Spartan wooden hut only couple of km from Estonian biggest and oldest National Park Lahemaa and Kõrvemaa Nature Reserve. Perfect for people who value peace and quiet time in wild nature.
“We had a wonderful stay at Anus place.. She is a fantastic host, super friendly and helpful but also gives you your privacy and space. The cabin is so so cute and VERY romantic ( with some sweet surprises waiting for us) :) They have bikes at the property which you can use for free, huge garden to relax in and many many nearby sightseeing places which you need to drive to or if you want to cycle- cycle :) ) In the morning you have the sunshine at the bbq area, where you can relax and enjoy breakfast and a nice book.. in the afternoon the sun is shining on the other side and you can relax there.. bring mosquito spray as the cabin is in the woods and there are mozzies, also bring sun lotion if you like to sunbathe. We had a very good nights sleep with birds singing in the morning and welcoming us :) we will definitely go back, we loved our stay!”
My home is hand-sculpted and located in Lahemaa National Park -a honest example of low impact living. Friends called it affectionately a witches house! This is an unique experience to really feel and experience living in a smallholding. Its nurturing in a cozy and warm way. Its a place in a forest,with silence and wild animals to spot..a perfect retreat!
My place is close to public transport and Lahemaa National Park (a pick up/ drop off service can be arranged for an extra charge). It has a lovely lakeside garden with several ponds and art sculptures. There is a TV lounge with free wifi in the art gallery. Boat rental and sauna can also be aranged for an additional charge. My place is good for couples and nature lovers. Families are welcome, but young children must be supervised at all times because of the deep water.
“Hiie Talu is probably the most wonderous camp I’ve ever been to. There are like 10 little wooden cottages - we had one of them - and the garden around is full of creeks and channels, bridges and wooden statues, and like 5 beautiful wooden seatings located on the water of the lake. Leelo’s husband was the kindest person ever. He shower us around, gave us great tips and we were even able to lend bikes (10€ each per day) to explore the Lahemaa national park forests. People probably don’t know about this place because otherwise it would be crammed with tourists. Can’t wait to come back here again. ”