A cozy evening with oysters

Saturday, March 12 is worth writing to your calendar. At 7 pm, a luxurious dinner will start in the restaurant of Saka manor, where the tastes will be created by the deep blue and slightly mystical ocean and its wonderful gifts – oysters!

On the evening with oysters, the head chef of Tallink Group, the Austrian oyster sommelier and the four-time world champion of oyster opening, Anti Lepik, will introduce the history, eating culture and proper serving of oysters.

In France, oysters are called seafood champagne. Like champagne, oysters are the perfect companion for creating special moments. If there is a beautiful plate with lush juicy oysters on the table, someone is already asking, “What are we celebrating?”

Dinner costs EUR 50 per person and includes:

glass of sparkling
A specially prepared menu by Anti Lepik

Additional information and booking


+372 33 64901



Only women and wine only get better over time. In March, we will combine the two: the special offer for Women’s Month includes both comfortable accommodation in a hotel house and a red wine body treatment for two. With a glass of red, of course.

Red wine body treatment is a real stress reliever and restores the well-being of the body. The treatment begins with an exfoliation, then a red wine mask is applied to the body and the procedure ends with a light massage with a red wine body cream. After the treatment, the skin texture is smooth and moisturized and the body and mind are relaxed.

The special offer also includes a visit to the sauna and pool area (1.5 hours), a rich breakfast buffet and the use of bathrobes. If you want to take the little ones with you, children up to the age of three stay for free.


The special offer is valid throughout March.

Additional information and booking:


+372 33 64900

Christmas concert of Inga and Toomas Lynge “Like an angel” in Saka manor + concert package for two.

On the second Christmas day, December 26, at 4 pm, wonderful music will play in the concert hall of Saka Manor: Inga and Toomas Lynge will come with songs and poems.

With their winter concert, Inga and Toomas create a magical atmosphere that gives warmth and strength to notice the flame of a candle in the cold – to appreciate the good that we have. Between the Estonian winter and Christmas songs, poems and thoughts are heard, they reveal the daily rhythm.

“We are trying to find old and forgotten stories, we are definitely looking for works by the best authors of the Nordic countries,” says Toomas Lunge from the concert.

Concert tickets are sold at Fientas:

the price of a full ticket is 16 euros;
reduced ticket (pupils, students, pensioners) 14 euros;
Children under seven years old can attend the concert for FREE.
Tickets can be purchased here “

A pleasant pastime should not be limited to a concert: Saka Manor will be glad to welcome its guests longer. Therefore, we put together a concert package, which included:

accommodation for two in a standard room in the hotel building;
breakfast in the hotel
visit to the sauna and pool 1.5 hours;
use of robes
à la carte dinner at a cost of 30 euros for two;
concert tickets for two
free Wi-Fi and parking

The price for two is only  EUR 99 .

Order by e-mail saka@saka.ee or by phone 33 64900.

A cheerful and stylish end to the year in Saka manor

A cheerful and stylish end of the year in Saka manor with delicious food and the best experience is guaranteed with us!

✨Offer: New Year’s Eve package for two
Package price: EUR 229 (for two), EUR 125 (for one), extra night -20% of the room price (included breakfast and sauna and pool area visit 1,5h)
Packet contains:
* accommodation in a standard double room for 1 night (extra room for an extra charge)
* breakfast in the hotel house from 08:00 to 11:00
* magician show
* Festive buffet dinner
* A glass of sparkling wine at midnight
* Fireworks at midnight

✨OPTION (rooms):
DBL + EUR 10 / night on the third floor of the manor EUR 20 / night
Lux EUR 30 / night on the second floor of the manor (incl. Young Mr.) EUR 40 / night
Family room EUR 55 / night
Lady of the manor EUR 85 / night,

Up to 3 year (inclusive) EUR 5 (goes to the accommodation)
4-13 years (inclusive) EUR 40 (meals EUR 20 + extra bed EUR 20)
From 14 year EUR 70 (catering EUR 40 + extra bed EUR 30)

Visit to the sauna and pool area 1.5h (upon reservation) EUR 10 / adults, EUR 5 / child, EUR 16 (family ticket)

👉Book today 📩saka@saka.ee or 📞 + 372 3364900

A Monument to the Baltic German resettlers in Saka


The monument to the resettlement of Baltic Germans (Umsiedlung) will be unveiled on 18 October 2018, the date on which the first ship carrying resettlers left the Port of Tallinn 79 years earlier.

The monument has been designed by sculptor Aivar Simson (known professionally as Simson von Seakyll) and architect Kalle Rõõmus. The ceremony will be followed by a conference dedicated to Umsiedlung.

The monument to Umsiedlung is a gift of Saka Manor owners Eha and Tõnis Kaasik on the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia, commemorating the resettlement of Baltic Germans from Estonia and Latvia. “Many Baltic Germans contributed to the creation of an independent Estonian state in 1918 and supported Estonians and Estonia in restoring their independence in 1991 and this is our way of expressing gratitude,” Mr Kaasik said.

The conference takes a closer look on the topics of who resettled and why and the destiny of the Baltic German art collections and family albums. The conference is organised by the Baltic German Culture Society in Estonia and Saka Manor.

Dr Hist Olev Liivik states, that Saka Manor is a symbolic place to recall Umsiedlung. „Family Löwis of Menar left Saka in 1939 to Germany, they had stayed here despite the land reform and other legal regulations in the Republic of Estonia from 1919. When talking about the resettlement we have to think about the meaning of home and homeland and understand, that the Baltic Germans were the first during the war to lose their homeland,” Liivik said. Discussion about the resettlement raises the eternal question about hope and hopelessness.

The resettlement of Baltic Germans (known in German as Umsiedlung) was linked to the treaty between Germany and the Soviet Union signed on 23 August 1939 in Moscow (the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact), which assigned Estonia and Latvia to the Soviet Union’s sphere of influence in a secret protocol.

Fearing invasion by the Red Army, over 13,000 people removed themselves from Estonia to Germany between October 1939 and May 1940. However, several thousand Estonian Germans decided not to leave their homeland, but following the occupation of the Baltic States, Germany allowed nearly 8000 more people to relocate in the winter of 1941. From Latvia, over 60,000 people left in two waves of relocation from 1939-1941. The resettlement marked the end of Baltic German influence in the region, which had played an important role and enriched local culture in the Baltic States for centuries.

Many Baltic Germans contributed to the creation of an independent Estonian state in 1918 and supported Estonians and Estonia in restoring their independence in 1991.

An article by Dr Olev Liivik in Estonica http://www.estonica.org/en/Umsiedlung/

Sincerely Your’s,

Eha Kaasik
Tõnis Kaasik

Additional information tel: +372 3364 900

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