Vihula Manor Holiday Village at Vihula Manor Country Club & Spa is tantalizingly close to its grand opening in May this year. There is a preview of what you can expect from what will be one of the finest Estonian holiday resorts able to cater for all your family holiday needs.
In the picturesque grounds of Vihula Manor lie 15 beautifully restored buildings, which is Vihula Manor Holiday Village. This collection includes a converted water mill, ice cellar, cattle barn plus other renovated farm buildings, each housing impressive entertainment facilities unique to Estonia.
According to Kadi Elmeste, the sales and marketing manager of Vihula Manor, Vihula Manor Holiday Village is aimed at families with children for day visits and adding to the already comprehensive range of activities available to the guests at Vihula Manor. “You may enjoy traditional Estonian food in Kaval-Ants Tavern & Terrace, have a look at variety of farm animals at Vihula Manor Eco-Farm, explore nature trails by foot or by horse carriage, have a fun in the largest mini-golf facility in Baltic countries,” said Kadi Elmeste. The Vihula Manor Holiday Village has the best preserved functioning historic Water Mill which houses now Visitor Centre, Post Office, Manor Museum, Lifestyle Cafe and a Design & Fashion Shop. Our multifunctional Sports Arena has been open for a while now, and in the wintertime there is an ice rink.
In May the last of these unique facilities will open to the public – the 15m indoor Vihula Manor Swimming Pool, and the 19th-century Vodka Distillery and museum – completing our Holiday Village project. Both of these newly converted buildings will add more hotel rooms, meaning more guests can enjoy Vihula Manor Holiday Village, open from May to September.
Vihula Manor is one of the biggest manor estates in Baltic countries as there will be restored all 27 buildings with 65 hotel rooms. The Vihula Manor complex renovation will be completed by this spring 2012 – a truely romantic manor with over 800 years of history including two main houses and many other buildings offering high level activities, accommodation, catering, spa and conference services together with cultural and sports events.
Investments totalling 15 million euros have been undertaken during the last four years in the Vihula Manor complex. The manor complex renovation will be totally completed by this spring.