Maardu manor is 16 km outside of Tallinn in the direction of St Petersburg. The first written records of the estate date back to 1397. It has changes hands many times, once belonging to empress Catherine I of Russia. The main building was constructed in the 1660s in baroque style and features rooms aligned along symmetrical axes. The manor houses seminar rooms for up to 30 people as well as five other rooms for receptions which will accommodate a total of 150 people. The building also has a pretty cellar with a vaulted arch ceiling and a spacious sauna.
|Number of rooms|
|Number of seminar rooms (up to 20 places)||1|
|Number of seminar rooms (up to 50 places)||1|