This impressive neoclassic building from the 18th century is able to host up to 16 people. This country house has been declared as of Heritage of Cultural Interest as a monument by the Castile and León Council.
It was built at the time, by order of the Honorable Canon of the University of Santiago, Don Juan Antonio Serrano Mañero, it was property of said noble family until the late 20th century, when it became property of the town council of the area: Sotillo de la Ribera.
Its façade is National Heritage. Inside has been completely reformed. It is popularly known as ‘La Casa Grande’, ‘The Big House’, it house paintings by Fermín Aguayo and Santiago Izquierdo and sculptures by Amancio Calvo.