The Renaissance chateau in Kubínyi Park in Vyšné Kubín dates from the first half of the 17th century. It acquired its present form during its Baroque reconstruction in the 18th century. In the stormy period of the first half of the 20th century, the castle was taken from the Kubinyi family, who managed to get it back in 1989.
In 2010, the current owners bought the area, including the buildings. The state of the castle was terrible at that time. Since then, it has undergone a complete reconstruction, which paid attention to its historical value and preserved its attractiveness.
The light floor from the Sand Collection was used in the historic interior. Hand planing underlines the artisan character of the oak floor and perfectly matches the structure of the spiral metal staircase.
The Amalia restaurant was built on the site of the former stables. The restaurant offers exceptional gastronomy focused on local and always fresh ingredients and a wide selection of quality wines.
Five elegantly and timelessly furnished rooms await guests in the attic of the Kubinyi castle. Seven more are located in the "de Adda" house, which also includes a spa and restaurant.
The interiors are also decorated with Oakcent Honey floors in a castle square pattern, perfectly matching the property’s character.