Ca’n Llompart is a house of coziness and relaxation. The Mediterranean style of the former annex was preserved by the architects who converted and extended it. The building includes seven spacious and colourful rooms for the children. The main house also includes a room for a therapist carer, a fully equipped kitchen, a recreation room with a fireplace and a relaxation corner with a vast collection of books for children and teenagers. Here they also find facilities for relaxation exercises and round tables.
Various sitting corners are designed as retreat places around the house. Just a few steps away from the house, the guests may visit some of the farm animals: cows, hens, geese, ducks and the famous fallow deer live there and can also be watched from some of the rooms. The farm also includes a swimming pool, a vegetable garden, “park of senses” spots for touching, smelling and tasting, as well as playgrounds and discovery areas.
Finca Ca’n Llompart may only be visited during “open door days” organised in various moments of the year (alternately with other shelters of the Peter Maffay Foundation). Otherwise, Finca is a protected living area for our children and teenagers.