In the period following the Mongol invasion, the region of Vécs (Brâncovenești) went to the Tomaj family and later to the descending Losonci family. According to the documents of the time, the property already belonged to them in 1319. The ancestors of the Losonci Bánffy family inherited it and they were rulers for one century and a half.
The castle was built in the 19th century in eclectic style, in the middle of a huge parc. It is a T-shaped building. During the castle’s heyday there was an immense safari park around the building. The builder was Count Kálmán Tisza and the estate became the property of the Tisza family in the 1900s.