Lyckholm Museum and Saare Manor

Noarootsi, Estonia

The von Rosen family has owned Saare (Lyckholm) Manor since the Great Northern War (1720). After the Soviet occupation Gustav von Rosen acquired the manor and established a homestead museum to the old barn. The Baroque-style main building, built in the end of 18th century, provides today accomodation services.

Reference: Tapio Mäkeläinen 2005. Viro - kartanoiden, kirkkojen ja kukkaketojen maa. Tammi, Helsinki, Finland.

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Founded: 18th century
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Estonia
Historical period: Part of the Russian Empire (Estonia)

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Heino Viik (9 months ago)
Good food.
Jaak Kuul (10 months ago)
Ok
Helen M (2 years ago)
I really enjoyed staying in Saare Manor which was beautiful small manor with lovely green surrounding. Bonus was the tasty breakfast and joyful staff.
Margus Müür (2 years ago)
Nostalgia
pesa64 (3 years ago)
Beautiful old 19th century renovated mansion in a quiet countryside. A family business. Pastries, home-cooked, brilliant and rich breakfast. Friendly servant. In the area, the museum dates back to 1907. As a superstition, a super place.
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