Keyword "services in saaremaa"
During the first independent Estonia, grain and other stock was kept in outbuildings. In summer, girls who were employed as summer workers slept in one of the outbuildings. We offer the visitors of Aadu Tourist Farm the opportunity to recollect the romance of those who bundled at that time. The chambers are furnished...View details
At the end of the 19th century the house and real estate at 9 Sepa Street (later 7 Vallimaa St.) belonged to a gardener Johann Brenner (1834-92). After his death the real estate was bought buy a tradesman from Kuressaare Jakob Aavik (father of Joosep Aavik) for his brother Mihkel Aavik (father of Johannes Aavik). On April 1,...View details
The old country house locates 13km outside Kuressaare in a beautiful and quiet place called Vanamõisa. There are 2 houses: Sauna House and Old House. 1) Sauna House has two floors. On the first floor there is a sauna, a small kitchen and dining room. On the second floor there are 2 bedrooms and WC. There is room for max 5...View details
Aavikunurga recreation house is located in Randvere, Laimjala municipality, Saaremaa. The house has a special place in Estonian cultural history - it is the birthplace of the famous Estonian linguist Johannes Aavik. The freshly renovated typical Saaremaa farmhouse offers 13 differently decorated rooms located in the house...View details
Adu-Jaani Guesthouse is the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life and relax and unwind in a pristine natural setting - at very affordable prices. Guests have the use not only of the guesthouse, but also a hunting lodge. There are three rooms to choose from in the guesthouse. There is another guest...View details
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Last year the number passengers passing through the harbors of the Port of Tallinn reached a record of 8.84 million, i.e., 4.3 per cent more than in 2011. The Port of Tallinn expects the number of...read more