This magnificent construction of impressive dimensions, dates from the 18th century and belonged to the high Asturian nobility. Originally it was a luxurious two-story building, plus a central L-shaped tower that housed the main house, the chapel and the stables; subsequently, annex buildings and agricultural outbuildings have been added.
Its main façade opens onto a landscaped space with a lawn area and large ornamental trees; The buildings, with a rectangular floor plan, present architectural elements typical of Asturian rural architecture, such as the portico supported by columns on the ground floor and the wooden gallery on the upper floor. The small chapel with a belfry tower and a barrel vault on the inner ceiling, preserves the original wooden altarpiece that can be restored. Due to its great uniqueness, the Palace has been listed in the Heritage of Asturian Historic Buildings.
At present, the rehabilitated area is located in one of the wings of the building and houses several living rooms, 10 bedrooms, a kitchen-dining room and 2 bathrooms; It still maintains original construction elements such as the large access door to the first floor, studded with metal elements, which is accessed by a large stone staircase.
The Palace is located on an estate of 18.000 m² of extensive meadows just 8 km from the Asturian coast and its impressive cliffs and beaches. A privileged place 15 km from Gijón that, thanks to its uniqueness and its numerous buildings, can become a place of recreation, habitual residence or charming hotel.