The then owners, Jozef Kubínyi and his wife Amalia de Adda, expanded the Renaissance building. They enriched the manor with typical onion towers and in addition to them, a beautiful painting of the ceilings was added inside. It is not known when these ceilings were painted, but we learned about their existence during the recent reconstruction. The Kubínyi manor house was subsequently remodeled in the Classicist style in the 19th century, and the coats of arms of the Kubínyi and de Adda families were added to the facade of the manor house. During the turbulent period, in the first half of the 20th century, the manor was taken from the Kubínyi family and belonged to the cooperative. It was not until 1989 that the Kubínyi again managed to get it back into ownership. Due to lack of funds to maintain the manor, they were forced to sell it. Since then, it has fallen into disrepair under the rule of several owners, until it was bought in poor condition in 2010 by the current owners. rear states. You can also spend a fairytale night in five cozy and romantically furnished rooms in the attic of the Kubínyi Mansion. And if you are interested in the history of the manor and you would like to know more about the reconstruction, you can come and see the guided tours of the manor.