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A charming 16th-century estate with two main manor house buildings, 25 other historical buildings and 50 hectares of beautiful parkland set alongside the Mustoja River in the Lahemaa National Park, 5 km from Oandu Watermill. Vihula Manor features a remarkably wide choice of different dining and bar facilities in genuine historical surroundings, such as the elegant Vihula Manor Restaurant located on the whole 1st floor of the Main Manor House; the rustic Kaval-Ants Tavern in the estate’s original Ice-Cellar and the Water Mill Cafe, located in the old historical Water Mill. The Reception Lounge is open to the Wine Cellar, a nice vaulted cellar, stocked with hundreds bottles of vintage wines.
Vihula Manor Country Club & Spa
A charming 16th-century estate with two main manor house buildings, 25 other historical buildings and 50 hectares of beautiful parkland set alongside the Mustoja River in the Lahemaa National Park, 5 km from Oandu Watermill. Vihula Manor features a remarkably wide choice of different dining and bar facilities in genuine historical surroundings, such as the elegant Vihula Manor Restaurant located on the whole 1st floor of the Main Manor House; the rustic Kaval-Ants Tavern in the estate’s original Ice-Cellar and the Water Mill Cafe, located in the old historical Water Mill. The Reception Lounge is open to the Wine Cellar, a nice vaulted cellar, stocked with hundreds bottles of vintage wines.
The beautiful Sagadi manor complex is often called the most manorial manor in Estonia. The manor has harmonious buildings with white arcades surrounding a large central square, a gorgeous 18th century manor house and a pond that symbolises the eternal love of a lord of the manor. About 3km from Oandu Watermill. Sagadi Manor's cosy restaurant seats up to 100 people. For especially festive occasions, it is recommended that you use their catering service in the manor house’s dining halls or main hall. They also prepare picnic sets for nature lovers and can arrange alfresco meals, such as those in our barbecue pavilion.
Sagadi. Manor Hotel
The beautiful Sagadi manor complex is often called the most manorial manor in Estonia. The manor has harmonious buildings with white arcades surrounding a large central square, a gorgeous 18th century manor house and a pond that symbolises the eternal love of a lord of the manor. About 3km from Oandu Watermill. Sagadi Manor's cosy restaurant seats up to 100 people. For especially festive occasions, it is recommended that you use their catering service in the manor house’s dining halls or main hall. They also prepare picnic sets for nature lovers and can arrange alfresco meals, such as those in our barbecue pavilion.
Altja Tavern is located in Lahemaa National Park in Northern Estonia. The tavern with its old thatched roof and unspoiled décor is a good place to have for a decent meal for any passerby intending to get to know the area. About 2km from Oandu Watermill
Altja kõrts
Altja Tavern is located in Lahemaa National Park in Northern Estonia. The tavern with its old thatched roof and unspoiled décor is a good place to have for a decent meal for any passerby intending to get to know the area. About 2km from Oandu Watermill
Drinks & Nightlife
10km from Oandu Watermill
Seitsmes Taevas
10km from Oandu Watermill
Sightseeing
Perfect for a day trip out of Tallinn, Lahemaa National Park serves as an authentic taster of natural and cultural landscapes in Estonia. Located on the northern coast of Estonia, Lahemaa is perfect for a hiking trip and nature watching. Here you will find stony and sandy seashores, picturesque bogs, pine and cliff forests, rivers that cut into the limestone cliff as well as erratic rocks left over from the last Ice Age. Lahemaa is one of Europe’s most important forest conservation areas, where many large mammals live. Located south of the national park, the large forested Kõrvemaa area is a home to moose, wild boars, brown bears, lynxes, foxes an other wild animals.
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Perfect for a day trip out of Tallinn, Lahemaa National Park serves as an authentic taster of natural and cultural landscapes in Estonia. Located on the northern coast of Estonia, Lahemaa is perfect for a hiking trip and nature watching. Here you will find stony and sandy seashores, picturesque bogs, pine and cliff forests, rivers that cut into the limestone cliff as well as erratic rocks left over from the last Ice Age. Lahemaa is one of Europe’s most important forest conservation areas, where many large mammals live. Located south of the national park, the large forested Kõrvemaa area is a home to moose, wild boars, brown bears, lynxes, foxes an other wild animals.
