Oti manor

Looking somewhat eclectic, the main part of the Oti manor house consisting of a single storey and a basement was apparently built in the 18thC. Later, balconies supported by slender columns were added at the sides. The building is adorned with many sculptural decorations, dolomite blocks at the corners, decorative window frames and a finely carved coat of arms of the Aderkass family above the entrance.
Interesting to know: This is the oldest manor house in Saaremaa. It has a great historical and cultural value. Oti Manor was the centre of economic and cultural life in Paide.

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  • pupquilt pupquilt
    We loved Oti Manor

    Our owner/host, Henno, an Estonian American, has taken an old shell and completely restored it, very lovingly. Eclectically furnished with antiques, the Manor house is beautiful and interesting to...

  • Nu-nu-ke Nu-nu-ke
    Beautiful manor, bit too expensive

    It is very beautiful manor and the owner is very friendly foreign Estonian man. We arrived very late but got a quick view of the manor. They do not accept any credit cards, so unless paid in advance...

  • Edelfelt Edelfelt
    Looking for something eclectic?

    This place is very nice. The room interior changes from oriental to safari as you can see from their webpage. The owner is very nice which made the atmosphere cozy even though this is a manor. There...

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