Stone-cutting culture is typical for Szomolya. According to a military survey made in 1860, there were 70 cave apartments there. According to hHistorically, mining holes and caves began to be cut 150-200 years ago. Tuff is a well-exploited stone, which was used in building cave apartments. Before World War II, there were already 175 registered cave apartments, all registered and with property titles. László Sós – a very skilled stone cutter – bought 20 of them and managed to rebuild three apartments, currently available to accommodate tourists. All installations can be made out of stone, the bed is also carved out of stone. His guests say that the place is truly spectacular.