Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Muhu, Vanatoa Bed & Breakfast is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its charming environment and proximity to great restaurants, Vanatoa Bed & Breakfast makes it easy to enjoy the best of Muhu.
The bed and breakfast features baggage storage and express check-in and check-out, and you can stay connected during your stay as Vanatoa Bed & Breakfast offers guests free wifi. Plus, Vanatoa Bed & Breakfast offers a hot tub and an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day.
Muhu Jaanalind (2.7 mi), located nearby, makes Vanatoa Bed & Breakfast a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Muhu landmark.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Koguva Sadamakohvik, one of the barbeque restaurants that can be found in Muhu, which is a short distance from Vanatoa Bed & Breakfast.
Vanatoa Bed & Breakfast is sure to make your visit to Muhu one worth remembering.
Our stay in Vanatoa was very pleasant. Personel was very nice and helpfull. The area had a perfect ethnic aesthetic as well as displayed original historical estonian things. The farm hotel has a great restorant worth visiting if you want something simple but of good quality.
Peaceful historic hotel in a farm setting. We stayed two nights and enjoyed walks to the Baltic Sea and the Muhu Museum. Very beautiful setting with traditional houses and buildings right in the village. Delicious meals and breakfast. Highly recommend!
A surprisingly unique gastronomic experience, in beautiful and tranquil rural surroundings. Ample parking space and camping facilities. Located at walking distance from the Muhu Museum (a must) and the Koguva fishing hamlet (the restaurant there was closed due to corona virus). Not very far from a Park for canopy adventures. Rooms are rather spartanly furnished and the pillows are nothing to remember with any nostalgia. Simple additions, such as a chair and a mini table to open your luggage upon, would be qualitatively significant. The WiFi should definitively be strengthened. The staff is absolutely friendly (specially the very tall manager, Timo), and will readily provide touristic tips.
I visited because of a special dinner event, but stayed with friends for 2 nights weekend. High quality food and service with little extra entertainment was really enjoyable on this special evening. Rich breakfasts and other meals from the menu were also at very good level, especially I liked that they were flexible and fast to find food solutions for my two years old child. Rooms are clean and cozy, even bit too warm but you can always open a window. My child loved the extra large play-room in house and out-door playground. I was very happy that they were able to arrange baby-sitting during the concert-dinner. The idyllic village and sea side surrounding was perfect for long walks even during winter-time.
Nice located B&B with camping facilities. Unfortunately no moskito net, hair dryer and internet in the rooms. Breaktfast was ok but Not of high standard. Clean and nice rooms. Near Muhu Museum and harbour.
Vanatoa is lovely quaint BnB which is in a very nice condition. I visited for a wedding and had a shared room, and I was pleasantly surprised at how clean and new the rooms were. Everything was freshly painted and very clean, with tasteful decor. The area is absolutely beautiful and the grounds are stunning. It is lovely to just sit in the garden and take in the fresh air. I understand rooms in the main house can become very hot and stuffy, so it is preferable to have one of the outside buildings. There is limited wifi in the outside rooms, as it is very remote. However it is possible to use the wifi in the main house.
I was travelling with friends. We stayed in 4 bed bedroom with bathroom and shower. The room was extreamly clean, warm and new. Food was really good and the staff was nice. Outdoors were beautiful and cozy.
We stayed here, along with 40 8-10 year old little girls attending camp. Staff cared less as the girls sang karaoke in the only room with wifi. No accommodation and the staff acted as if our presence was an inconvenience. After 2 weeks in Estonia,the lack of even basic hospitality stood out as the exception. Cons The staff barely spoke English and all were inhospitable through out our entire stay. We arrived around 2pm as they finished serving lunch, smelling amazing stew, only to be told NO food was available. My husband begged for something and they gave him some of the ham stew served at lunch. They had no options for me, a vegetarian. The hotel has a "tavern", supposedly. I asked for a glass of red wine to be told none was available as I stared at 17 bottles on the bar. They gave me a glass! We were shuttled into an attic dorm room with 5 beds above the owner's home (I believe) with a bathroom downstairs. Lights had no lightbulbs, room and bathroom had no mirrors. An old bookcase with what looked like their old tax records was shoved in a corner. No wifi They told us that the art museum was 1km back down the road, only to round the corner of the hotel and see it. The amazing art museum worker mentioned local small town politics are at work! Pros: village is absolutely adorable and the hotel main rooms might be better …
Koguva village is an open-air museum and Vanatoa Turismitalu is located on the edge of the village. In the evening it is blissfully quiet to walk around and the beach is a few minutes stroll away. Rooms are well furnished and immaculate and the dinner was tasty and very good value.
Vanatoa tourist farm is a beautifully-maintained collection of historic cottages and outbuildings in the middle of Koguva village, a living monument to Estonian island life on the island of Muhu. It's easy to get to, either a short ferry from the mainland or a causeway from the larger island of Saareema. We stayed in a wonderful, airy room with its own porch/conservatory that looked out on the garden. By booking ahead, we were provided with a lovely evening meal of salmon plus Vanatoa's home-brewed beer (pretty powerful - about eight or nine per cent, as I remember). We were also lucky enough to be there on midsummer's eve and joined with the locals in a party and bonfire at the nearby harbour. We had a few beers beneath lines of fish being dried in the wind and watched the spectacular blaze against the background of the setting sun and Saareema island just across the sound. Delicious breakfast the next day included a fresh-cooked omelette. The village is well worth exploring - the houses are beautiful and there is a charming little art gallery as well. To this day we regret that we didn't make a purchase there as there was something we saw that we both liked but for some reason just didn't buy it. Perhaps we'll have to return and see if it is still there!…