Very beautiful castle surrounded by big waterfall and large park where you can have long walks. I have been here few times to have a dinner and also for some bigger events. Food has been always very delicious and service on top. Perfect place for weddings.
Our stay in here has been really satisfying, romantic and enjoyable for both of us. Staff is friendly and they are accepting our special requests. Breakfast was diverse and delicious. Same goes for restaurant food. We had dinner outside and saw sunset which was very colorful and breathtaking. During the daytime we wandered around forest tracks along the river side. It was magnificent. Keila waterfall is also nearby with stunning surroundings. Currently there are some construction works to make left riverbank side tracks even more enjoyable. Altogether we recommend this place for couples for getaway to peaceful place surrounded by friendly staff, outstanding castle and stunning nature.
We were fortunate to be here on a bright day as it meant that we could explore the grounds more. We were in-between quite a rainy time. The restoration of this building and associated museum is truly remarkable. When you see the pictures of how it was left after the occupiers in the war left it, you would think it would have taken many many years to restore. More work is planned to the neighbouring buildings which will, we hope, add more rooms to the hotel. If you get the chance, do visit the museum if not the hotel, it is very good to say the least. The grounds around the hotel and waterfalls were being improved when we were there with new lighting going in. ~It was surprisingly a reasonable rate to stay given the low number of rooms.
Lovely hotel rooms except for the smell of sewage and lack of hot water. Lovely silver smithing on display but prints of portraits do not make a museum. Limited menu - some food passable but not good value for €. Lovely to visit but wouldn’t hanker for a return visit. Thankfully we were with friends who could speak Russian as there is no or very little English spoken.
There is so much potential. Nice surroundings, beautifully restored castle. But it's difficult to experience all of that when there are basics missing. The management needs to do something about front of house people/their attitude (museum entrance), they are the face of the business. At the moment really impolite, rude face. Really sad. We didn't stay in the hotel, we were just visiting Keila-Joa surroundings and were thinking about dinner. But with this experience, I really don't think that we want to come back. Although it might be that they give different attitude once they know that You stay there.
Visited the museum of Keila joa Loss during a wandering trip to north-western Estonia. The place was very well renovated and nice to look at. The only problem was the ettitude of the personnel probably because of our outfit - not wearing suit and tie.
absolutely fantastic place, phenomenally beautiful. Perfectly restored manor house and old-style, beautiful guest rooms. I stayed in the Imperial Suite, which is beautiful and probably the largest suite. However, the Benckendorff suite and the Volkonskij suite have a balcony with a view of the waterfalls, hence I would recommend these. Room has no TV, which I found wonderfully relaxing - please keep it that way! There is no 'proper' reception like in a normal hotel. It feels more like you're actually 'guest in the manor' rather than guest in a hotel. Restaurant was impeccable, service was friendly but on the outside terrace a bit slow. The place is really not cheap. But worth it! Special tip: it's really not that far (25 min) to walk from the manor to the shores of the sea. Beautiful walk! …
Beautiful waterfall in the north-west of Estonia. You can get there from multiple directions, some might just be a bit of a walk away. It's public area so no entrance fees. Beautiful nature, if you're in the area you should visit.
Long time this historcal beauty waited true devoted people, who will give her back her true face and intorduce her history. Owners have made great work, specially I am very gald to see there museum, five o'clock tea every sunday and concerts. I was there to visit famous photographer Karl Bulla exhibition, but still did get most attention manor (said schloss Fall) and amazing park around it. There is only four suite, but they all have nice historical furniture, cosy large beds and beautiful view to fall or park. I am sure that it will be unforgettable travel in history for everyone.
Most tourists visit justTallinn but there are a lot of really exciting places nearby. This gothic style historical mansion(manor house) from the18th century is now well- renovated (Russian army had it during the soviet times and left it in a terrible condition). There is also a waterfall and park with hanging bridges, all the complex belongs to National Heritage Foundation. The little palace belonged to the Russian nobility before 1918. Now one can visit the mansion rooms,there are usually art exhibitions in the arched basement, a restaurant Cher Ami and "Five o'clock teas with concerts. If the weather is good it will be a wonderful way to spend some time to relax in a superb surrounding. Next to the waterfall there is also a small restaurant in an old manor building.…