On this page you can check availability on your selected dates and ask for further information. We will be happy to answer all your queries and do our best to meet your demands.

Casa Payer is closed during the winter period when we devote ourselves to managing the woods, procuring wood and many small improvements to the house, which is in constant flux.


   L/N  L/N  V  V
   Room & breakfast  Half board  Room & breakfast  Half board
 1 p.  € 80  € 96  € 96  € 112
 2 p.  € 80  € 112  € 96  € 128
 3 p.  € 96  € 144  € 96  € 144
 4 p.  € 120  € 184  € 120  € 184



Check-in is from 2 pm to 10 pm and check-out when you depart, is by 11 am. For a supplement of €15 per person, you may prolong check-out to 5 pm depending on availability. However, it is not possible to book this service in advance.


Breakfast is included.
We serve rich vegan sweet or salty breakfasts in the small room that looks across to the woods: homemade sourdough bread, baked in our wood-burning oven, cakes, biscuits, freshly picked fruit, fruit juices, herbal teas and jams homemade with products from the garden. Teas and coffee from fair trade.

Private bathroom

Each bedroom has a private bathroom.
You will find liquid soap in the dispensers, shampoo and foam bath ecological and vegan ok.

Transport & parking

We support walking tourism by offering a pick-up and drop-off service on arrival and departure.
Private outdoor parking facilities are available.


To confirm a booking we ask for a deposit, refundable only if cancellation is made at least 30 days before the arrival date.


Possibility of payment by cards and Satispay.


We welcome groups who wish to engage in residential activities in contact with nature, of two days or more, at a “tailor-made” cost per person per day, (min 6, max 12 participants). This includes exclusive access to the panoramic barn. Time of arrival to be agreed.


Vegan meal 16 € per person.

Extra bed

Extra bed: 20 euro.


Small pets accepted on request with a daily extra charge.
Pets must be accustomed/managed not to climb on beds, to respect the rules of coexistence and not to chase wild friends of the forest.

This post is also available in: French German Italian