Cantacuzino Castle is located on the site of an ancient hunting house from the XVIIIth century, serving as layover for the Cantacuzino family on their way to Brașov.
The castle is built in the neo-Romanian style, the only Romanian architecture history style which revived tradition, strengthened the origins and connected them to the present.
The neo-Romanian style architecture is probably the most extensive heritage given by Romania to the world culture. The facade is made of carved stone and plated with bricks on the inside.
The shape of a quadrangle, with the southern side open, the castle fits perfectly into the landscape and covers an area of 3,148 square meters, while the yard and garden cover an area of 3.5 hectares. The domain also include 970 hectares of forest.