Luxury Apartment in Tallinn
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In the picturesque suburb of Kakumäe, at a mere 15min drive from Tallinn’s city centre, and less than 20m from the beach, awaits a relaxing retreat with wellness rooms and breathtaking sea views.
Ground floor of private house – host lives upstairs. Private access.
Going away is all about putting mind & body at ease, and in the safest, greenest and most relaxing area neighborhood of Estonia’s capital, you can leave all your worries at the door. Better yet, at the driveway fence. Come in and relax – everything is provided. All you are left to do is unpack. Make yourself at home. Have the sweetest dreams in the highest quality beddings. Enjoy a relaxing sauna. Read a book or meditate by the open fire. Watch the sun set over the wavey Baltic Sea from your very own covered terrace whilst enjoying a glass of wine. Walk out directly onto a private strip of beach, for a jog or long walk. Or a bike ride into the sunset. Or why not sail off to the other shore with your own little boat.
With absolute loads of natural daylight flowing in from all angles, stunning views all around, and sitting in a private and calm location without any disturbance or distraction and away from the city center’s hustle-and-bustle, you are not going to find a more inspiring, zen getaway in or near Tallinn.
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Surrounding area Tallinn
Whether you’re in Estonia for a day or longer, there’s plenty of time and reason to explore what lies beyond the capital city.
From fishermen’s villages to rural islands, from bogs to old soviet barracks – there’s so many unique, relaxing and exciting places nearby Tallinn for a diverse range of interests.
A day trip out of Tallinn should include a visit to the coast where among other things you can try surfing, hiking, skiing and golfing. If you’d like to explore further than just the coast, then head across the sea and discover the many tiny rural islands a short sail away. For those looking for something a bit more alternative, there are a number of tours to the coastal town of Paldiski. The once closed off Soviet nuclear submarine training centre was the largest such facility in the by-gone Soviet Union.
What to see & do in Estonia
Estonia has a low population density and plenty of untouched nature. Three quarters of the territory is covered by forests and bogs. Our air is among the cleanest in the world, and the freedom to roam is codified in law. The natural diversity is emphasized by not four, but five seasons.
To describe Estonian land and nature, words like clean, quiet, calm, untouched, mystical and ancient, among plenty of others, could be used. Our nature tourism offer includes numerous products like hiking trails in bogs and mires, nature parks, birdwatching sites, bicycle tours and canoeing. Our numerous islands, coastal cliffs and population that honours the green way of living make Estonia a top notch destination for nature lovers.
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“Amazing location, great hosts and an amazing apartment.
“Oh my, if we just could have taken the atmosphere with us back home. Kristiina’s place is so beautiful and stylish and sweet-scented and all the high-quality materials…
It felt like we would have stayed in a nice boutique hotel.
Next time in Tallinn, no need to look for other place to stay!”
“the apartment is so beautifully finished that I’m now dying to do some work on my own house!”
Wonderful place, terrific host with great eye for warm, thoughtful design, in a location that is as close to perfect as you can get. I really should write negative things so I could keep this place all to myself, but if you’re travelling solo or as a couple and want to enjoy everything in the old town while having a brilliant bolt hole, it doesn’t get better than this.
“On the “Cosy” factor, this is the top Airbnb stay I have ever had, bar none.”
The guest is the king
If there is anything that embodies the spirit and traditions of Estonia, it is rye. Having been cultivated on these very lands for well over a thousand years and still being a quintessential part of local everyday life, by the Middle Ages Estonian rye had become the reference, as the country became one of the main exporters of rye into the rest of the Old World.
With our Rye we too would like to become the nationwide, and indeed international, reference when it comes to luxury hospitality and we intend to elevate things to a whole new, for Estonia as of yet unseen, standard. The Rye brand ought to be synonymous with sublime quality, indeed, the very best found on the market, in a league of its own above and beyond any similar listings. When talking about the Baltics, The Rye should roll off the tongue as the epitome of what this country can offer to the more demanding traveler.
Many nice travel impressions
Why do so many people return repeatedly each year to the same countries for their holidays, whether France or Greece, Portugal or Spain, when there are so many other far less visited destinations to discover, with their own fascinating quirks and cultures, landscapes and cuisines?
One such place is Estonia, the smallest and most northerly of the Baltic states, and one of Europe’s smallest countries. Tucked away in the far-eastern corner of Europe, bordering Russia, it boasts diverse attractions: there’s Lahemaa National Park, a vast nature reserve in the north of the country. And Parnu, whose long and smooth beach entices Estonians throughout the summer. You can wander back to Soviet times at Sillamae, perhaps take in a festival, where much colourful traditional dress is on display, or peer into flooded meterorite craters near Kaarma.