Manor House of Linares Selaya

This is a typical Cantabrian house from the late 17th century. It was the home of Sir Juan José de Miera y Arce, corrector of Úbeda and Baeza, as well as Knight of Alcántara. The manor is located on a wide plot, enclosed by stonewalls and preceded by a beautiful entrance from 1698 with a Baroque emblem supported by rampant lions representing the coat of arms of Miera and Arce.

Now it has been turned into a rural inn.