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Cozy guest rooms and a sauna wait for you on the second floor of the Kuressaare Airport terminal. The guesthouse has five double rooms and you can also order breakfast. You can get to the centre of Kuressaare by using the public transport.
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The guesthouse is situated on the second floor of the airport terminal building. My room consisted of two beds, a desk and a TV. Toilets and showers are shared. Keep in mind that one row of rooms face the road and the sun all day, which in the summer heats up the room very much (this was the room I had). The other row faces the actual airport, which means (I assume) that you can watch the airplanes coming and going. Not that there were a whole lot of planes, in fact there was very little noise from both the road and the airport. The staff was very nice, and rooms and bathrooms were clean. The only negative aspect here is the location. It's quite a walk to the city centre, about 40 minutes, and even further to the bus terminal. There's supposed to be a bus going out there, but I didn't see it once during my stay. It won't let this affect the rating though, as it's quite obvious that an airport guesthouse isn't situated in the middle of town. Besides, walking isn't a problem in itself, there's a combined sidewalk/bicycle path all the way between the airport and the city, and during sunrise and sunset the scenery is quite beautiful (at least in summer).…
Date of stay: July 2014
Trip type: Travelled solo
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