The Petit Convent


Just a few meters from Begur’s historical medieval centre, nestled between Indian houses, castles and cobbled, flower-lined streets, you will find this typical rustic house which has been perfectly renovated and beautifully decorated.
At this three star hotel, our wish is to look after you and make you feel at home while you breathe in the unmistakeable, welcoming Mediterranean breeze from this rich region of the Empordà. Your stay here will be one of pure indulgence and relaxation under the silent moon and vibrant sun.
We invite you to discover some of the finest, most romantic beaches in the Mediterranean such as Aiguafreda, or some of the most beautiful towns on the Costa Brava such as Ullastret, while it will be our pleasure to guide you on a culinary tour of the most exquisite cuisine in the area.

We know some special places.


Endless views of the sapphire blue Mediterranean Sea and extensive, wild Empordà gardens. Our charming hotel is the ideal setting for a memorable, romantic experience.
Its unique and surprising natural surroundings will entice you to lose yourselves along endless coastal trails (the caminos de ronda), natural paths and medieval routes.
The walk between the Racó beach and the gem of Begur, the welcoming Sa Riera beach, is an experience that should not be missed.

Serenity, Comfort and Charm. 

Light, Silence and Class. These perfectly equipped rooms with serene décor offer you the true essence our historical listed building, but with all the technology and modern comforts of a contemporary relaxing hotel.


Beautifully renovated in 2012, this majestic 12th century building has become a romantic and charming hotel in Begur.
We are proud that our customers have rated and recognised our work, making them feel at home in unbeatable, surroundings with a magical Indian touch, on the Costa Brava.
Situated 1 minute from the historic town centre, our rooms are tastefully decorated in serene white and beige tones to make any stay a welcoming experience, including all the modern facilities of a contemporary hotel.

Quality in the raw materials.

Over the years, we have learnt to value what guests appreciate most. That is the reason why your stay at our charming hotel starts with buffet breakfast. You will wake up rested, with the day’s plans ahead, while the aroma of coffee will guide you to the welcoming breakfast room, and you will discover why we like caring for our guests with local products from this prize-winning food region. The secret of this renowned reputation lies in the quality of the raw materials, a reason why the Costa Brava and Girona are gaining increasing prestige in the south of Europe in the food industry.
We will pamper your senses with locally cold pressed virgin olive oil, accompanied with authentic garden tomatoes, and traditional lightly toasted bread. A perfect platter of cheeses and Iberian hams from the Alt Empordà area will await you at the buffet table, with select handmade jams and freshly squeezed orange juice, for the ideal start to your day ahead exploring.

A quiet space where you can relax.

In the morning and at any other time of the day, our hotel offers complimentary tea and coffee served with pastries, prepared by our local bakers in traditional village ovens courtesy of our hotel in Begur.
El Pati, the indoor reading room, offers a quiet space where you can read or relax and admire the interesting plant eco-system located in the Petit Convent’s interior courtyard. Enjoy the Costa Brava’s typical cobalt blue sky through its glass roof.

Closely linked to Cuba.

The Petit Convent, a former stable where iron tools are still secured to the roofs and used to hang and exhibit pieces that would be sold as a whole, has been part of, and witness to, the town of Begur’s transformation over several centuries. Families who helped to sustain the town’s economy over the years by selling meat and milk products in the area would have lived in the upper floors.
Begur’s origins are closely linked to Cuba. Many emigrants from Begur returned to this coastal town at the end of the 19th century after leaving for the Caribbean island, bringing the wealth they earned in rum and sugar with them. Their demeanour, cheer and happiness influenced the architecture of the new houses in such a way that nowadays taking a walk around here is like experiencing two time periods simultaneously, before and after.