City Bike Nunne Hostel

Nunne 1, Tallinn, 10111, Estonia
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Self contained accommodation WITH baby cot in Tallinn?

by petwouters

Hi everyone

I'll be in Tallinn for 4-5 days in July and am travelling with a young baby. She's too young to sleep in a normal bed, so I'm looking for a place to stay that has a baby cot. Seems quite tricky to find these places on the internet... I'm actually looking for an apartment or house rather than a hotel... Self-contained is what I'm after.
Could anyone give me some tips as to where to start looking?
Many thanks!

Peter

Re: Self contained accommodation WITH baby cot in Tallinn?

by leics

I think if you google 'self-catering' rather than self-contained (not quite the same thing) you will come up with more options.

For example:

http://www.hotels.co.uk/hotel-estonia/hotel-tallinn/self-catering-hotel-tallinn/

http://www.stayrentals.com/self-catering-tallinn.html

http://en.venere.com/apartments_tallinn/

The official Tallinn tourist info sites lists lots of self-catering apartments:

http://www.tourism.tallinn.ee/fpage/travelplanning/accommodation/facilities

Re: Self contained accommodation WITH baby cot in Tallinn?

by leics

As for the cot, individual apartment websites will almost certainly say if one can be provided.

Re: Self contained accommodation WITH baby cot in Tallinn?

by petwouters

Thanks! Had a good look around on all sorts of websites, and in the end we decided to go for a family room in the Shnelli hotel in Tallinn - with baby cot. It'll be great!

Thanks for all your help!

Travel Tips for Tallinn

A wonderfull city

by DutchTrain

Tallinn is really nice. Although friends of mine said the city to very small, I was impressed by the size and things to do. Also here I recommend to explore the city by bike - there are bike-lanes almost everywhere. Because of the national holidays I could not get a bike, so I had to travel with the very inefficient and busy buses and trams.
Highlights are ofcourse the medieval town, although it is full of German Tourists. And this means the price-level in the innercity for restaurant is also german. I was surprised to see that the city was completely full of tourists, but when I saw the prices of eating and drinking I knew why; the typical citizen of Tallinn cannot afford to be there. By walking around I found some other places where young Tallinn was going to; mainly street bars or small shops where you can buy drinks to drink somewhere outside in the park.
Linnahallen, Song bowl and Kadriorg castle are some things not to miss in Tallinn, but for planners I found Osmäe; a soviet planned neighbourhood; big round pond in the middle and semi-high rise in big circles around it. It is about an hour walk from the city centre (you will pass the zoo and Christiine Shopping mall on your way). The bus takes about 20 minutes (and is more comfortable after walking around the neighbourhood for about an hour) Another interesting area is the part north of the train station / west of Linnahallen. Loads of typical wooden houses, some renewed, some really old. The trees lining the streets give it a very special atmosphere for making pictures. Because I was there at Midsummernight's: I went to the party for that in the open-air museum; very special to be there, seeing the folkloristic dancing, singing etc. But also to see people in parks, just sitting everywhere with friends or family making small fires, drinking and singing.

Few more tips

by frockland

ATMs there are plenty of bankomats in Tallinn. Most of them accept Visa / Master / Maestro Card.

A very informative Web page* is: www.balticsworldwide.com

Wear some good shoes if you wanna do a lot of walking in Tallinn. Otherwise your feet will feel the cobblestone pavements of Old Town at the end the day.

Prices in Old Town are higher than in other areas of Tallinn. Like in many places tourists have to pay a "bonus". Expect to pay 4€ for a beer (instead of 1,20€ in non tourist areas.)

At the beginning of summer the sun is nearly not going down. These days are the famous "White Nights. There are many events and its a special time! On the other hand your internal clock might be confused. (At least I felt quite bollocksed)

Look for the pretzel

by leics

Well, in the Old Town anyway.

Most people who lived in Medieval times anywhere could neither read nor write. so it was esential to mark out your shop with something easily recognisable. In this case, it's a pretzel.

Bascially, if you see the pretzel sign it means a shop which sells cakes and bread (and quite possibly has a table or two for customers who wish to sample the cakes on the premises, perhaps with a coffee).

Have to take a number at the post office

by BillNJ

I found a post office (Eesti Post) in a complex across the street from the Sokos Hotel Viru (largest hotel in the city). All I needed to do was mail a few post cards. In this post office, though, it wasn't that simple an exercise. First, I had to wait on one line to obtain a number --then I had to wait until my number was called before I could see a clerk to mail my post cards. Perhaps this overly bureaucratic procedure is a holdover from the Communist days?

Saint Bridget’s nunnery

by Inguuna

Saint Bridget’s nunnery was founded in the 15th century and housed both as monks as nuns. But more than century later it was destroyed by Ivan the terrible leaving from the building only some part of the façade and some walls. As it was said the stones from it were used in all Estonia. There is also legend that there is secret underground way from nunnery to city.

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Address: Nunne 1, Tallinn, 10111, Estonia