Kendeffy Castle Is located near the center of the village, rises above the road connecting the villages of Râu de Mori and Sântămăria-Orlea. The building has an almost rectangular plan and is composed of three units, and draws attention to it mainly due to its monumental tower. The castle placed on a height bounded by a parapet built of stone and brick, and accessible by two ramps, has a predominantly neo-gothic appearance through the following architectural elements: tower, crenellated railing, beams, broken windows, small balcony, due to its asymmetrical composition.
The old furniture of the castle has almost disappeared. Based on the written inventory and the few photographs of the epoch, we can say that at the end of the nineteenth century, the pieces of oak-carved furniture dominated, and in the representative offices (such as the dining room and the smoking room). The pretentious furniture was also exposed to a number of art objects, books, weapons, game trophies. Using shades and painted shields, the interiors have tried to evoke the Middle Ages, this tendency joining organically the romantic way in which the facades of the building were designed.
Access: from the national road Simeria - Hațeg - Petroșani crossing the village of Sântămăria-Orlea, in the center of the village to the right on the road to Vadu and Săcel. The castle is privately owned.