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.
From May, all our museums are open daily. The Manor Museum and the Forest Museum welcome guests between 10am and 6pm. During the month of May, our souvenir shop will get a facelift and will offer an even wider assortment of Estonian handicraft souvenirs.
To cater for families, the Nature School will be open on weekends to facilitate children as well as their parents in getting to know the natural world better through a range of games and activities guided by our staff.
At the restaurant, guests can discover the wonders of our colourful a la carte menu. Our main emphasis is on local Estonian produce with an accent on game dishes and foraged products. Several tasty choices are also available for vegetarians.
As the spring progresses, the flowerbeds at Sagadi will burst into bloom. If you are keen on gardening, you will appreciate the flowerbeds blossoming in different colours, a range of different roses, a dendropark and this year’s addition – plants with edible flowers. All plants are marked with their Latin names.
Over the years, Sagadi has been a popular venue for weddings. The wedding theme is especially prominent this year – we will kick off with a wedding fair in May to present our packages to couples getting married but, of course, the honeymoon suite at the manor house is always a great way for couples to celebrate their gold wedding.
In cooperation with our neighbours – the manors of Palmse and Vihula – we will continue to offer a gastronomical tour – if you eat at the different manors over the summer, you may be in for an exclusive prize when autumn comes!