At the beginning of the twentieth century, Mr. Francisco Trinxet, ordered to built above the old farmhouse of Can Bosch (s.XVII), a superb Art Nouveau style building, designed by an architect disciple of Gaudí, called Joan Rubio y Bellver. Its interior was filled with furniture, ancient crafts and works of art of incalculable value and was the residence for the Trinxet family. The part of the bulding corresponding to the original farmhouse, was destined for service dependencies, stables and barns.
During the Spanish Civil War, the house was designated first as a military hospital and later as a prison.
After the war, the family regained the house, returning it to its original glory by rebuilding from the wooden ceilings and restoring original floors that had been totally destroyed.
Once again, they filled the house with antique furniture and works of art of exquisite taste: ancient Roman and baroque carvings and paintings from different eras that still today, adorn the halls and dining rooms of La Baronia.
In 1994, the grandson of the founder, took a decision inspired by the french “Relais du Silence”, which added a note of distinction to the concept of hospitality in Catalonia.