Best vacation in Saaremaa. Near the sea with nice view and nature.
Kaavi Jahimaja is quiet, private place situated very close to the sea. It is situated on the island of Saaremaa on Sõrve peninsula in the village of Kaavi. We offer accommodation in two cottages, which are only 30 meters from the sea.
In additon to two cozy cottages (with 15 sleeping places) You can use exclussive swimming house, in which there is a small sauna. You can go to sauna in the middle of the sea!
This nice puhkemaja is located less than 10 km to the West from Kuressaare. The owner is very nice (Russian and German - don't know about English - speaking) woman. It is wise to book ahead if you are going in high season. We paid about 70 euros for a wooden chalet with two small bed rooms and a bathroom. There are cooking facilities inside chalet, so you can bring your own food.
Georg Ots Spa Hotel is located on seaside of the town of Kuressaare on the Estonian Island of Saaremaa. It is located nearby the yacht harbour, the city park and the picturesque 13th century Bishop's castle.
Georg Ots SPA Hotel combines exquisite, personalized services with a pleasant intimate atmosphere. Comfortable accommodation and the wellness spa. Absolutely gorgeous swimming pools!
This is a place I would recommend to everybody, I had a wonderful stay here!
You can expect clean rooms (for 2 to 5 persons), a very (very!) tasty breakfast and an amazing host.
He doesn't speak english (only a little bit of german), his daughter tries... but it went smooth.
Price : 200 kr pp (=well worth it!)
It's a small hostel not far from Kuresaare town. There tourist can find all necessary things, but no extra. It's an economic variant. If you decided just have a rest than hostel "Tahula" is for you.
The cheapest accommodation you can find in the rural areas of Estonia is camping in your own tent. Actually, it is totally free, since there are many places where you can put up your tent without anybody caring about it. You have to make sure, however, that you don't camp right next to someone's house (if there are people or houses around, you should always ask before camping, and usually people don't mind) or build too big of a fire. so basically - if there are no signs forbidding you to camp, feel free to do so, but if there is anyone to ask from - do that. The safest places are by the seaside (not on public beaches of course), since that area doesn't belong to anyone. There are also several official campsites, where you pay a small fee to put up your tent, and there are also facilities such as toilets and showers for an additional fee.
There is nothing better than sleeping by the seaside in the open air, with the waves singing youa lullaby and the stars shining above you. In the evening you can build a fire (a safe and small one!) and truly feel the nature around you!
A cozy small limestone building renovated to be a guesthouse for a family or a bunch of friends.
Natural building materials (wood, stone), fireplace, privacy - you´ll have your own kitchen corner.
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