In this graceful, rustic building in the upper part of town, the dining rooms are lined with historic photographs of Torla during the 19th and 20th centuries. The black marble-and-stone floor and the cadiera—a traditional open fireplace room with an overhead smoke vent—are extraordinary original elements of Pyrenean architecture. In late fall and winter, civets (stews) of deer, boar, and mountain goat are the order of the day. In summer, lighter fare
and hearty mountain soups restore hikers between treks.
Calle Fatás 55, Torla, 22376, Spain