It was built by the founder of the Csaky dynasty in Spis – Stefan Csaky (1603 - 1662). Established a new farmstead here, he named this complex “Castellum subarcense” – the mansion under the castle. In 1780 his offspring Emanuel Csaky finished the building to create luxurious manor inspired by the French style. The mansion is built in classicistic style with late-gothic elements. The surrounding of the mansion includes a big park with the features of English and French gardens, birds´ gallery, fountain, petanque playground, cemetery and other places of interest. Nowadays it serves as a Home of Social Services for mentally retarded people. The credit for making the mansion accessible deserves clients (it is a part of their therapy) and to the employees.
Opening hours: 09:00 – 16:00
Entrance fee: 2€