Parks & Nature
Võsu, in Lahemaa National Park, is home to one of the most popular sandy beaches among holidaymakers in the region. The beach has its own lifeguards as well as changing cabins and dry toilets. Energetic sun-lovers can play beach volleyball, while children can enjoy the swings and the nearby playground. Drinks and snacks are also sold at the beach during summer. Good to know: • Wireless Internet is available at the beach • You can check the air and water temperature at the beach on its website • The nearest shops and eateries are in Võsu itself, just a couple of hundred metres from the beach
Võsu rand
Võsu, in Lahemaa National Park, is home to one of the most popular sandy beaches among holidaymakers in the region. The beach has its own lifeguards as well as changing cabins and dry toilets. Energetic sun-lovers can play beach volleyball, while children can enjoy the swings and the nearby playground. Drinks and snacks are also sold at the beach during summer. Good to know: • Wireless Internet is available at the beach • You can check the air and water temperature at the beach on its website • The nearest shops and eateries are in Võsu itself, just a couple of hundred metres from the beach
Altja fishing village Altja was first mentioned in written records in 1465 and is a typical seaside village, with all of its houses stretching along one street. The Uustalu and Toomarahva farms at Altja are typical coastal farms and have been restored by Lahemaa National Park. On the point at Altja you can see the fishing net sheds which were reconstructed on the basis of old photographs and the memories of the villagers. The village also has its own swing and tavern, where you can try local dishes. 2,5km from Oandu Watermill
Altja rand, looduse õpperada
Altja fishing village Altja was first mentioned in written records in 1465 and is a typical seaside village, with all of its houses stretching along one street. The Uustalu and Toomarahva farms at Altja are typical coastal farms and have been restored by Lahemaa National Park. On the point at Altja you can see the fishing net sheds which were reconstructed on the basis of old photographs and the memories of the villagers. The village also has its own swing and tavern, where you can try local dishes. 2,5km from Oandu Watermill
Altja fishing village Altja was first mentioned in written records in 1465 and is a typical seaside village, with all of its houses stretching along one street. The Uustalu and Toomarahva farms at Altja are typical coastal farms and have been restored by Lahemaa National Park. On the point at Altja you can see the fishing net sheds which were reconstructed on the basis of old photographs and the memories of the villagers. The village also has its own swing and tavern, where you can try local dishes. 2,5km from Oandu Watermill
Oandu-Võsu matkarada
Altja fishing village Altja was first mentioned in written records in 1465 and is a typical seaside village, with all of its houses stretching along one street. The Uustalu and Toomarahva farms at Altja are typical coastal farms and have been restored by Lahemaa National Park. On the point at Altja you can see the fishing net sheds which were reconstructed on the basis of old photographs and the memories of the villagers. The village also has its own swing and tavern, where you can try local dishes. 2,5km from Oandu Watermill
Oandu Nature Centre is located in the North-Estonian Recreation Area, 3 km towards Altja from Sagadi Manor. At Oandu the nature and opportunities of nature recreation are introduced, as well as the production and use of forest and timber throughout the ages. An intersection for Oandu hiking and study trails, here everyone finds a suitable route. Opportunity to use the libraries of the nature centre. Educational events/seminars on topics related with cultural heritage and forest. Next to Oandu Watermill
Oandu looduskeskus
Oandu Nature Centre is located in the North-Estonian Recreation Area, 3 km towards Altja from Sagadi Manor. At Oandu the nature and opportunities of nature recreation are introduced, as well as the production and use of forest and timber throughout the ages. An intersection for Oandu hiking and study trails, here everyone finds a suitable route. Opportunity to use the libraries of the nature centre. Educational events/seminars on topics related with cultural heritage and forest. Next to Oandu Watermill
Arts & Culture
The manor house gives an excellent idea of how the lords of the manor used to live. There are small and large informative exhibitions: • The history of Palmse manor 1287–1980 • The gallery of forebears – the good lords of Palmse manor • The story of the railway builder Alexander von der Pahlen • Governor General Carl Magnus von der Pahlen • Isabella von der Pahlen – a renowned graphologist • Drawings from the end of the 19th century by the renowned Baltic German female artist Olga von der Pahlen • The Romanov dynasty – 400 • The tobacco exhibition • The economy of Palmse manor • The 18th and 19th century interior 12km from Oandu Watermill
Palmse manor
The manor house gives an excellent idea of how the lords of the manor used to live. There are small and large informative exhibitions: • The history of Palmse manor 1287–1980 • The gallery of forebears – the good lords of Palmse manor • The story of the railway builder Alexander von der Pahlen • Governor General Carl Magnus von der Pahlen • Isabella von der Pahlen – a renowned graphologist • Drawings from the end of the 19th century by the renowned Baltic German female artist Olga von der Pahlen • The Romanov dynasty – 400 • The tobacco exhibition • The economy of Palmse manor • The 18th and 19th century interior 12km from Oandu Watermill
Shopping
10km from Oandu Watermill
Võsu
10km from Oandu Watermill