Inside important transformations have been carried out, starting from the advanced ruin of some of its elements. The space of greatest architectural interest is the so-called Panera, which was built by the city’s largest mason, Martin de Bogas, in 1773. It is a large rectangular room, covered with a half-barrel vault divided into eight sections by simple fajones arches that rest on pilasters. Another element of great singularity and historical interest is the safe or arcade, made in 1770, of large red limestone ashlars and with double doors, metal and wood respectively. It is located in the center of the Butler’s House and serves as the only central support of the new structure of the floor on the top floor, made of laminated wood.