Hotels in Estonia

Historic Art Nouveau hotel and restaurant.

Built by German aristocrats in the 19th century, Pädaste was one of the few manor houses in Estonia that had not been built over by the state during the Soviet era. The property consists of a series of low stone houses and a main house arranged around a beautiful quad.

The newly opened hotel occupies the renovated interior of the former post office at the center of the Old Town. The property is outfitted with black marble and glittering chandeliers.

Kalvi Kastle looks like an English country-manor house. The staff is professional and courteous and breakfast in the dining room is a delight.