The manor house of the Haeska Manor located in the village of Haeska in Western Estonia is a two-story stone building from the beginning of the 18th century. Originally, the building had a reed roof, as is customary in the coastal area. In the 1980s, the building was renovated as a visitor center for the Matsalu nature reserve.
The rooms are decorated in pastel colors and the hotel also has a ballroom and a dining room. Rooms are available from single rooms to two-bedroom apartments that comfortably accommodate four people.
Instructions for booking and driving directions can be found on the Booking page.