This room is divided into a chamber and a bedroom with alcoves on the sides, formerly separated by curtains that hung from the arches. The architecture, with elements such as the horseshoe arch, so characteristic of the Cordoba of the caliphs, reminds us of the best moments of Hispano-Muslim art, which Pedro I used to enjoy imitating in his own house.
The decoration of the rooms suggests the presence of the garden in the interior of the house. Thus, the wooden panelling of the ceiling can be seen with its geometric decoration as a representation of the open and starry sky. The walls, which extend a decoration of stylized vegetable motifs, symbolize in some way the nature of the garden; Finally, the frieze of the base closer to the ground presents a zigzag decoration that symbolizes the water, running through the lower part of the room like a canal or river. The zigzag motif continues the floor of the room, evoking the longing for water. The estates themselves are declared with this ornamentation part of the garden of the neighbouring Courtyard of the Maidens.