It is a freestanding building in the center of Legazpi (Guipúzcoa) with clear reminiscences of what has come to be called "regionalism" or "neovasc architecture." It has two floors, attic and a basement factory of masonry and brick. In the basement there is a meeting room, two bathrooms, laundry and storage area. On the ground floor it is located the main dining room, hall and bar area. From this floor and from different rooms you can access the various terraces of the property. On the first floor there are six rooms, all of them with bathroom. On this floor there is also an office. The second floor also has another 6 rooms with bathroom and office. The tower of the building has a suite with bathroom and office. The materials used in construction are of high quality and include the spectacular staircase.
Located south of Gipuzkoa, the municipality of Legazpi belongs to the region of Urola Kosta. The Urola river runs through the town and Mount Aizkorri (1,528 m) makes its way around. Practically in the center of the three Basque capitals, Bilbao 75 km, San Sebastian and Vitoria 64 km 55 km.
Legazpi is a municipality closely linked to the transformation of iron, favored by the forest wealth and mining activity in the area. In this sense, the visitor reaches the municipality has the opportunity to learn more about the details of this traditional job in the museum of iron in the forge of Mirandaola, located in a beautiful setting at the foot of Aizkorri Natural Park. In a single space, an old factory converted into a museum showing the relationship between art and industry of the hand of one of the most famous sculptors of the Basque Country, Eduardo Chillida, who came to Legazpi The Iron Valley to make his sculptures Monumental that are now in squares and museums around the world. In this space workshops paper and forging the sculptor, the machines of the Great Forge, modern audiovisual systems and worker interviews shown. It has to be otstanded the buildings in the village, and modern buildings predominate. Notably, the council itself of Legazpi, which has an ashlar facade and a nice iron shield. Next to it is the beautiful parish church of Our Lady of the Assumption, the fourteenth century and the palace Bikuña, work of the sixteenth century. All this, together with the numerous hamlets of Legazpi, complete the monumental heritage of the municipality.