Mitošiny Manor House in Bešeňová
The manor house is situated in the town of Bešeňová, approximately 11 km away from the centre of Ružomberok.
The Renaissance manor house is situated in an area enclosed with a stone fence, and it is surrounded by a maintained park. It is a private property and it is closed to the public, it can only be looked at from the nearby street.
The manor house has a rectangular floor plan, two storeys, and four beam-shaped corner towers. The roofs are covered with wood shingles. The brick fence is covered with a shingle roof.
It was built in the 17th century. After the end of World War II, it was confiscated from the original owners and after that, it served as offices and a warehouse for the farmer’s cooperative society, and it also housed a nursery school. In the 80’s, the building was renovated to serve the Liptov Museum in Ružomberok, in particular, to create an exhibition about the History of Hunting in Liptov. In the 90’s, however, the manor house was returned to its original owners as part of the restitution.
There is a two-storey granary nearby. It is connected to the fence of the manor house.