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.
A favorite room of the newly-weds
The room that is nowadays named as the Lady of the Manor Junior Suite used to be a favorite room of the last Soviet head of the local border post.
In this room, at the oak table that used to belong to the baron of the former Sackhof estate, in the end of the 1980s, he greeted the representative of the family of the Löwis of Menarids, who were the last landlords of the estate and was paying a visit to Saka Manor.
Thus, drinking tea, two very different men met each other at this antique writing-table that was familiar to both – the Wehrmacht officer and a head of the local border post, who was Belarusian.
Unfortunately, this noteworthy writing-table disappeared after the Soviet troops left the manor and before it was purchased by the new owner.
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:
- Phone: +372 336 4900
- E-mail: email@example.com
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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