It is located in the centre of the historic quarter of Seville. It was built during the last third of the 14th century and throughout the 15th century and was founded in the family palace of Ms María Coronel. It has all the facilities that this type of institution usually has: church, turnstile, compass, cloister, kitchen, etc... It should be noted that the convent church is housed inside the convent, with no façade in contact with the street and is a Gothic-Mudejar construction. It has been restored on several occasions, the last refurbishment of which was carried out by the Ministry of Culture of the Andalusian Regional Government.
It has been declared a Site of Cultural Interest.
In the workshop, the nuns make their famous sweets: Santa Inés scones the recipe of which was handed down by the founder herself, as well as other traditional sweets.