Padaste Manor5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
5 course fine dining family dinner with 6 years old child. Dinner takes at least couple of hours, so children needs to be used to have longer dinner. ..but food and place makes really nice experience worth of journey. Really excellent food, atmosphere and service!
We ate at the small restaurant not the starred one but it is a Wonderful place with wonderful food and a nice and warm staff The view is so nice .. just some mosquitos but that is Muhu life lol Burger is great and wine excellent with a huge choice
And meet St Peter and are offered Heaven or Padaste Manor, it'd be a toss-up. Our room was huge, the bath massive. Big soaking tub (fits 2 easily), stone stall shower, comfy beds. Great breakfast. Nice staff. Try the massage and sauna...really. Best Sauna Ever. Has a hot soaking tub on the waterfront. 9am yoga. This place is a luxury respite from a stressful world.
The Farmhouse offered rustic comfort, pretty lawn, covered veranda, kitchenette, little library, working fireplace, good beds and privacy enough to unwind and relax. We had no trouble settling in to the "just like home" ambiance. We soaked up every low key but carefully crafted offering. Shared tasty flatbread concoctions at the Sea House Grill. Shopped for picnic foods in nearby Livva for dinner at our own farmhouse table. Had world class massages at the spa, joined other guests in early morning stretching/yoga, and of course chose the 5 course degustation dinner at Alexander restaurant where a delightful breakfast is served in the sun-filled outdoor room. The young staff is well trained and attentive. Quiet luxury without pretension.
Three days pure rest,relaxation and enjoyment. Its all about the details and here they know about it. The room was beautiful and big,bathroom everything you could want and the bed was excellent. The restaurant was excellent,food fabulous....I just could keep telling these things... Higly recommendations for little break of all the busy worls around you. We shall be back...
We had the farmhouse at padaste manor and it is really very nice, if your staying in a group and you want to push the boat out when in Estonia then this is the place to do it. Set apart from the hotel, the farmhouse is tranquil and luxurious in all the right places with lovely views of the Baltic. Our two year old was very happy running about, saying hello to the robotic lawnmower and playing hide and seek. Staff were also very friendly and approachable. Really enjoyed it.
Spent a weekend there with friends and enjoyed it very much, though Pädaste rather seems suitable for couples as it is quiet and romantic. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was good and we also enjoyed seaside restaurant. Did not get any spa treatments this time but the facilities seemed excellent - especially the hot seawater barrel overlooking the bay and sauna! Definitely the best place to enjoy the combination of nature and luxury!
The number of repeat visitors and the preponderance of five star reviews on TA show that this hotel hits the spot with many. We liked the delightful staff, the attractive rooms (ours was a junior suite), the outstanding cuisine at dinner, the tranquility of the location and the way in which an old house has been thoughtfully restored. The room rates also seemed reasonable for all these qualities. Where it just missed the top rating would be in the weighting of gadgets over meticulous detail (I am not sure a PlayStation in the room fits the demographic of the guests, while the book of words was inaccurate on opening times of the Sea House), the bathroom's emphasis on style over substance (poor quality shower, very shallow basin) and the need to charge (highly) for every extra. It's certainly worth visiting and staying a night or two.
This has all the ingredients for a lovely stay, but the owner seems to believe guests should pay his high prices even when his establishment doesn't deliver. The owner, Martin [--], makes a point of spending time with guests at dinner and even at breakfast and is a friendly man to talk to. Unfortunately, when his staff do not deliver he takes no notice. We were unfortunately allocated room No. 2 which is right between the reception and dining room on the ground floor, so we were kept awake by guests (or staff) talking as we were trying to get to sleep. On arrival, I booked a massage and my wife a facial. The masseur took great delight in extolling the benefits of 'Goat Milk Butter Crème' instead of massage oil. Now I know why. On my bill I was charged 79 euros rather than the standard 69 euro. A devious little trick to extract more money from unsuspecting guests. We ate in the Alexander Restaurant on two nights, which was one too many. The first evening was enjoyable. The food is good, but overpriced for what we got (70 euro for a 3-course dinner) and nothing like as good as we had eaten in Tallinn. It is difficult to see how it is rated so highly in Estonia. On the second night the staff forgot that my wife has an onion allergy which is unforgiveable. The breads, butters, amuse bouche, pre-dessert were identical to the previous night demonstrating the laziness (or lack of interest) of the chef (Matthias Diether) and management. The staff also forgot to serve the petits fours and when they finally arrived (after we'd drunk our coffee) they were again identical to the first night. I went through all the details with the chef and then with Mr Breuer, but we were still charged in full for everything. I wonder if he would still have charged us if my wife fell ill from eating the onions? At least on the second night we were alert to the hotel's shoddy champagne trick. On the first night, a smiling waitress appeared as soon as we sat down and asked my wife, 'Would you like a glass of champagne?' So that was 2 x 19 euro gone right away for two 12cl glasses. My wife had to apologise to me later for saying 'yes, please' - not realising that it was Mr Breuer's take on inertia selling. Very embarrassing when the stay was a birthday treat for her! The biggest shock was when we checked out. Before I travelled to Estonia I noticed on the website that they had a seawater plunge pool. I mailed to ask if we should reserve it and was told we could. No mention on a charge of any kind. No courtesy of mentioning when we arrived that there would be a charge. And the bill? 139 euros for one hour!!
This is a place apart from the ordinary hotel. It is a luxury retreat with a high level of service. Our room was very spacious, more so than I anticipated. Serenity and class define a visit. The restaurant was good but a bit precious for my taste.
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94% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 235 reviews