Castilian house of the 16th century that transmits to us the lore of that period.
The heart of the house is a large central patio that divides the location of the rooms. The patio conserves original stone columns holding wide wooden corridors. The floor is made up by pebbles designing laborious figures of cashmere. In the midle of the patio, there is a famous fountain with the red cross of the Santiago’s order, its base is surrounded by santiaguistas tears as the village belonged to the Order of Santiago. There is also a stone pit in one piece and a cave with large jars from amongst the famous large jars from El Toboso stand out.
If we go back in time,/ On one of the first editions of the well-known Spanish encyclopeadia “Espasa Calpe”, on the entry for El Toboso, it is shown a picture of this house and it is documented as the “Patio of Sebastián Cervantes’ House”.
The house was purchased by the "Yebenes" family and it has passed from generation to generation up to the present.
The family searched, searches and will search the footprints of the immortal Cervantes and that’s why the writer Azorin dedicated the book "ROUTE OF QUIXOTE" to his good friend Silverio Yebenes, who is the great great grandfather of the current family.