Hermine is a room with a tiny skylight, which is located on the third floor of the manor house. The room has a bath, and visible trusses add the historical atmosphere.
It is situated separately from other rooms
The fact that this room is situated separately from other rooms adds some extra value to Hermine room. Similar rooms Amanda and Hermine have at their disposal the entire third floor of the Manor Mansion, which is fitted with antique furniture and armchairs and the sofa with massive Chesterfield-type capitonnage and genuine leather upholstery. From the third floor, one can get to the glazed balcony of the light tower, from the windows of which it is possible to enjoy the view of the entire estate.
Facilities in the Manor Mansion
This 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.
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.
It’s got everything you need!
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.
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.
The cost of accommodation includes:
The cost of accommodation includes a rich buffet breakfast, saunas and pool area 1.5h visit, swimming-pool morning visit from 7.00 am to 10.00 and 9% VAT.
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.
Rooms in the Manor Mansion
Head of State Junior Suite
The Head of State Suite got its name from Oru Castle that was located nearby in Toila, but destroyed during war, and it was the summer residence of the Estonian head of state prior to the Second World War.
Lord of the Manor Junior Suite
Lord of the Manor Junior Suite has two large windows opening to the square in front of the manor house and the main gates, a luxurious bathroom, and silver curtains and textiles.
Madam of the Manor Suite
The Madam of the Manor Suite is located on the second floor of the manor house, and before the restoration it used to accommodate the “Red Corner” of the Soviet border guard station.
Lady of the Manor Junior Suite
The Lady of the Manor corner room is full of light and has a great view. It is equipped with furniture and textiles in light colours.
Gentleman Double Superior Plus
Gentleman Double Superior Plus is smaller and more austere than the Madam of the Manor Suite and the Lady of the Manor Junior Suite that are located on both sides of it.
You can enjoy the view of the park outside through a small round window.
Debora has a small skylight opening into treetops, an antique British-style wardrobe and soft armchairs.
Aurelia is larger than the rooms named Pauline and Debora. In addition to the skylight, daylight also enters the room through the two round windows looking south and east.
Johanna is a spacious room with a skylight, soft armchairs, and antique cabinets. Small round windows look north and east.
Mathilde is a spacious room with a skylight, it has lamps both on walls and embedded in the floor. There are soft armchairs and an antique wardrobe in the room.
Amanda is a room with a tiny skylight, which is located on the third floor of the manor house.
Hermine is a room with a tiny skylight, which is located on the third floor of the manor house.