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Habitaciones con Encanto

Cada una de nuestras habitaciones es única y tiene su propio estilo.

Su mobiliario artesanal les da un toque rústico que te transportará al pasado.

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Pequeña Doble

Contamos con tres habitaciones de este tipo que, al estar ubicadas al frente del edificio, ofrecen una vista excepcional a la terraza, el valle y la montaña.

Las camas son dobles y con un pequeño baño que incluye todos los artículos de tocador que necesitas y secador de pelo.

Doble superior

Disponemos de dos habitaciones de este tipo.

El primero tiene una cama con dosel con cortinas que le dan  un toque romántico.

La segunda está decorada con una colorida cabecera centenaria, mientras que la vista desde la habitación es por el camino que serpentea hacia la montaña.

Ambos tienen baños en suite más grandes, con las mismas comodidades.

Superior Twin

Esta habitación es especial porque tiene las mejores vistas, ya que tiene ventanas en la parte delantera, trasera y lateral del edificio.


El baño es privado y está equipado con ducha, artículos de aseo y secador de pelo.

Suite junior

Esta suite se encuentra en un edificio separado de la casa principal y tiene su propia terraza privada con acceso a la piscina desde una escalera tambien privada.


La habitación cuenta con una cama grande con dosel, una acogedora zona de estar y un baño con combinación de bañera y ducha.

Habitación  familiar

Lejos del edificio principal y con estacionamiento propio.


Esta suite puede alojar hasta cuatro personas. Tiene un jardín privado con fácil acceso a la piscina y al bar.


La suite tiene dos dormitorios, una doble y otra con dos camas individuales, y un baño con combinación de bañera y ducha. 

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Dani V., Tripadvisor

It's hard to write about Masia Sumidors without thinking of every charming cliche in the book - and "Hidden gem" is most apt of all. High up in the mountains of a national park, this beautiful old farmhouse stands proudly in a forest clearing, with a timeless old-world charm and wonderful hosts, Keith and Natalie, who make it feel like a home away from home. We stayed in the junior suite, which has its own private terrace and a winding path down through the garden to the pool. The views out over the park were incredible - and made it almost impossible to go anywhere! Every evening we ate in the hotel restaurant - Keith, the chef, is extraordinarily talented and cooked us some of the best food we had in Spain, using all fresh local produce. We left 3 days later feeling properly relaxed and rejuvenated.

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Glenys, Expedia

I just spent a weekend at Masia Sumidors with my partner and it was WONDERFUL! This old farm has a unique atmosphere and offers everything to relax, enjoy nature and the delicious food. Owners Keith and Nathalie do their job with so much heart and do everything to make sure you have a great vacation! Apart from this they are super friendly and after work they sit down with the guests to talk and have a drink. Also, Keith is a super cook and prepares a very rich breakfast and dinners with a super good quality price. As a room, I recommend reserving the "Junior Suite" as it is in a separate building with its own terrace and its own access to the pool, it gives it a touch of more privacy. The hotel is in the middle of nature, but still very close to Barcelona, Sitges and the places in the region that are worth visiting.

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Szymon, Google

Great location for venturing about the local area as its 10 mins from Sitges up in the mountain and close to a large inland town vineyard… The room is very old style and charming!! Lots of old features. It is not fitted out with modern features but that’s part of the charm and what you’d expect. They cleaned the room every day spotlessly. And the products were from botanicals which was a nice touch. There is a portable fan in the room which you may need as no AC. But room wasn’t too hot really… Just a nice chilled out place with very nice and hospitable hosts who are making a life in Spain with their family and doing a lovely job and trying to make improvements to the property all the time. Please support this business if you can. Even if it’s just for dinner, it’s well worth it!!!!

  • How do I get to Masia Sumidors?
    We recommend using Google Maps to find us as some navigation systems do not recognize our address. From Barcelona's El Prat airport: Follow the C32 towards Tarragona. Take exit 28 Sant Pere de Ribes. Turn right at the roundabout (C15B) Vilafranca de Penedés. You will see the Carnivor restaurant on the left, the entrance to our Masia is on the right-hand side just after a white house (the only one on this street). You will find us 800m up the lane, you are now in the Garraf National Park so please drive carefully and for you own comfort we recommend a speed limit of 10km/h. Here are our coordinates: N 41.2816635 / E 1.7651792 N 41º 16 '53 .989 "/ E 1º 45 '54.645"
  • How much is parking at Masia Sumidors?
    Self-parking is free.
  • Is Masia Sumidors pet-friendly?
    Yes, cats and dogs are more than welcome. There's a fee of 10€ per pet, per night. Service animals are exempt from fees. Please bring your own food, bowls and bedding for each pet. Water bowls are provided in common outdoor areas.
  • What time is check-in and check-out at Masia Sumidors?
    Check in is from 3:00 PM to 10:00 PM. If you are arriving later, late check-in is available from 11:00 PM to 4:00 AM for a fee of 10€. And you can check-out till noon.
  • Does Masia Sumidors provide a shuttle to the airport?
    Yes, we offer airport shuttles.
  • Do you offer vegetarian and vegan options at Masia Sumidors Restaurant?
    Of course, our chef is ready to serve for all types of dietary needs.
  • What are the closest attractions to Masia Sumidors? (by car)
    Ermita de Sant Pau (8 min) Castillo de Ribes (9 min) Playa de Sitges (14 min) Bodegas Torre del Veguer (16 min) Museo del Cau Ferrat (16 min) Iglesia de San Bartolomé y Santa Tecla (16 min) Castell de la Geltrú (18 min) Museo del Ferrocarril de Cataluña (18 min)
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