The palace is a large square building with four pseudo-towers at each corner, none of which is very high. Built in a rustic style, some of its most notable features include the masonry of its walls (contrasting with the corner ashlars) and especially the large balconies and historicist entrance gate with a touch of modernism. Large in size, decorated in a classical way, not forgetting any details of modern facilities. Well decorated in a classical style. Dishes such as marmita de bonito (stew made with bonito tuna) cocido monta es (traditional white bean and pork sausage stew), other white and red bean stews, plus a variety of cheeses, and sweets such as the famous Corbatas de Unquera, sobaos pasiegos, or Pantortillas de Reinosa are just a few of the delights diners will enjoy. Large Lobby decorated following a classical style also providing a wide range of up to date service.
The new Parador in Limpias is located in the Palace of Eguilior estate, which was the summer headquarters of King Alfonso XIII's Council. The palace belonged to Don Manuel de Eguilior, the Count of Albox, and is attributed to the architect Emilio de la Torriente.