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Spent one night there, only good vibes, cosy, warm and welcoming. Nice breakfast in the morning, lovely friendly owners. Definitely recommend! Quiet and peaceful place. Interesting authentic design of the room, ours was African ) transparent door into bathroom though )) who cares
We planned to stay in historic house of Aavik but instead ended up across the road in a modern and beautifully decorated guest house from the same owners. Exotic paintings from Armenia and tapestries from Africa and Asia blended nicely with Estonian wood and embroidery....More
We have had an overnight stay in Aavikunurga for the second time. It is a great and peaceful place to stay. There are different houses and chalets available ... also a completely need house with rooms in the upper floor and the breakfast room below....More
We arrived late afternoon between lunch and dinner time, starving and looking for a beer or wine to relax after a long day biking. The hosts scrambled up some salad, home caught fish, and red wine as in impromptu meal in the beautiful garden. Our...More
We stayed at the guesthouse for three nights. We picked it because it was relatively close to the ferry (35 minutes), yet not too far from the main attractions and Kuressaare (about 30 minutes), and it was very reasonably priced.
The guesthouse grounds were idyllic....More
US$51 - US$53 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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