Mäetaguse Manor Hotel & Spa

Mäetaguse Manor Hotel & Spa

Mäetaguse Manor was established in 1796, during the rule of Eugenius Octave von Rosen. The Classicist mansion is impressive and is distinguished by its richly decorated interior. Fourteen buildings from the manor complex have survived. The stables and carriage house have been converted into a hotel, bathing house, mini spa and restaurant. A Hunting Museum has been installed in the distillery, with an exhibition about the life of bears. Today you can visit the renovated manor and pre-book a tour. Mäetaguse Manor Hotel & Spa offers various options for a relaxing holiday as well as productive business meetings.


Distance from Tallinn: 190 km
Address Pargi tn 1, Mäetaguse, Ida-Virumaa, Estonia
Website: www.moisahotell.ee





The Mansion – for 4 + 4 persons

2 suites

The hotel: sleeps 50 persons,

1 suite

4 DBL plus rooms
4 DBL/TWN rooms
11 TWN rooms



Two-lane swimming pool (25 m), children’s pool.


  • 2 Finnish saunas (separate for ladies and gentlemen),
  • sauna for private use,
  • 4 other saunas: salt, steam, aroma and sanarium, and
  • massages and facial treatments.

Activities: lit tracks for walking, rollerblading, cycling and skiing near the hotel. Frisbee golf, hiking through the bog; bicycles and Nordic walking poles available for hire.



The ‘Rosen’ à la carte restaurant for 50 guests in the converted carriage house offers delicious dishes made from local products.