BALTIC SEA Weekly special offer 2019
Explore Estonia and enjoy your holidays in our beachside holiday apartment at the BALTIC SEA!
special weekly offer for two person 2019 Tallinn - Estonia
SPECIAL WEEK OFFER for max. 4 persons 2019 Tallinn – Estonia
september / October
1 week / 7 nights for 790,- Euro
incl. Dinner in Tavern Peetri Toll
incl. Rent-a-car for 5 days
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.
Parking and / or garage (limited height)
Apartment with kitchen, bath (shower & toilet) up to 100 sqm
Coffee maker, coffee filter,
Blenders, dishes, cutlery, pots and pans
Kitchen stove with oven
(Washing machine, dryer, iron if needed for a small fee)
Bedroom 1 with double bed (2 sleep capacities)
Bedroom 2 with double bed (2 sleep capacities)
Maximum occupancy 4 people
Internet access / WLAN
Flat screen TV
Lennart Meri Airport 18 km
Tallinna Sadam Ferry Port 14 km
Balti Jaam railway station 13 km
Beach Kakumäe edge 500 m
nearest supermarket 5 km
For more information pls contact us here
BALTIC SEA week offer
Türisalu pank is a cliff in Türisalu, Estonia. The cliff is part of the Baltic Klint and has a height of up to 30 metres. Türisalu cliff has accumulated a negative reputation as a “popular” place for suicides, especially among younger people.
The cliff Türisalu. one of the most impressive and observable natural objects on the limestone coast of Northern Estonia, towering up to 31 meters high.
Türisalu Cliff Baltic Beach
Türisalu Cliff West View
The romantic and easily accessible lookout point of the cliff Türisalu, from which opens a beautiful view of the sea and the beach Vääna-Jõesuu, is a popular destination for Tallinn.
West View Türisalu Cliff
Türisalu cliff has accumulated a negative reputation as a “popular” place for suicides, especially among younger people.
Keila Joa Waterfall
Keila Joa Waterfall I
The Keila Waterfall is located in the district of Harjumaa, in the municipality of Keila, in the village of Keila-Joa, on the Keila River.
Keila Joa Waterfall II
The waterfall is 6 meters high and almost a dozen meters wide, so that its thickness only surpasses that of the Narva and Jägala waterfalls.
Keila Joa Waterfall Estonia
Keila Joa Waterfall Estonia
From the park, the path leads along the riverbed over two suspension bridges to the waterfall.
Keila Joa Waterfall
Just nearby you can find a renovated neo-Gothic manor house, one of the most magnificent of its kind.
The lighthouse is located on the northwestern tip of the Pakri peninsula on the edge of the high limestone gorge and marks the edge of the north coast on the sea side on the main shipping lane.
The building may have existed during the period of Swedish power on the high coast of the Pakri peninsula. In 1724, on behalf of Peter I, a new tiled lighthouse was built.
In 1760 a new 48-foot tiled lighthouse was built on the peninsula. It is possible that this was a reconstruction of the earlier building.
In 1889, a new stone lighthouse was built 80 m from the old lighthouse. The old lighthouse was dangerously close to the edge after a collapse of the coast and was therefore demolished.
Tavern Peetri Toll
Great tavern “Peetri Toll”
If you are looking for a nice place at Pakri peninsula or in Paldiski to eat, have a refreshing drink, meet friends or relax, Tavern Peetri Toll is the best place to go.
Tavern Peetri Toll II
Tavern Peetri Toll offers visitors delicious food, refreshing drinks and friendly service in the ancient surrounding as well as tourist information.
Padise Monastery is undergoing renovation and will re-open its doors in 2019.
Padise Monastery was built by the Cistercians in the 14th century. In total, it was built over a period of 200 years. Wars left the monastery in ruins, but restoration work begun in the 1930s.
Padise Abbey III
Today, the only medieval interior features of the monastery that have remained intact are its 14th century church bell (the oldest in Estonia) which can be found in Harju-Risti church and the rare Calvary group from the same century which is on display at St. Nicholas’ church.
Interesting to know: the church hall of the medieval Padise Monastery is, thanks to good acoustics and a special aura, an appreciated concert venue.
National Register of Cultural Monuments.
Padise Manor is an 18th century historic mansion housing a boutique hotel and restaurant in the countryside of Estonia. The manor is located only 50 kilometers away from the Estonian capital city of Tallinn, located directly on the Keila-Haapsalu highway (road number 17). The manor house sits just 25 meters away from the extraordinary 14th century Padise monastery ruins.
Padise Manor’s Restaurant Ramm features European cuisine with an Italian twist and seating is available inside the manor’s halls or outside on a large terrace which faces the Padise Monastery ruins. Padise Manor Boutique Hotel features 20 hotel rooms for anyone seeking a truly luxurious manor experience in the Estonian countryside.
Rummu Adventure Center
Rummu Adventure Center I
Throughout the ages, Rummu was the site of Vasalemma marble, a type of limestone.
Rummu Adventurecenter is located in the magical shores of the Rummu lake. This lake is also called as a “light-blue lagoon” and deservedly became a Mecca for the watersports lovers.
Rummu Adventure Center II
The rise of the water had been so fast that a large open pit backhoe, the buildings and other inventory sank in the water. Together with the unusually clear water, they form a unique underwater museum, an interesting place for divers
As a worker mainly the inmates of the prison of Murru were used. After the jail was closed, the quarrying of marble also ended and the pumps that kept the deposit dry were shut down.
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 centre’s hustle-and-bustle, you are not going to find a more inspiring, zen getaway in or near Tallinn.