The village of Týnec, with a few remarkable monuments, is situated 3 km from Klenová. A High Baroque chateau owerlooks the village. The chateau was identified in 2001 as the work of the Italian architect Giovanni Batista Alliprandi from the beginning of the 18th century. In the 1930s, the printmaker and writer Josef Váchal dwelled here as a guest of the builder Jaroslav Polívka.
After a long time in disrepair, the chateau is now in private hands and it’s restoration into a centre of contemporary art has begun. The Church of The Assumption of the Virgin Mary (14th century) with a baroque tower is surrounded by a cemetery with the family burial chamber of the Kolovrats and the grave of Vilma Vrbová - Kotrbová. A wooden house in which the writer Josef Hais - Týnecký spent his childhood is situated next to the cemetery.