The service is suppended due to the reconstruction of the castle.
The legendary Déryné house was built at the end of the 18th century. It was named after the greatest figure of the 19th century Hungarian theatrical art, Róza Déryné Széppataki, who lived in the steward’s house of the Diósgyőr Crown Demesne for 15 years. The building is situated in a picturesque environment with a wonderful panoramic view of the Bükk and the Castle of Diósgyőr. The entirely refurbished and modernised building, which is on the national heritage list, offers accommodation in 3 double rooms, equipped with shower cabins, on the upper floor.
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