The revival of Pegazus is underway thanks to two enthusiastic young people, Sára Fegyverneky and Olivér Auguszt. Originally owned by the Esterházy family, the mansion was the favorite holiday spot of German tourists before falling into disuse. 20 years later the ruinous building opened as a pub, though the owners would define the place as a community space if they absolutely had to. For the time being, Pegazus is only in the test run phase, with an ever-growing selection of drinks and a different dish served every day. Recently they have been pondering setting up a camp site with rentable tents and opening a hostel. They would also happily host thematic mini festivals and yoga, music and film workshops.