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Hariduse 15, Turi 72210 Estonia
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#1 of 3 Speciality lodging in Turi
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English, Russian, Estonian, Finnish and 1 more
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Hot bath
Breakfast in the room
Bicycle rental
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Horseback riding
Hot spring bath
BBQ facilities
Non-smoking hotel
Sun terrace
24-hour front desk
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Grade: 49 out of 100
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qwerty1982 wrote a review Oct 2019
Tallinn, Estonia118 contributions34 helpful votes
First – my review is about suite, not cabins. Suite is a bit more expensive, but it seems to have more space, had a better kitchen and a bath. It is located in the main building and has a private entrance. Entrance is on the first floor and there’s about 15 steps to the second floor (no lift!) where you find small kitchen (and access to the private balcony), then L-sized room with a table, TV, chairs and a double bed (also access to the smaller private balcony) and a bathroom. The view is to the lake side, to the garden and in the front of the building. Suite is right choice for a couple or a parent+child as there's no room for an extra bed (maybe only for a cot, but it makes difficult to move around). Overall I liked it and I would visit it again, but it had some downsides. The pluses first. I liked the location. Maaritza is about a kilometre from the train station, shops are near, it is easily accessible and is located next to a small lake (swimming!). If you visit with a child (like I did) there a some pretty good playgrounds around, one in the beach area, the other about a half kilometre walk towards the train station. During summer time of course the lake has various possibilities. Heating worked well. As I visited Türi in the beginning of September I was at first a bit concerned. But the radiator was on the wall in the middle of the apartment and I could change the temperature as I wished. Quietness. I read the reviews and some people had commented that the cabins were quite noisy as the walls are thin. The suite was quiet, I didn't even notice cars passing by. Two private balconies. The first one is big, you can easily serve lunch and dinner for 4 persons (as it is connected to the kitchen). The second one is small, just two chairs and a table but I guess it's more like a symbolic place-to-be. Kitchen. It has everything to make a nice meal, and a real oven, not micro one! :) Kitchen includes a water-heater and a coffee machine (as well filters and coffee). Now the minuses. Too much furniture. This place is totally over-furnished. You can find several clocks, chairs and loads of bric-à-brac everywhere. As I was with a child I had to put a lot of stuff somewhere higher and hide some stuff behind or in the other stuff just to move around. If the owner just throws out some of that not necessary stuff the rooms look MUCH better. This apartment is a bit small. As I mentioned, it's suitable for two persons only or a family with a toddler maximum. We had some problems with cutlery and kitchen. There wasn't a proper smaller kitchen knife and as I hosted a dinner I found out that we had only two forks ... for 4 persons. The pots and pans were a bit dirty and water heater was incrusted. And I just have to add that as there was no dining table I had to improvise a eating area in the room, playing tetris with different chairs and a coffee table. It could have been easier if there hadn't been a large writing desk to move around. Again – too much furniture...
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Date of stay: September 2019
Room Tip: Suite – it is quiet.
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BloodyHellGabrielle wrote a review Aug 2018
Stockholm, Sweden47 contributions4 helpful votes
The smal cabins are located in a nice garden close to a beautiful lake. They are good value for money, even though I would have liked more cutlery and more plates in order to be able to eat. It is quiet and there is some thought into everything that is in the cabin (except for the lack of kitchen utensils).
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Date of stay: August 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
gryn6Espoo wrote a review Aug 2017
Espoo, Finland7 contributions
Quite decent place for a cheap stop. You get one of four toy-like mini-cottages, painted in pretty colours; unlike others we've stayed in, those do include WC, shower and a mini-kitchen. We didn't try the kitchen; why try when there's a "Pub Count Dracula" close by in the town? Small artificial lake's beach is right next to the hotel, shopping/dining street is some 5-10 minutes walk.
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Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
Annika U wrote a review Aug 2016
Tartu, Estonia7 contributions
All in all - good place to stay if You are fond of doing everything outside. The garden and outdoor kitchen are both beautiful and very functional. The house itself is microscopical. Well, it has everything necessary for having a good night sleep, but it is still very tiny. Also the check in was funny - sign papers, pay, take key (only one for 3 persons) and try to be OK.
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Date of stay: August 2016Trip type: Travelled with friends
thelabella wrote a review May 2014
Tallinn, Estonia11 contributions9 helpful votes
There are four cabins in the garden. Enough parking space, very beautiful garden. Comfortable beds, enough hot water in the shower, well equipped kitchen. No hairdryer in the bathroom. But it was really strange, that they advertise one cabin per 4 persons. There was not enough space for two, when one was standing or moving, the another must sit down to have some space. I really cannot imagine 4 persons in same time in this hut. The welcome in the beginning was warm, but most strange thing was, that after the leaving the housewife called and said, that there were missing two pillows. Sorry, I have been travelled in more than 50 countries and never had such kind problems. And we did not wanted these pillows also then, if they paid for us... During the Türi Flower Fair the place was also highly overpriced, 60 € per night is too high for these conditions. I mean, that I do not go back and also do not advice others to go.
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Date of stay: May 2014
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Trip type: Travelled on business
US$43 - US$65 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about MaaRitza
Which popular attractions are close to MaaRitza?
Nearby attractions include Käru Muuseum (0.2 km), Türi Museum (0.6 km), and Kirna Manor (5.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at MaaRitza?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and room service.
What food & drink options are available at MaaRitza?
Guests can enjoy barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at MaaRitza?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are there opportunities to exercise at MaaRitza?
Yes, guests have access to a sauna during their stay.
Is MaaRitza located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.2 km away from the centre of Turi.
Are pets allowed at MaaRitza?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at MaaRitza?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, Russian, Finnish, and Estonian.
Are there any historical sites close to MaaRitza?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Sargvere Manor (10.0 km).