The first written record of Vihula manor in Lahemaa National Park dates back to 1501. At the time it belonged to the Danish baron Hans von Lode. Later, the manor was damaged by fire during the Great Northern War, after which it was purchased by the Wekebros who bequeathed it to their daughter's family, the von Helffreichs. In 1810, it was purchased in turn by Alexander von Schubert.
The manor you see today at Vihula was built during the era of the von Schuberts, between 1820 and 1880. It has since been fully restored and renovated, and now houses a fine restaurant and luxury spa hotel. It hosts concerts, conferences, weddings, and other events. Did you know that visitors are welcome to wander the grounds and admire the views of the manor at their leisure?