Bed & Breakfast is generally a lower cost alternative to hotels and guesthouses. By staying in the home of local people, B&Bs can offer a more authentic, warmer and friendlier way to experience Estonia. Most B&Bs provide you a traditional Estonian breakfast which you can enjoy together with your hosting family.
Staying in a bed and breakfast often means you get lots of helpful tips and information about the surrounding area and, through the individual contact; you’ll get to know the country and local people much better.
Typically breakfast features typical Estonian sour rye bread and pastries, cheese, salami-type sausage, butter, tomato and cucumber slices, homemade cottage cheese, fried eggs, bacon and maybe some hot porridge – and coffee of course!