Oti Manor House - the oldest baronial estate on the island of Saaremaa, Estonia, in the Baltic Sea, was first mentioned in historical records in the year 1309.
A mere one and a half hour drive from Tallinn, our private estate awaits you in the ancient heartland of this seaside paradise. Almost 700 years of history breathes from the landscape, old cobblestone roads, the stately park, the neoclassical architecture, the medieval church - they all beckon to the soul.
Now, the Manor offers comfortable accommodations during the summer months (May-August) at affordable prices in elegantly decorated and tastefully furnished suites. Our dining room, offers a special atmosphere for your meals, and after reviving yourself in a traditional wood-stove Saaremaa sauna, or getting at ease in front of a cosy live fireplace, you can finally relax and be yourself. We are not a hotel, but a home!
Furthermore, we offer an excellent opportunity for holding small seminars, conferences, weddings, or meetings for up to twelve people. And as if all that were not enough, Oti Manor House is strategically located in the heart of historical Saaremaa - boasting several nearby attractions - Koigi Nature Preserve, Poide Church, pristine beaches, and numerous other historical sites. The capital, Kuressaare, is only 50 kilometers distant, and Orissaare, a mere 8 kilometers, for all your basic shopping needs.
We offer an unusual - exciting path to endless adventure in "the land of islands" - Saaremaa.
Our owner/host, Henno, an Estonian American, has taken an old shell and completely restored it, very lovingly. Eclectically furnished with antiques, the Manor house is beautiful and interesting to just wander through again and again. The grounds are also tended and has surprises here and there. Quiet, private, a lovely place to stay.
It is very beautiful manor and the owner is very friendly foreign Estonian man. We arrived very late but got a quick view of the manor. They do not accept any credit cards, so unless paid in advance remember to have enough cash as the nearest ATM is in Orissaare some 8km away from the manor. We stayed downstairs - the walls are thick but the doors are not. We heard another couple fighting in the evening and the from 6am the washing machine - not something you look for Sunday morning when you expect a good and long sleep. When the machine stopped at around 7 they started to make breakfast in the kitchen right across our room - we heard everything, even the chopping on the cutting board, not to mention the noise from the plates and cups and talking. Besides that the room was lovely and spacious, very clean and warm. The bathroom was shared with an other room, it was clean and spacious. Breakfast had not a big variety, but OK. WIFI is only in common area - TV room.…
This place is very nice. The room interior changes from oriental to safari as you can see from their webpage. The owner is very nice which made the atmosphere cozy even though this is a manor. There were people with bikes so no need to be nervous about dress code :) Please visit the local church. Remember to ask about the wall of fame in the hallway!
This small luxury guesthouse is one of the most interesting an stylish places I've ever stayed in. Set in the heart of the historic island of Saaremaa, just off the coast of Estonia in the Baltic Sea, this gem of a house sits in a beautiful park in the rolling countryside. Each room has its own unique character and the common rooms are magnificent - especially the ballroom. As I understand it, the house will celebrate its 700 year anniversary this year, being the oldest baronial estate on the islands. The owners/manager are friendly and helpful, the food is exquisite, and the atmosphere is unbeatable. I would recommend this as a must-see place for anyone planning to travel to this undiscovered and beautiful corner of Northern Europe.