The guide shall welcome you in the entrance hall, a space decorated with unique wood-panelling on the walls and ceiling. All the wooden carvings here and in other rooms you visit were custom-made from stained Slavonian oak by the finest Viennese craftsmen. The dominant feature of the hall is a spacious staircase, which initially led to the private rooms of the Count's family.
Passing through a small lounge with fixtures and furnishings sourced from Lukov Castle and on through a dining room leads to the Hall of Ancestors. Its decorative wooden carvings make it one of the most beautiful interiors of the chateau, hence it is the venue for wedding ceremonies.
Leaving the Hall of Ancestors takes you on to a billiards room, ladies' lounge, bedroom, bathroom, parlour and a chapel.
The last room on the tour is the library, home to a collection of fine arts assembled on a world tour by the chateau’s owners in the 1930s.