Between 1830 and 1850, many people in Begur emigrated to Cuba to seek their fortune. Some grew rich and, in return, did build large colonial mansions, where they settled until the end of their days, as if to show their citizens the extent of their fortune. These wealthy people are known to indianos. The building that houses the hotel is a colonial mansion built in 1866, an Indian house built by Caner Bataller Bonaventura, who had emigrated to Cuba with his brother Pedro in 1833. Initials, BCB, are still visible, engraved on the lintel of the entrance door of the hotel, and formed into wrought iron gate of the restaurant. Bonaventura was married twice, but remained childless. His niece Geli Lluïsa, daughter of the sister of his wife, was the last family member to live in the house. Since 2004, the first weekend in September, we celebrate the Feast of Begur Indiano, in tribute to all the children in the country who contributed to enrich the community and through which to walk today in Begur akin to wander the streets of Havana. You can walk in Begur along a route at the discretion of the various colonial houses are preserved. A plate which briefly explains the origin is located at the entrance of each house.
Restaurant, Vegetarian menu, Walk to restaurants (offsite), Honesty bar, Garden, Terrace, Guest lounge, WIFI internet, Guest computer, In room treatments available, Bicycles available, DVD library, Concierge service, Available for exclusive use, Pets welcome by arrangement, Off street parking, Airport Transfers.
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