Surrounded by beautiful gardens, the castle's interior has a lounge with an impressive Mudejar coffered ceiling and classical decorative features such as tapestries, forged lamps, coffered ceilings, as well as Spanish bricks and woods. Its spectacular rooms are specially equipped to be an ideal location for social gatherings.
It is a grand renaissance-style castle incorporating a beautiful conserved tower called 'la torre del caracol'(tower of the snail) which was declared to be a national monument. This tower features a marvellously preserved and beautiful hall with its mudejar coffered ceiling and mixture of gothic and renaissance styles.
The sleep-inducing bedrooms are cosy and accommodating.
The restaurant offers local cuisine: Bacalao a la tranca (cod with boiled egg), arroz a la zamorana (rice and pork dish), dos y pingada (fried egg and bacon on bread) and tocino de cielo (custard caramel).