Above, there is the stately, noble part of the house.
It is thought that the farmhouse had been managed by the Order of Hospitallers from the end of the 17th century onward. Hence the religious elements that can be found in the living quarters:
– Inscription at the entrance of room 4, from 1541
– Holy water basin
– Decorated fountain
– Decoration on doors
The farmhouse is situated on the way between the famous Monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes and the important medieval city of Besalú. This has led historians to believe that the house welcomed pilgrims and walkers on their way to these places, who were admitted to rest, so Mas Bosch must have already been a lodging in the 17th century.