My dad was a big fan of trout fishing and the rest of the family was into hiking. We spent our vacations between lakes and scree slopes, discovering the highest peaks and the largest lakes. That unforgettable time was the happiest of our lives. The family fell in love with Llebreta Lake and the meadows, pastures, and mountains of the Vall de Boí and decided to construct the small family building on a piece of land called “Las Pegueras” back in the 80s.
Things really got going in 1986 when my parents, Margarita and José, opened the accommodation to summer tourists, who at the time would spend a whole month on vacation and become friends of the family. In 1991, with the opening of the Boí Taüll ski resort, the family decided to open the accommodation in winter for skiers too.