The guest house in the distillery of Palmse manor is located in the heart of the manor complex and surrounded by a beautiful manor park and milieu. The guest house is housed in a distillery built in 1860 and offers great leisure facilities.
The distillery has a restaurant “Von der Pahlen” where we serve the finest delicious dishes. See more..
The distillery’s guest house has 25 unique and diverse rooms.
- Double room with two single beds (TWIN) – 70 €
- Double room with one large bed (DBL) – 80 €
- Triple room with three single beds (TRPL) – 85 €
- Single room (SGL) – 60 €
Rooms are cozy and simple. All rooms have a private toilet / shower room. Room size 15 – 25 m². Larger rooms can accommodate 1 extra bed or 1 baby cot, if required. All rooms have towels, a hairdryer, bed linen, a wardrobe, heating, and a socket near the bed.
There is a great view of the manor garden.
The price includes a copious breakfast and a visit to the Palmse Manor Open-Air Museum.
* Pets are not allowed.
Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Room for a guide 36 €
Room for a bus driver 0 €
Discount – 10% for a group from 12 people.
30-day free cancellation.
Check-in 15:00 – 21:00, check-out no later than 12:00.
Palmse Distillery Guesthouse is 10 km from Võsu Beach and the Gulf of Finland of the Baltic Sea. Rakvere City, with its train station and bus station, is 34 km away. The nearest airport is Tallinn Lennart Meri Airport, 70 km from the property.
Palmse Manor Open-Air Museum is a real gem that offers more for the soul and body than you can expect. The manor ensemble is surrounded by a park, where you can find rare old trees, natural hiking trails and park pavilions with wonderful views. The territory of the 52-hectare manor has more than 30 different buildings and facilities.
Here you can visit various exhibitions that give an excellent overview of Estonian manor life and architecture through the centuries.
To get an idea of what the life of the landlord looked like, it is worth visiting the manor house. In the palm house you can admire camellias, grapes, and orange trees, in the smithy you can take part in the blacksmith’s work and try it yourself if you wish. The history of the production of vodka known to Estonians as a “medicinal liquid” since the 15th century is exhibited in the former ox stable.
The manor’s kitchens offer a food experience for every taste.
In Palmse manor it is possible to actively relax in a beautiful natural environment, get a visitor experience from the historical interior and original and timely service.
However, to make your time in the guest house truly unforgettable, take the opportunity to take a walk in the fabulous historic manor park and visit all the buildings and exhibitions.