Castles & Manors

Padise Manor Hotel

In Harju County, just 50 km from Tallinn, is a beautiful spot snuggled between forests and fields – Padise. This naturally beautiful location with its ancient hill fortress and historical convent also boasts the now…

Laitse Castle

Laitse manor resembles a medieval knight’s castle. Built by Woldemar von Uexküll in 1892, it’s one of the best works in the local neo-Gothic style. During the years of the Republic of Estonia, the interior of…

Kernu Manor

Kernu Manor appeared on the map on 31 August 1637. The manor house, however, was built between 1810 and 1813 by Bernhard Heinrich Conrad Ungern-Sternberg. The manor has operated as a schoolhouse, a hospital, and…

Kau Manor

Kau Manor was first mentioned in the Danish Valuation Book in 1241, when a medieval vassal fortress was built. The classicist appearance of the complex-shaped main building of the manor, which has survived to this…

Anija Manor

Anija Manor enchants you with simplicity! Here, you will feel the passage of time, the diversity of culture, and the charm of tastes and smells. The first records of the manor date back to the fifteenth…

Maardu Manor

Maardu Manor was first mentioned in written records in 1397. The Manor ensemble, located on a small ridge, is one of the most impressive ones among the old complexes. The manor house has hosted the…

Saku Manor

Saku Manor house (mansion house) is among the best examples of classical architecture in Estonia. The designer of the building is thought to be Carlo Rossi, one of the most famous architects of the time. Its…

Saue Manor

Close to Tallinn, only a few-minute drive away, stands the gorgeous Saue manor, dating from the 18th century; it has been called one of the most beautiful and valuable manor ensembles in the Baltic countries. The…

Keila-Joa Manor and Schloss Fall Museum

This manor complex was built in 1833 in the neo-gothic style according to the designs of Hans von Stackenschneider, who would go on to become one of the key minds of the historicist style in…

Harku Manor

Harku Manor, which used to belong to the Livonian Order, was first mentioned in 1372. Its contemporary Neo-Renaissance style originates from 1875. The outbuildings worth seeing include a livestock complex with historicist gables and picturesque…

Kolga Manor

Here, in the grand Kolga manor, you will experience an atmosphere of mystery and of times past. In 1230, the estate belonged to the Cistercian Order. In 1581, King John III of Sweden gave Kolga and…