The building was seriously damaged during pillaging at the end of the World War I. Originally owned by N. Weichertz, the last owner was Ondrej Jendrisek. It is the wooden 8-room building with residential parts on its ends and pitvor for passage in the middle. Apart from the social rooms, there are also smaller utility ones. In front of the main entrance is a wide open veranda with stairs. The walls are built from huge hewed logs and the roof is covered with shingles. At present, the pub serves its original purpose offering the Museum visitors all sorts of refreshments.