Housed in an historic mansion in the heart of the Osuna, this hotel is quite unique, doubling as an ethnographic museum with many interesting artefacts tastefully displayed.

Built around a sumptuous shady patio this historic coaching inn is said to have hosted Washington Irving on his way from Seville to Granada. Nowadays it has been thoughfully restored with an eye for detail and guests' comfort.

The hotel has a breakfast room which opens onto the patio and a popular restaurant open to the public. To the rear there is a small garden solarium with a small pool for clients' use only.


15 rooms of which one suite, four junior suites and ten standard doubles / twins. 
All rooms are exterior and have en-suite bathrooms.
All rooms have safe deposit, TV, WiFi, telephone, air conditioning, heating and hair dryers.
There are three rooms on the ground floor and adapted for people with disabilities – please enquire for more details. The pool is also adapted for wheelchair use.

Hotel Features

Lounge and central patio area for clients' use
Ethnographic museum
Restaurant open to public
Breakfast room / bar service for clients
Solarium terrace with small pool for clients' use


Small yet popular restaurant open to public serving lunch and evening meals.
Breakfast room off main patio with bar service for guests only.
Room service available.

Hotel Facilities

24 Hour Reception
Tour Booking Service
Shared Lounge / TV Area
Luggage storage
Laundry Service
Air Conditioning

Sports and Wellbeing

Swimming Pool (outdoor, seasonal)

Room facilities (all rooms)

En-suite bathroom
Air conditioning
Safe deposit box


Restaurant, open to the public
Bar, open to the public, serving drinks and light snacks
Packed lunch service


Facilities adapted for guests with reduced mobility
Room(s) adapted for guests with reduced mobility


On-street parking
Public parking nearby (pay locally)


Pets allowed by prior arrangement - please consult

Osuna, Andalucia

Fouinded by Marco Antonio and scene of the last battle won by Julius Cesar Osuna has a history going back three thousand years. In the 15th century the town was the seat of the Dukes of Osuna who rose to great power under Phillip II owning vast tracts of land with titles including Governor of Naples.
The town has an interesting medieval University dating from 1548 and still in use but visitable as well as a Colegiata built at the same time and its high street, Calle San Pedro, is exceptionally well kept and listed as a monument since the 1960's, with many palaces and mansions in the colonial style.
Nowadays the town is famous for being the scene of much of the 5th series of Game of Thrones.

  • Visit the University and Colegiata
  • Stroll down the wonderful Calle San Pedro an outdoor museum of Renaissance and Baroque.
  • Sevilla, Ronda and Cordoba, all within an hour's drive.
  • Visit Antequera and the unique landsacpe of El Torcal.
  • Rich birdlife, including flamingoes and Great Buzzard, in the local wetlands and reservoirs.
  • Arquealogical museum housed in the 14th century Torre del Agua; Tartesians, Romans, Moors…