Villa Gella is a restored nineteenth-century mountain house that has both preserved and modernized the characteristics of typical Rhodope Mountains architecture, such as overhanging 'erkers', multi-slanted roofs, tall chimneys, and 'crowned' door- and window-frames. The area traditionally reserved for a stable is now a five-car garage, while the traditional hay-drying area above conceals solar panels.
The small windows, to preserve heat during the winter, of a traditional mountain house have been replaced by large windows commanding stunning mountain views in every direction. A large terrace with under-floor heating allows for year-round outdoor lounging, dining and entertainment. The terraced garden has fruit trees and offers more space for relaxation.