An 18th-century country house known as Posada de Ziga. In times gone by it was once a military barracks, and today it preserves the names of the different rooms on the stones around the house (machine gun room, on duty service room, magazine and dining room), all on the ground floor. Its stone and wood construction perfectly maintain the 300-year-old structure.
It has a magnificent staircase, held up in the air and only supported by the upper and lower beams of each floor... From the main entrance, and under the staircase, you can see the roof of the house just waiting to be admired.
The surrounding area of Ziga is unbeatable, set in the heart of Baztan and just two minutes from its Viewpoint, where you can observe all the villages in this noble valley.
If there is one thing which can be highlighted of the Inn, it must be the peace and quiet that is evoked by its walls, a place where the visitor can leave taking with them the tranquillity they searched for.
This house has been listed by the Government Navarre with “two leaves”.