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Reviewed 14 June 2020 via mobile

After spending 1 day at the manor, I realized how much effort has gone into making it a great place to stay.

Super friendly and helpful staff, clean amenities, lawn mowned and flowers watered. The Loquiz adventure/quiz was a really tough nut to crack.

Try the black garlic icecream at the restaurant!

Picture is from a nature trail close by.

Date of stay: June 2020
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank AlvarFromTallinn
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Reviewed 30 July 2019

My wife and I booked the manor house and hotel as the venue for our wedding, and we were not disappointed with our decision.

Firstly, the manor is a fantastically beautiful building with lovely grounds where we held our ceremony. Particularly the pond to the rear of the manor building which is a lovely romantic spot.

The staff on hand were very helpful and attentive, and the restaurant provided a truly top class dinner for our guests, including putting together requested vegan options. We were especially lucky to be looked after by the wonderful Tiia Traks, who ensured that our day was taken care of and was a regular point of contact for all of our requests and questions. Further, she put us in contact with some local businesses who were able to supply some of the required services for our big day.

We housed our guests in the hotel on the estate, who were more than pleased with the standard of their accomodation. We have stayed there on multiple occasions and are particularly impressed with the estates commitment to ecological and environmentally friendly products and amenities.

If you are just passing by, you should definitely take the time to tour the manor, which is filled with fascinating historical items both from the history of the manor itself and Estonia in general. Further, the food provided in the restaurant it top class, locally sourced produce and makes for a wonderfully delightful meal. I have not gotten around to trying the bear yet, but if it is anything like the other menu options, it will be fantastic.

We can not recommed Sagadi Manor enough, and it will always hold a very special place in our hearts and we'd again like to thank all of the staff for their hard work to help make our wedding day truly special.

Date of stay: July 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank masskar
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Reviewed 12 May 2019

We were spending my mothers 70´th birthday with a group of six adults and four teenagers. Sagadi is about an hours drive from Tallinn. The manor is beautiful, the old main building serves as a museum. We did not take part in any activities, but used the manor as a base for day trips to the beautiful Lahemaa national park and coastal villages. Both superior and regular rooms did not have much personality, but were comfortable and decently priced. The rooms got quite warm during the days so I´m not sure how it would would work out during the summer. The staff was most helpful and spoke several languages. The restaurant serves perfectly good food with local specialities like elk and wild boar. However options for vegetarians are quite limited.
The surroundings are beautiful and the old buildings well kept.

Date of stay: April 2019
Thank Jussi_69
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Reviewed 7 January 2019

This manor house is stunning on the outside. Great opportunity for photos. The manor house is fully furnished with beautiful artifacts and interesting stories on local legends. I didn't stay over, yet I thoroughly enjoyed visiting and peaking through the windows at the natural beauty of the landscape. Nice gift shop.

Date of stay: June 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Jenny-Jetset
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Reviewed 30 October 2018

This is a great place to stay for 2-3 days or more with family, also romantic place for couples. We stayed there with friends. For our family (2 adults) we took little house, it was perfect. So much space inside and so much thought out for the guests. We stayed for night - we took a combined offer: theatre with staying in manor. It was perfect experience. We enjoyed the show in the open air and after it was late finished needn't to drive back to capital. We also were lucky with weather, so we walked whole area through. Very impressive place and time.

Big minus: mosquitos. there too much of them and you need to spray yourself from head to toe to except to be bitten.
Expensive, could be cheaper.

Room tip: Advise to choose extra little house
Date of stay: June 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Jelena P
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