John’s castle also known as Janohrad, from three sides surrounded by meander of the royal river Thaya, used to be a hunting lodge. Gentry would gather here before hunt, wish happiness to each other and in the evening they would return and enjoy to profusely set table. Hunted game was roasted on eight large fireplaces in the courtyard. Horses and dogs could relax on the ground floor, while the riders were enjoying the meal in the spacious halls. According to the former etiquette, women and men must have enjoyed fun separately and this is the reason why not only the knights’ hall for men arose, but also and ladies' lounges for women did.