Buira is a little village situated in the valley of Manyanet that at one time had up to six houses. One of these was Casa Masover that was bought in the early 19th century by the Palau family, our great-grandparents. At the time when most neighbours were leaving the village and the valley to settle in the big cities, our grandparents Ton and Maria decided to stay, build a new house and carry on with the cattle and the farm.
That new house where Ton and Maria, our grandparents, and Tonet and Mercè, our parents, lived became a rural guest house for agritourism in 1986, pioneering this sort of accommodation in the region of Pallars Jussà and exploring the possibilities of our humble and quiet valley. Nevertheless, the family have remained linked to their fields and the cattle in just the same way, this being the backbone of their activity.
In the early 90s the Casa Masover Restaurant was inaugurated and in 2001 the building works on the Casa Masover holiday apartments ended. During this decade the Palau family’s third generation has been incorporated into the business, including Josep (kitchen), Montse (rural guest house) and Toni, who in 2010 opened the Vall de Manyanet horse-riding centre.
Casa Masover’s last project has been the creation of the Eco Carn CASA MASOVER brand that offers 100% ecological beef (Bruna dels Pirineus cattle breed).
In short, three generations are working together so that you can reencounter the nature, quietness and the family atmosphere while enjoying your holidays.
Welcome to Buira, welcome to our home!