Saka Manor Mansion

In 2010, after renovations were completed, the historic aristocratic residence, in the shade of ancient trees, was opened to guests.

The villa-style mansion contrasts greatly with most Estonian manors, with a light tower that may have inspired the nearby Oru Castle that was built 30 years later – the summer residence of the Estonian head of state prior to the Second World War, which is today only preserved in photographs.

Rooms in the Manor Mansion

Reminiscent of Italian renaissance architecture, the mansion offers its guests 1 suite with historical interior, 3 junior suites as well as 8 other manorial rooms, each fashioned in its own special style. The mansion also accommodates the a’la carte restaurant and several conference rooms. The mansion’s Ballroom is a superb place for registering marriage or holding a glamorous wedding.

The mansion has 12 rooms:

Two Junior Suite rooms have baths, two rooms on the 3rd floor have sitting baths, and other rooms have shower cabins.
Every room has SAT TV and a phone, rugs in front of the beds, a hair dryer in the bathroom, slippers, and bathrobes.
The mansion has a Wi-Fi connection.

Information and reservations:

NB! The administration reserves the right to change rates without prior notice. Services that have been paid for but go unused for reasons not related to Saka Manor will not be refunded.

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