Biserova-Gough house can be found in village Pirin in the heart of the Pirin Mounains. It was originally built in 1960 as a bakery providing fresh bread for the village. Over the years, with an increasing exodus of young people searching for a better life in the city, many village properties, including the bakery, became deserted and derelict.
In 2005, Lyubimka Biserova, one of the Bisserov Sisters, who were born in Pirin village, decided to buy the old bakery. With support from her husband Bob and father-in-law Roy Gough, she restored and extended the building as a guest house with the aim of regenerating the village by attracting tourists to enjoy Pirin's surroundings.