Lloseta was always a charming town, well aware of its traditions and identity, with active footwear, glass and ceramics industries. With the opening of the handsome Ca’s Comte, it has now diversified confidently into the tourist industry. The conversion of 18thC buildings formerly belonging to the Ayamans Palace has been done with flair. The bright patio functions as entrance hall and meeting point for guests and friends. From here stairs lead up to just four double rooms and four suites. They are airy, individually furnished, with lovely antique beds, rocking chairs, imposing armchairs and comfortable sofas weaving a pleasant atmosphere. In the modern bathrooms, chrome washbasins are set in clear glass, contrasting stylishly with the walls of rough-hewn stone. The lavish breakfast buffet will set you up for the day.