Flavours of Lahemaa Week 2017


This year's Flavours of Lahemaa Week will take place October 7-15, when the three manors of Lahemaa will offer the produce of their forests, sea and farms in the best way they can!

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Butterflies at the forest museum


Who does not love butterflies? The beauty of their wings has enchanted people all around the world, the butterflies are probably the most depicted insects in art and various adornments. And the fact we tend to forget when watching those enchanting creatures is that butterflies are actually insects...

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Sagadi Tree Days 03.- 04.08

At the first weekend in August all interested in nature and handicraft are again welcomed to Sagadi Tree Days. Read more »

The summer season has begun


Sagadi Manor is here to welcome the 2013 high season! The museums and Nature School are open, the restaurant is offering a new menu and the accommodation facilities have had a brush up.

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Easter menu


From 28th of March until the end of the month Sagadi restaurant offers you a light special springmenu, which is composed by our chef Maren Rits.

Restaurant is open every day from 12pm to 8pm. Read more »

Sagadi manor and Tourest 2013


Sagadi manor is taking part of Estonian Travel Trade Fair – Tourest 2013 15.-17.02.2013.

Come visit us and check out our special offers and the Food Tour through Three Manors!

Download the free entrance ticket here and find us at the Lääne-Virumaa county stand.

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Christmas opening hours


At the Christmas time our restaurant is open every day as usual, ie 12 – 20.

24.12 and 25.12 the restaurant and hotel are booked out.

31.12 opening hours of the restaurant are 12 – 18 and 20 – 23. Bar is opened until 02.

There are still some rooms available in the hotel for the New Years Eve! Read more »

Sagadi Manor Winter Menu 2012/2013

The restaurant is open during winter season Mon-Sun from 12 – 20 Read more »

Gourmet-tour of three manors

Visit the restaurants of Palmse Manor, Sagadi Manor and Vihula Manor for a chance to win an exclusive prize package as well as a variety of other prizes! The food tour information flyers that can be used for collecting the stickers are available at the restaurants of all three manors. Read more »

Museums are open every day

Spring is in full swing and our museums are open to visitors every day. Once again, we will be welcoming visitors on all days of the week between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Read more »

A successful year

Although we have not finished taking stock of all that transpired in 2011, we can already say that it was our most successful year yet! Read more »

Late summer special with forest berries

This summer is rich for forest berries and mushrooms. Enough sun and rain have blushed the lingonberries and rowan berries, which flavor our late summer special. Deep forests of Lahemaa National Park offer mushrooms to garnish succulent beef. Read more »

Midsummer special with blueberries and chanterelles


The summer heat has ripened the blueberries and even the chanterelles are peeping from inside the moss. Our chef Aivar Kröönström recommends trying these gifts from the forest with turkey and ice cream.

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Sagadi manor hotel was granted the Green Key programme

Sagadi hotel joined the Green Key programme to raise awareness about their sustainability in everyday activities among their visitors and collaborating partners. The Green Key is an international eco-label facility originating from Denmark, and by joining the programme the accommodation businesses can show their eco-friendly attitude. Certain criteria must be fulfilled and considered in everyday activities to apply for the Green Key. Read more »

The billiards room in Sagadi manor was opened with the international tournament


On the 2nd of June 2011 the first international billiard tournament was held in Sagadi manor. The billiard room has existed in the manor from the 19th century. This spring its dignified successor was built in the former youth room.

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Lahemaa manors awarded the title of the best restored historical destination

At the competition “Hidden Treasures of Estonia. Tourism and regeneration of physical sites” organised by Enterprise Estonia, first prize was awarded to three beautiful manors in Vihula Rural Municipality – Palmse, Sagadi and Vihula. Second place went to Hiiumaa lighthouses, and third place was awarded to Olustvere manor. Read more »

The manors of Lahemaa are introducing themselves jointly to the international market


On the leadership of MTÜ Lääne-Viru Tourism, the manors of Lahemaa are introducing themselves jointly to the international market. Sagadi, Palmse and Vihula manors have a common historical and cultural background that can be exploited to increase the attractivness of the region including visitors.

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Test your knowledge and win a 6-day trip for two to Estonia!


Have you already made your summer holiday plans?

If not, then we offer you a perfect opportunity to spend a beautiful and adventurous summer vacation in Estonia!  The Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs is happy to announce that its new Estonia Quiz 2011 is open!

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Sagadi Manor was nominated for the Most Outstanding Tourist Attraction


We are pleased to announce that Estonian Association of Travel Agents has nominated Sagadi Manor for the Most Outstanding Tourist Attraction.

Since 1990 the Estonian Association of Travel Agents has been declaring The Best Tourism Establishment and since 1992 also the Best Promotor of Tourism, to show the public the importance of the travel industry in Estonia.

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Kick sledge rental now in Sagadi Manor


We now offer a new outdoor activity for our clients – kick sledge rental.

Kick sledges are popular thanks to their unique appearance, they are easy to handle and suitable for people of all ages. Not to mention the fun it brings especially for children!

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A cult film "The Hound of the Baskervilles" was shot at Sagadi

Thirty years ago this year, a cult film entitled Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson’s Adventures: The Hound of the Baskervilles was produced by Lenfilm. This film was partially shot at Sagadi Manor. Read more »

Extreme snow conditions in Estonia

This winter we have a lot of snow in Estonia, in North-Estonia the level of snow  more than 60 cm. That's a lot! Some days our roads have been impassable and unfortunately some nice Christmas parties have been cancelled due to enormous amounts of snow. Read more »

Bogshoeing experience in Lahemaa National Park

Sagadi Manor locates in Lahemaa National Park which has become widely known in Estonia as well as worldwide. Lahemaa stands for beautiful natural landscapes with forests, swamps, rocky beaches, fishing villages, and permanent fields. It gives lot of different opportunities to enjoy holiday and beautiful nature together. Read more »

Sagadi manor romance is second in contest for “Estonia's most magnificent vacation”


As part of its nationwide autumn campaign, Enterprise Estonia (EAS) held a contest for the title of “Estonia’s most magnificent vacation”. According to Tarmo Mutso, Director of the Tourism Development Centre of Enterprise Estonia, the Sagadi manor romance package claimed the honourable second place in the contest. 

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Three bear cubs with their mom are wondering about Sagadi.


Since this spring, local people have noticed a she-bear with three cubs in local forests and fields. Lately it has been possible to meet them at the feeding places for wild boars, where the bears find enough tasty apples or grain to fatten themselves for the winter period.

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Museums are also open in the beginning of October

Beautiful autumn weather has constantly brought visitors to Sagadi. So we will postpone the beginning of low-season a little and keep our museums open according to the summer time-schedule even in this weekend. Read more »

It is September and the swallows have left us now to fly south

September is the month for the preparation of autumn. Within the first days of September, our family of house martins, mum, dad and their three youngs, left Sagadi. Before leaving to south, the martins felt strong wind and storms that broke large trees and did other damage in the area. Read more »

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