Padise Manor

Padise, Estonia

Padise Manor is an 18th century historic mansion housing a boutique hotel and restaurant in the countryside of Estonia.  The manor house sits just 25 meters away from the extraordinary 14th century Padise monastery ruins.

The history of the von Ramm family and this estate begins in 1622 when King Gustav Adolf II of Sweden granted the Padise monastery ruins and surrounding land to Thomas von Ramm as a gift. The manor house, itself, was built in 1780 when the von Ramm dwelling inside the Padise Monastery burned. The von Ramm family bought back Padise Manor in the late 1990’s and currently soley owns and manages the property.

The Padise Manor Restaurant features Estonian cuisine and seating is available inside the manor’s halls or outside on a large terrace which faces the Padise Monastery ruins. The Padise Manor Hotel features 20 hotel rooms for anyone seeking a truly luxurious manor experience in the Estonian countryside.



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Padise, Estonia
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Founded: 1780
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Estonia
Historical period: Part of the Russian Empire (Estonia)


4.8/5 (based on Google user reviews)

User Reviews

Abdulaziz Aljenaibi (2 months ago)
I enjoyed my stay at the hotel very wonderful and good treatment from the staff and suitable place for vacation is a quiet place.
Athina Konstantatou (2 months ago)
We spent with our family beautiful days! The owner was very kind and super helpful to anything we nay needed!! Certainly we will be back in the future!! Thank you for everything..
Mila iloria (2 months ago)
We visited the shop that is a part of the Padise Manor. Beautiful ceramics and paintings. Harmonious atmosphere.
Marion (7 months ago)
Beautiful place, the room was very pretty, clean and confortable with the beautiful Padise abbey facing us. The only downside of our stay was the breakfast, 20€ per person is definitely too much considering what we got.
Kristina Ljadov (8 months ago)
Excellent place to celebrate any occasion - we were there for New Years. Super location, beautiful rooms, comfortable bed and linen, very clean. Friendly host, excellent wine cellar. When you are lucky then during winter when it’s cold outside the pond turns to private ice rink. Definitely planning to do more romantic getaways there.
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