The chateau lies above the left bank of the Svinka River on the domed promontory of Montenegro in the Sopotnícke vrchy subunit. The chateau is a conical hill with steeply sloping slopes. The area of the castle itself was enriched by relatively high ramparts and a relatively deep moat on the inside of the rampart.
The entire castle complex consists of a medieval access road, an outer rampart with an inner moat, a castle wall with an entrance gate, a guard room, a palace tower and its own courtyard with a cistern. The driveway is still clearly visible today. It led from Obišovice along the southern slope and led to its own area from the east side, probably by a drawbridge. The rampart was simple and topped with local material.
A large part of the rampart was created in such a way that a ditch was deepened on its inner side and the material from it was used both for the construction of brick fortifications and for the construction of the rampart. The castle moat, just like the rampart, can still be recognized today. Its bottom was several meters deeper than the bottom of the current ditch. The castle wall still represents a solid stone building today. According to the mutual overhangs of the castle wall, the castle tower and the castle palace, it was found that the castle wall was built in the first stage of the fortification facility.
The floor plan of the castle wall forms an irregular ellipse. The thickness of the castle wall is not the same everywhere, it ranges between 230 and 250 cm.
The castle wall was built in one construction stage with a gate, which had a maximum width of 350 cm. It was situated on the southern side of the site in the area where it was found that the castle wall was the most destroyed. The castle courtyard was bordered by a castle wall and in this area there were other buildings belonging to a medieval castle. The castle courtyard was modified so that it could be used as much as possible.