Castles and manors

Kau Manor
Kau manor was mentioned in the Danish evaluation book as early as in 1241. The manor remained empty for decades and its restoration was inspired by the fascinating history of the manor. Kau manor houses a boutique hotel that has 20 rooms in various styles, the awarded Restaurant Kaheksa Jalga (...
Riisipere Manor
Built in 1819–1821, the main part of the most outstanding Classicist manor ensemble in Estonia is a large two-storey stone building; on its main façade is an imposing column portico with a truncated ornamental gable and a marble staircase, and on its wings are side risalits. The ground floor is...
Keila-Joa Manor and Schloss Fall Museum
This manor complex was built in 1833 in neo-gothic style according to the designs of Hans von Stackenschneider, who would go on to become one of the key representatives of the historicist style in Russia. The manor has an amazing location – a rocky river with rapids runs through the valley, a 6 m...
Sausti Manor
Sausti Manor was first mentioned in writing in 1453. Today, Sausti Manor is a tastefully renovated Classicist manor where you can organise seminars, events, enjoy chamber music, and hold wine tastings and trainings. The manor house, the steward's house, the distillery, stables, a granary-drying...
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 ruins of a two-towered greenhouse resembling a...
Saku Manor
Saku Manor was first mentioned in 1622. The beautiful Classicist building that has preserved until today was designed in the first quarter of the 19th century by Carlo Rossi, one of the most famous architects of the time. The current version of the manor building dates back to 1820. A recreation...
Kõltsu Manor
Kõltsu Manor, which towers over the sand dunes of Laulasmaa, provides an unforgettable experience which is almost impossible to find at any other Estonian manor. The rare beauty of the setting, the sound of the waves, the pure sea air and the stylish architecture (with the Russian wood lace, French...
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 halls of the manor, decorated abundantly with stucco and scagliola, are available for...
Kolga Manor
Here, in the grand Kolga manor, you will experience the atmosphere of mystery and times past. From 1230, the estate belonged to the Cistercian Order. In 1581, Swedish king John III gave Kolga and the land around it to the famous Swedish general Pontus de la Gardie. Kolga obtained its current...
Laitse Castle
Laitse manor resembles a medieval knight’s castle. The manor, which was built by Woldemar von Uexküll in 1892, is one of the best works of the local neo-Gothic style. During the years of the Republic of Estonia, the interior of the castle was thoroughly reconstructed. The castle is of a romantic...
Anija Manor
Anija Manor was first mentioned in 1482, when it belonged to Hermann Zoege. The main building, which has been preserved until today, was built by Matthias Staël von Holstein at the beginning of the 19th century. Both the front façade and the middle part of the posterior side are decorated with...
Vääna manor and manor park
Vääna manor, its park and ancillary buildings have a special value due to their interesting cultural history and works of art dating from various eras. The earliest information about Vääna manor dates back to 1325. Until 1919, it used to belong to von Stackelbergs who constructed one of the most...
Ohtu manor
The main building of the Baroque manor complex was completed around 1769. In front of the manor, there are grounds with an oval road; at its sides, you find a granary and stables with a coach house. The front door of the manor is worthy of special attention due to its masterful woodwork; in...
Vasalemma Manor
The beautiful Neo-Gothic Vasalemma manor that has preserved in full has been built from 1890 to 1893 from local dolomite, the so-called Vasalemma marble. Since 1919, the gorgeous characteristically English manor house with its octahedral ziggurat, truncated gables and high arched windows has housed...
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 Russian tsar Peter I and among others, the manor has also belonged to his wife, the later Empress...