Mäetaguse Manor

The Mäetaguse Manor was established in 1796, during the rule of Eugenius Octave von Rosen. The Classicist mansion is impressive and is distinguished by its richly decorated interior. Worth noting are the two-hundred-year old oak doors, wooden staircase and ceiling paintings in the secco technique. Fourteen buildings from the manor complex have survived. The stable and carriage shed has been converted into a hotel, pool house and restaurant. A Hunter Museum has been installed in the distillery, with an exhibition about the life of bears. Today you can visit the renovated manor and pre-book a tour.

Features and amenities


Pargi tänav, Mäetaguse alevik, Mäetaguse vald, Ida-Viru maakond

Getting there

At the Mäetaguse intersection on the Jõhvi-Tartu Hwy (3) signs direct you to the Mäetaguse Manor (2 km).


  • Signposted
  • By public transport
  • By car
  • Sealed access road
  • By excursion bus


59°13'27''N 27°17'31''E | Download GPX file