Keyword "manor houses"
A classicist two storeyed Abja manor was owned by the Stackelbergs until the expropriation of large estates. There is a very beautiful park in a valley.View details
Spend a night in a fairy tale castle! Four rooms with accommodation for up to eight people await on the second floor of Alatskivi Castle. Each room has a WC and bathroom. In the Tower Room, the most luxurious room of them all, the bed has been placed in a niche in the corner tower. Two of the rooms, the Chambermaid Room...View details
One of the oldest order manors in Järva County and Estonia was first mentioned in 1282. The main building, barn, arched bridge, granary, distillery and park of the manor complex have survived until today. The décor of the manor is simple and laconic. The baroque stove with white and blue tiles and the classicist stoves with...View details
The earliest mention of this estate dates from 1422. One of the last lords of the manor was Alexander Konstantin von Barlöwen. The building you see today was built on the ruins of the former manor. The estate runs its own woodworking and ceramics workshops. Did you know…? *During the Mahtra War the estate was the...View details
Opening hours upon agreement 500 meters from the church to the west in the park there is Avanduse manor that belonged to the Taubes at the end of the 15th century. Current magnificent 95-meter long manor house was built in several stages with some of its oldest parts being the old baroque manor built in 1760ies (right...View details
The barn of the old manor standing on the shores of picturesque Eistvere Lake has been converted into a lovely holiday home. The large park is excellent for having a picnic or simply enjoying a walk in the shade of the trees and listening to songbirds. You can go swimming, fishing or take a boat trip on the lake.View details
This estate was separated from Valgjärve in 1749 and the Schreiterfelds were its first owners. It had a succession of several different owners and became the property of the Roths by 1845. The Muellers owned it from 1873 to 1919. Elmar von Mueller had its Art Nouveau style manor house built around 1908. It housed a nursing...View details