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Laitse manor house resembles a knight’s castle which bears elements of almost all the mediaeval architectural tastes. The mansion built by Woldemar von Uexkull in 1892 is one of the best works of local Neo-Gothic style. During the years of the...more
This castle is so exciting. We stay there for a one night. Beautifull interior, great atmosphere and nice and understanding personal. Each room had individual interior and name. We lived in Doll room. We had dolls in room bath in wardrobe and window at ceiling....More
Very lovely and romantic place, all the arrangements went well (enough good food, friendly atmosphere and service).
Stayed one night with our closest ones, almost 40 persons totally, whole castle only for us.
And as a bonus, jacuzzi in our room :-).
Not far from Tallinn there is Laitse loss (palace) belonged to German nobility.The place was known centuries ago but the building you see today is from the 19th C. There are guest rooms - all absolutely different,renovated, and with bathrooms. There is the old dining...More
We visited the cafe in the castle in a spur of a moment. We ate dessert and it was delicious. And the service by the friendly hostess was outstanding. There was a very nice photo exhibition by the photographer Mats Õun on the walls. We...More