architecture with centuries of history.
- 160€ double room/night breakfast included
- 200€ double superior room/night breakfast included
The restaurant offers a daily menu from Monday to Friday, both at noon and in the evening (except Wednesdays and Friday nights), as well as a tasting menu and an updated menu. Breakfast is always included in the price and it’s very good.
They offer Health & Wellness Facilities, like massages and indoor pool. Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and pets are allowed, charges may apply.
Mas Albereda’s restaurant seeks and finds the balance between the quality of traditional cuisine and modern and bright cuisine. Under the leadership of Nandu Jubany, the products of the land pass from the forest and the orchard to the plate.
A few km from the hotel is located the Can Jubany restaurant, 1stars Michelin. Jubany is a very famous Catalan chef all over the country. They offer 2 menus, 92€ and 135€, I tasted the second one and was delicious. You can also taste the cheaper menu at the restaurant of the hotel for 46€.
AROUND THE HOTEL
Vic’s location is 69 km from Barcelona and 60 km from Girona. Vic is of ancient origin, don’t miss the Square, the Roman Temple, and the Stone Bridge. Parking is very easy, on Sunday public parking is free.
The Pantano de Sau or Sau lake hides under its waters a precious secret is located just a few km from Vic. Every season when its flow decreases, little by little the old town of San Román de Sau emerges, considered one of the jewels of the sunken towns of Spain.