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Toomarahva Tourism Farm

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Altja 45501 Estonia
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The farm is situated at the Lahemaa National Park, in a small fisherman village called Altja. We offer accommodation in the outbuildings of a historical farm complex. The sea, river, forest trails, and bicycling tracks are just a walk away.
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Street parking
Sauna
Beach
Bicycle rental
Babysitting
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Airport transportation
Hiking
Skiing
Bicycle tours
Walking tours
Board games / puzzles
Shuttle bus service
Foot massage
Full body massage
Head massage
Massage
Neck massage
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor furniture
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Quaint
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English, Russian, Estonian, Finnish
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Slybox wrote a review Sep 2017
Paris, France17 contributions23 helpful votes
We stayed 2 nights in early september and were a bit disappointed. We expected a cosy place with an authentic feeling, a place to meet and interact with local people. We also had understood that this was a place where we could have cooked our meal (a BBQ is mentioned and it says "outdoor cooking place"). But when we arrived and saw no such place, we asked about it. What was our surprise when the girl from the house got quite mad at us, saying we should have read the description better on booking.com. She said that there is no communal cooking place but just the BBQ. Unfortunatly it as out of order (a hole covering 2/3 of its bottom made it impossible for the coal to stay inside) and she said they only replace it in the begining of the season, that it was our choice to come out of the "season",... We had picked some mushrooms and bought some eggs and needed to cook them. We asked it a solution could be found and she was really angry about us, but finaly agreed that we use the breakfast kitchen for a few mn, but only this time and only for the mushroom. But when we started cooking the mother came and also got angry at us, saying she had work to do. The rest of the stay was smoother but still strict, not a happy feeling there. I need to add some precision too : when reading the other reviews it seemed that breakfasts were something worth trying. For 7€ per person we had everything one can ask at a breakfast table (cheese, ham, egg, cereals, milk, coffee, tea, bread, jam, butter, honey, juice, yogurt, porridge and some cookies/cake). It seems great but all these were of poor quality from the nearby supermarket. Nothing was homemade as I had read in some reviews. We saw the exact same bread, cakes,... in the shop in Vosu for cheap. I would have prefered less choice but more traditionnal and tasty (the ham and cheese and cake were tastless). Breakfast is served at 9 and at 10 we got kicked out of the room because she needed the place. Sauna cost 40€ for 2h and 10€ per extra hour. It's quite a price to pay for some almost free wood (and 2h to heat it), but the experience is still worth trying especialy if you share the price with other people. It's in a nice typical wooden house in the backyard with a place to change and an other to wash. It fits about 4 people. One double room (the one we had) is very nicely decorated with a cosy atmosphere, there is a fridge and a kettle (i wonder why the fridge if there is nowhere to cook though) and the bedding is wonderfull. We had some great nights there. There is no water in the room (sink, toilet,... whatsoever). One other double room is sharing the same entrance. This one doesn't have any fridge, just a kettle, and is not as beautiful as the one we had. Theses 2 rooms share the toilets and shower in a seperate room, accessible from the little coridor. There is a 3rd room with a seperate entrance which does have a cooking place, as we understood, but we didn't see it. I don't want to be all negative about the place because it has something, but our experience was not as pleasant as we'd expected. We were told that it's the first year that they had some tourists after august 31th, so maybe they just need to adapt to the fast transformation to the country.
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Date of stay: September 2017
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Room Tip: Pick the one on the left if you don't need a cooking place, it's really nicer than the...
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Connector79155 wrote a review Jul 2016
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This is the place when you want to experience the beauty of Estonian nature and see old authentic farm buildings. Nice beach near the venue, as well as nature route through woods, full of berries. However, it was somehow ruined by grumpy attitude of the hosting lady in the morning.
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Date of stay: July 2016Trip type: Travelled with family
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Martins S wrote a review Jul 2015
Greater Adelaide, Australia29 contributions9 helpful votes
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The other reviews really do sum up the experience well. Initially we found it difficult to navigate the few online searches for accommodation but a quick response and bargain price had us hooked (€45/n) There is also a bus going there in summer from Tallin each day at 10.30 for €6.50. The German Shepherd 'marta' is friendly on arrival. Having a car would get you to the tourist places otherwise Ulle (she calls herself the mistress) has bicycles, or Vihulla Manor nearby has them too and we negotiated an overnight price. Ulle used to be a park ranger of sorts and has lots of information. The map is deceiving... You could get to Krasma easily for a day trip, and there are forest trails which are at Oandu and quite fun. Take the seaside turnoff, the info boards are highly informative. The beach nearby is rarely visited and the blueberries/strawberries in the forest are plentiful. The tavern has great food at good prices. Two nights of mains set us back €50. We took our own breakfast, however the spread on offer at the guesthouse is great too.
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Date of stay: July 2015Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Anette B wrote a review Aug 2014
Duisburg, Germany2 contributions2 helpful votes
We spent two nights at the Toomarahva farm in a relatively simple room with a bed for two persons (no cooking facilities). The room was very nicely furnished and we had a small veranda outside. Ülle prepared a very good breakfast and was truly lovely. She gave us very good advice where to find a beach hardly visited by people. We took a bike ride through the forest without meeting anybody, went for a walk on the beaver trail and picked a lot of blueberries. The place was very quiet and our stay was truly relaxing, we wish we had stayed longer. The restaurant next door is very original with good food at great prices.
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Date of stay: July 2014
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Henrythecat_10 wrote a review May 2014
Melbourne, Australia15 contributions13 helpful votes
We're so glad we decided to head out to the countryside and stay here in the beautiful Lahemaa National Park. It was only a few hours drive from Tallinn and such a tranquil part of the world. It was very easy to relax and enjoy the fresh air. We went in autumn and loved the colourful leaves and foliage but it would also be magnificent in the other seasons too. At this time of year there was hardly anyone else around - it felt like we had the whole country to ourselves! Uelle is one of the nicest people we have met on our travels. She is a warm and welcoming host with helpful recommendations. We took Marta, her friendly dog for a walk down to the beach (what a character!) and it was like we had known her for a long time as she stayed with us the whole time (except when she saw a cat). The cabin we stayed in was comfortable and warm and had everything we needed. The local pub was across the road and there were numerous forest walks within walking distance or a few minutes drive. We enjoyed our stay here very much and hope we can return one day soon.
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Date of stay: October 2013
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PRICE RANGE
US$65 - US$133 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
EstoniaLaane-Viru CountyHaljala ParishAltja
NUMBER OF ROOMS
4
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Frequently Asked Questions about Toomarahva Tourism Farm
Which popular attractions are close to Toomarahva Tourism Farm?
Nearby attractions include Vihula Manor (5.7 km), Altja Tavern (0.1 km), and Sagadi Mois Museum (5.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Toomarahva Tourism Farm?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include airport transportation, kids activities, and shuttle bus service.
Is parking available at Toomarahva Tourism Farm?
Yes, street parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Toomarahva Tourism Farm?
Conveniently located restaurants include Sagadi Manor Hotel, Altja Korts, and Wöse Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Toomarahva Tourism Farm?
Yes, guests have access to a sauna during their stay.
Does Toomarahva Tourism Farm have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Toomarahva Tourism Farm offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Toomarahva Tourism Farm located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.2 km away from the centre of Altja.
Are pets allowed at Toomarahva Tourism Farm?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Toomarahva Tourism Farm?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Russian, Finnish, and Estonian.