Barna House: a quiet and friendly bed & breakfast
Open the doors of the Barna House B&B and discover its relaxed, calm and friendly atmosphere.
metro: Verdaguer (L4 L5)
every day of the year
from 50 euros
+34 672 25 03 87
Barna House B&B, formerly known as Casa Dover is located in the Gràcia area, known for its Bohemian atmosphere.
Barna House B&B: common areas
Barna House B&B is actually a large 7-bedroom apartment. In order for each of the bedrooms to have its own large window, the little lounge and kitchen are arranged in the centre of the apartment.
The lounge is furnished with two couches where you can consult the books on Catalonia that are lying around. This relaxing space also has a television.
- Ask for a room on the kitchen side if you don’t want to be disturbed by the sound of the television.
The kitchen is available for storing food, preparing cold food and re-heating food in the microwave. It is an open and friendly space arranged around a large table designed to bring all of the bed & breakfast’s guests together. This is where a buffet continental breakfast is served in the morning.
Barna House B&B Rooms
All rooms have heating and air conditioning. Some overlook the street, and these are less quiet but do have a pleasant little balcony with garden table and chairs.
Others give onto the interior patio, and these are less noisy but do not have a balcony. However, they do provide direct access to the patio, so you can go out and smoke for example. The standard rooms have twin beds that you can join together if you wish.
The “suites” are more spacious and have a more considered decor and double beds.
- Check-out is before noon.
- A member of staff is present every morning until around 2pm, after which there is a number to call if you need assistance.
- Barna House B&B offers a free luggage service.
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Pauline loves books, food and new discoveries. For her articles, she loves finding original and authentic places which are a treat for both the eyes and the tastebuds. Her favourite thing to do in Barcelona? Getting lost in the Old Town and soaking up its unique atmosphere... whilst enjoying the appetising smells emerging from restaurant kitchens! Is there anything better than that?