Open all year round, Roose Town House was rebuilt as a holiday house from the private residence of Karl Kaups, a pastor and a member of the Estonian Parliament.
The two-storeyed house was completed in 1939. Currently, the building has been renovated and rebuilt as a beautiful holiday house. There are kitchens, recreation rooms, bedrooms and washing facilities on the two floors of the building, thus both floors can also be rented out to separate groups. It is possible to barbecue on the outdoor terrace in the yard.
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|Number of beds in the high season||9|
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|Number of beds in winter||9|