Welcome to Tolcsva!

Kattintson ide a Magyar változathoz.

We saw it and then we fell in love with it.

When we first stepped across the threshold of this manor house built at the end of the 19th century, a multitude of possibilities opened up in front of our eyes. The thick stone walls and the original wooden peasant-style attic enchanted us. We knew immediately that this is the place where we would like to materialize our manor house which we had been planning a long time ago. The renovation of the building took us four hard-working years. We tried to preserve the authentic atmosphere of the house, what we could, we reconstructed keeping their original form. The carefully selected furniture and unique objects guide our guests to the rustic atmosphere of old times. This is in perfect harmony with the sights, natural treasures and outstanding wines of the region, all of which only enhance the time spent at our place.

Our manor house is suitable to accommodate 9 people. Each of the 3 double rooms and the 1 three-bed room has a separate bathroom. Two fully equipped kitchens and dining rooms serve the comfort of our guests. The ornament of the building is the spacious wine house which can also be the perfect choice for friends’ or family gatherings. A nicely arranged courtyard, big garden and closed parking place are waiting for our visitors.


’Ötputtonyos’ Suite

  • room for 3 people
  • room for 2 people
  • kitchen, lounge
Convenient for families and friends.

’Esszencia’ room

  • room for 2 people

`Furmint` room

  • room for 2 people

Wine house

  • In the heat of summertime it is good to rest between the chilly stone walls.
Extra bed:
Discount for children:
8000 HUF / person / night (without catering)
5000 HUF / person / night
For children until 3 years old: gratis, until 14 years old: 5000 HUF / child / night
  • The price includes the tourism tax.
  • We also accept SZÉP card!
  • Check-in from 15:00, Check-out until 10:00.
  • Though we are very fond of animals, unfortunately it is not possible to bring them to our guest house.


Private Parking


Cellar visit

Wine tasting

Bike rental

Wine and Beyond

We can state without exaggeration that the Tokaj Wine Region (listed under the Unesco World Heritage) is a unique place not only in our country but in the whole world. The aszú type of wine, also called the „King of Wines”, is a rare speciality based on the product of the special climate of Tokaj-hegyalja (hegyalja means foothills).

In case you are attracted to cultural programmes, we recommend visiting the castles in Tolcsva. The Szirmay-Waldbott Castle with its history and Neo-Renaissance style is an impressive sight any time of the year. For those interested in herbs and beauty care, you should seek out the Helia-D Herbal House and Visitor & Beauty Centre where among the different services, you can get acquainted with the beauty products containing Tokaji aszú as well. You shouldn’t miss the other sights of Tolcsva from the cultural tour: Wine Museum & House of Viticulture, the Roman Catholic Church (where the Holy Crown of Hungary was once hidden) and the Wine Cellars (part of the World Heritage) could also be a fascinating programme.

After having walked a few kilometres in the forest, it is possible to get to the Castle of Regéc, which was also the childhood residence of prince Ferenc Rákóczi II, and which offers a beautiful panorama to the Zemplén Mountains. The castles in Füzér, Boldogkő, Sárospatak and the Rákóczi Museum are all unique historical sights. Those attracted to exciting adventures and a bit of extra adrenaline can choose from the services of Zemplén Adventure Park in Sátoraljaújhely. Here you can find the longest bobsleigh track in Hungary and the also special wire rope line connecting two mountain peaks.

For those who wish to enjoy the beauties of nature, there are several possibilities for a long walking tour or a pleasant stroll in the forests. The lovers of sports can take the road either on foot, by bike, or even in a canoe or kayak rowing on the river Bodrog.



We are looking forward to welcoming you!

Thanks to our friend, József Gorácz for the excellent photos!

Thanks to our friend, Rita Somlyay for the English translation!