I stayed in this hotel ( B&B inn?) as a member of staff in a group of basketball teams, over 40 persons. We were participating a tournament in Rakvere, the major town of this province.
The hotel is in the old distillery of the manor, the building is from the late 18th century.
This was very convenient place for us to stay.The rooms are clean; modest, but serve their purpose. The breakfast was as good as you expect in a B&B hotel, the only problem was that bacon and eggs were eaten up by this large group of young athletes so soon that not everybody got his share... But this is hardly a problem for the average tourist.
The old wooden floors are a bit squeaky and the walls are thin.
The manor itself is very nice, over 20 different buildings. the Manor House, a distillery, a brewery, a glasshouse, a cowhouse etc whatever belonged to a 18th-19th century manor.
The Manor is situated by a large natural park, Lahemaa national park, which is the first and largest (725 sq.km) national park in Estonia.