We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.

Property types

View Holiday Rentals


US$0 - US$103 +
Price + taxes and fees



Traveller rating

Partner payments determine which prices are displayed. Room types may vary, learn more.
7 of 12 properties are available in Jogeva
Sort by:
Best Value
    Payments made by partners impact the order of prices displayed. Room types may vary, learn more.
    Updating list...
    * Prices are provided by our partners, and reflect nightly room rates, including all taxes and fees known to our partners. Please see our partners for more details.

    Hotels near the sights

    • Jogewa Museum
      Read more
    • Kuremaa Mill
      The fully renovated Kuremaa mill reopened in 2009. The first floor is home to a party room with its own fireplace and a sales counter, while the second floor is the perfect place for exhibitions and training events. The third floor hosts a display on the Dutch-style windmills that can be found in Estonia - including its most impressive piece, a model of the Kuremaa windmill. On the top floor you can admire the views over Vooremaa from the narrow windows.
      Read more
    • Kuremaa Castle and Park
      Kuremaa Classicist manor house was built in 1837-1843 by the von Oettingen family. The manor house was designed by the architect E. J. T. Strauss from Tartu. There is also a room for a museum in the castle which gives an overview of the region and of the history of Kuremaa Agricultural School. At present the rooms of the castle are used for organising conferences. The park rich in species descends towards lake Kuremaa which attracts visitors with its well-kept beach and possibilities for taking a rest.
      Read more
    • Kassinurme Fort and Sacred Grove
      The Kassinurme ancient area was established 7000 years ago and the fort 2000 years ago. The sacred grove was discovered when the settlement was established and it is one of the oldest sacred places in Estonia. A fragment of the ancient fort has been restored. At present the sacred grove is the favourite place for history enthusiasts who organise ancient war games there, revive old folk customs and celebrate folk calendar holidays. The health trail lets visitors see the varied nature of the region and enjoy beautiful surface forms.
      Read more
    • Rajakula Old Believers' Worship House
      It is believed that the Raja congregation of Old Believers was established in the first quarter of the 18th century. The congregation was given permission to build its own church only in 1879. The church was destroyed during the Second World War – the only thing left is the belfry. The present worship house has 11 rooms. In 1854–1930 Gavriil Frolov lived in the worship house. He taught children icon-writing, reading and writing in Old-Slavic, also singing based on old musical notation.
      Read more
    • Laiuse Fortress Ruins
      Construction of the Laiuse fortress was launched by the Livonian Order in the late 14th century to defend its eastern borders. The first defensive structure in Estonia to be fitted with firearms, it gained its definitive appearance in the late Middle Ages. Cannon towers were added to the fortress in the mid-15th century. The fortress crumbled in 1559 but was restored, with wooden barracks built at the end of the Swedish era, which accommodated Karl XII and his entourage from 1700–1701. After the Great Northern War the fortress lay in ruins. Did you know...? - The fortress ruins are today the site of historical snow battles in winter and more peaceful events in summer.
      Read more
    • Kukita Old Believers Prayer House of the Estonian Association of Old Believers Congregations
      The first prayer house of Old Believers in Estonia is located in Kukita. The Kukita Prayer House was consecrated on September 14, 1740. During the war of 1812, the Cossack Old Believers donated a chandelier to the Prayer House. There were a total of 397 Old Believers in the list of parishioners of the Kukita congregation by 1833. The current Prayer House was built in 1948 in place of the one destroyed in World War II.Old Believers have services every Sunday and on all holidays (Christmas, Pascha and Epiphany).
      Read more
    Frequently Asked Questions about Jogeva hotels
    • Which hotels are closest to Ulemiste Airport?
      Popular hotels close to Ulemiste Airport include Palace Hotel Tallinn, a member of Radisson Individuals, Centennial Hotel Tallinn, and ibis Tallinn Center. See the full list: Hotels near (TLL) Ulemiste Airport.