Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Parnu, Villa Johanna is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its romantic environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Villa Johanna makes it easy to enjoy the best of Parnu.
Rooms at Villa Johanna provide a refrigerator, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Villa Johanna guests have access to room service and express check-in and check-out. You can also enjoy a sauna.
While staying at Villa Johanna, visitors can check out Eliisabet's Church (0.5 mi) and Sculpture of Johann Voldemar Jannsen (0.5 mi), some of Parnu's top attractions.
While visiting Parnu, you may want to try some ribs at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Mack Bar-B-Que BeachClub.
Parnu is also home to Museum of New Art, a popular art museum that is not too far from Villa Johanna.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Villa Johanna is sure to make your visit to Parnu one worth remembering.
A small lovely guesthouse in a quiet street in a park near the beach. The owner lady is nice. The rooms are very clean, the requirement is to remove your outdoor shoes when you enter the room. Towels could be bigger, at first we thought there were only hand towels. Only cash payment. No breakfast, because not enough guests. I do not think that it is a good practice. The car can be parked on the street or in a small courtyard.
I cant belive. I was in that place 2 years ago. Everything was great. This time at may 2018, the place have totally changed. Owner of place have totally changed house rules and will delegate to those to you as "... person". i leaved the key and didnt even say Goodbye. I will not stay there. No TV channels. No freezer. (offline). everything have taken So minimum. ehhh,..
This is a good choise if you are travelling in a group and want to rent several rooms. Both downstairs and upstairs there are rooms situated so that you can have your "own area". There are also suites. The house and the rooms are very clean because of some rules (leave your shoes outside the door) and because of the owner who lives in the same house and takes good care of everything. She is a lovely person! There are parking places in front of the house, small fridges in the rooms, very good toilets and showers in the rooms and also sauna available. There is an efficient wifi and televisions in every room. The owner serves breakfast but you can also visit hotell Wasa next to Villa Johanna and have a superb breakfast there (7 euros). On the other side of the road there is two more guesthouses and there are many good restaurants nearby. One could mention Wesset and Noot, both kind of a gourmet-places. It takes 10-15 minutes to walk in the town center and even less when you want to go to the beach. I warmly recommend this place if you appreciate a cozy, clean and traditional guest house. I will come here again! …
The old lady at the front is quite nice, but not the level of English I have been used to in Estonia. That's fine, I'm in her country, just be patient and smiling and you will get along fine. The room is pretty small but perfect for the price, bathroom is clean and functional. Internet is perfect. Had a small ant problem in my room, but I'm sure that's more a reflection on the last visitor than the hostel. You have to take off your shoes before you enter your room, which is weird, but made me laugh. Make sure you get a coffee at nearby Supelsakstad, amazing little shop with quaint decor and nice staff
We were in this hotel 4 nights and everything worked nicely. Room had wifi and it worked nicely. Speedy enough and stable. We got big room downstairs with own terrace in the garden. Room was tidy and comfortable. Hotel is located close to the beach and within walking distance to city. Hotel parking places were good. We didn't use car at all when staying in Pärnu, just walk. Breakfast was decent. Selection of food were quite modest but everyhing were fresh and ok. At least we got stomachs full. Hotel is run by a nice lady. Some might say that she tends to "over supervise" every move that happens in her's place. Yes, I agree partly. But this supervising didn't bother us a bit.
We stayed at the Villa Johanna guesthouse for two nights in early July. The guesthouse is run by a nice old lady. As she runs the place on her own, she was not always around when we looked for her but it did not really bother us. Our room was clean and spacious with an excellent bathroom. The wifi worked well and the breakfast was good enough too. The front door was locked up at 9 pm every night but we got the key to it. A lovely guesthouse for people looking peace and quiet. Aitäh!
We had a reservation for four nights, two adults and one kid. The room was really small one, not enogh space to do anything else except sleep. So we decided to go somewhere else after two nights. However, The owner didn't want even talk about any possible conpensation for the rest of the two nights. The reservation by email was too tricky. You have to send at least two confirmations, i.e. confirm your own confirmation without any further notice. Also, like stated earlier, the breakfast is not much to brag about it.
I decided impulsively to visit Parnu without booking anything. As a discriminating traveller, I had a rather difficult time finding accommodation at an affordable price. I eventually stumbled upon Villa Johanna, after visiting and making inquiries at a large number of hotels and hostels. The woman at reception was very friendly, helpful and customer-focused and also willing to converse in Estonian (many Estonians immediately switch to English the minute they hear foreign accented Estonian), which I appreciated. I was offered to be shown a room after making an inquiry about price, which is always a good sign. The rooms have their own fridges and showers, just like a hotel, which compared to many places in Parnu represents terrific value at 30 euros. While the hotel is a little bit away from the centre of town, this is a good thing in some ways- it is actually about half-way between the beach and the centre of town- both are within 15-20 minutes to walk. I was also offered an extra night (Sunday) for just 10 more euros (40 in total for 2 nights) which was fantastic value, but unfortunately not possible. Breakfast is also available in the mornings for 4 more euros between 8 and 9.30. I opted instead to go into town for breakfast which is a bad idea on a Sunday in Parnu- virtually no restaurants or cafes offering decent meals were open. A fantastic option for travellers on a budget who still value their privacy and personal space- I will certainly be returning.…
For us Pärnu is Norther Riviera. Great beaches lovely nature and right size city, which means that v´car is not needed evevnings. This was our secontd time in the city and weather have been over 24+. Can't complain :)
We have stayed at various places in Parnu over the years, and Villa Johanna is among the best. Only 11 rooms. Breakfast from 8-930 is very tasty. The owner is always present and is very helpful. During July, she has a student helper who assisted with the luggage to the second floor. The location is superb, with only a few minutes to the beach and to Kuursaal, a famous local pub with reasonable food for lunch and dinner. WiFi was very good in the room. Beds were a bit on the low side, but comfortable. There was no air conditioning, but even on the hottest days, the simple measure of closing the blinds and then opening the windows at night made for very comfortable sleeping. I only wish there was a safe in the room or one provided at reception for guests. The price was competitive, especially when one considers that July is the only money-making month for this resort town.…