Mas de Simó is a small country house typical of the Delta del Ebro, located in the middle of the rice fields.
It was built in the early fifties as a temporary dwelling for the owners of the rice farm, to be used during the periods of preparation and collection of rice production. At that time the most common mode of transport was the horse-drawn carriage and the communication with the village of Amposta took at least between three hours. That’s why it was necessary to make life in the house all week.
Mas de Simó has two double rooms, one on the ground floor and the other on the first floor, with a bathroom with shower on each floor.
On the first floor we find this double room, which can be converted into twin room if you tell us in advance. Sheets are included. You will also find a wardrobe, bedside tables and an electric heater. In addition, we will leave you towels and a small heater in the bathroom.
On the ground floor we have this double room, with bedside tables, wardrobe and an electric heater. Sheets are included. You will also find towels and a small heater in the bathroom.
There are variuos areas in the house where you can enjoy a good meal, a relaxed reading, long conversations, family games, or where you can simply observe the wonderful landscape surrounding the Mas de Simó.
The covered porch is surrounded by glass, letting in the natural light. There is a table with chairs, where you can spend some time, and lighting for when it gets dark.
The kitchen is equipped with all cooking and eating utensils, as well as capsule coffee maker, toaster and a small oven. There is also the main table, with 6 chairs.
In the living room there is a sofa, 2 armchairs, TV and the main fireplace of the house, with firewood to light it. It’s a very bright space if you open the wooden gate.
The first floor office – living room, has a table with 2 armchairs and a desk. If you like looking at the stars, you can use the telescope.
At the entrance there is a wood-burning stove ready to run. You can also find brochures with information about nearby places of interest.
The terrace was the place to dry the rice, a very large space to play, with a eucalyptus tree with years of history and a wooden table in the shade.
In order to preserve the old patio, we park the cars under a shed that you will find as soon as you arrive at the house.
In the backyard there is the barbecue, which you can use to cook with the wood that you will find here.