Camping area

Udu Farm

Udu Farm is a lovely holiday complex on the shores of Lake Kuremaa. The historical Palamuse and Kuremaa castles are just a few kilometres away. Guests have the use of 12 cabins, a sauna, a large party building, 4 covered areas, an extreme plastic film sauna and a children's play area. You can also rent the sauna complex, which has its own kitchenette and which accommodates 12-19 people on the upstairs level. Boats are available for hire and you can go fishing on the lake.

By |08 Jun 2020|Comments Off on Udu Farm

Vahe Guesthouse

Whether you are an adventurer, a tourist, or on a business trip and looking for accommodation – come to Vahe Guesthouse. We are located in the city centre of Põltsamaa, at the corner of the quiet Vahe and Pargi streets. The river and the nearest grocery store are 200 metres away. Põltsamaa Castle is within walking distance (500 metres).

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Voore Guesthouse

Voore Guesthouse is one of Estonia’s largest rural recreational and conference centres with year-round accommodation. What makes the guesthouse special is the pure scenic nature of Vooremaa, unique landscape, and its private location. We also offer accommodation: in total, there are 134 beds and 28 mattresses. In addition to accommodation, we offer the opportunity to organise special events or meetings here. Parties can be organised both indoors or outdoor under canopies (in summer).

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Õuna Holiday House

Õuna Holiday House is located in the middle of Jõgeva County, at the crossroad of the Piibe highway and Jõgeva-Põltsamaa highway.  The interior decor is cosy, with a comfortable, old-fashioned style. Enjoy quiet evenings in the cafe watching television or conversing with a colleague.  In summer the beautiful landscaping, flower garden, berry grove, fruit tree grove, smoker oven and grill area are perfect for a barbeque or for just having a relaxing time.  Õuna Holiday House has an area of 210 m², with a 50 m² cafe and fireplace room for holding various events. There is seating for 20. 

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Aruküla hill recreation area

There is a lovely recreation area on Aruküla hill in Kaarepere which is perfect for families, friends, and larger groups. There is a playground with swings and a slide, especially loved by younger children. You can rest under the shelter or on benches or your own picnic blanket. Barbecue facilities are also available on site. Visitors can also play disc golf (there is a rental point). The Struve Geodetic Arc is also located in the recreation area. The view of Vooremaa from the hill is magnificent and there is plenty of room for camping.

By |20 May 2021|Comments Off on Aruküla hill recreation area

WPark Glamping

If one day at WPark is not enough, you can now comfortably camp by the picturesque Lake Kamari, in the shade of the trees. In the WPark glamping tent, you can sleep like royalty between white sheets and in a real bed while in the middle of beautiful nature. We offer accommodation in four glamping tents. Each tent has four comfortable single beds. In total, we can accommodate up to 16 people in our glamping village. The price of glamping also includes washing facilities and a sauna in the main building of WPark during opening hours. Breakfast can conveniently be [...]

By |06 Sep 2021|Comments Off on WPark Glamping

RMK Jõemõisa hiking trail

RMK Jõemõisa hiking trail is located in the RMK Tartu-Jõgeda Recreation Area. The hiking trail starts from the Jõemõisa campfire site and runs for 0.5 km. The trail takes you through the forest and is suitable for a nice walk. When walking the trail you can see different species of trees and plants, and if you are lucky, you can also spot a wild animal or bird, especially if you walk quietly and take your time.If you wish, you can continue on to the 3-kilometre Tammeluha hiking trail. Jõemõisa campfire site has a sitting area and grill rack, if you [...]

By |05 Apr 2022|Comments Off on RMK Jõemõisa hiking trail

Kursi summer manor

The Kursi summer manor was built by count Manteuffel in 1888 as a place to retreat from the buzz and daily activities of the manor centre. The same is offered by the manor today – a noble building in the midst of beautiful nature, secluded enough, but yet close to everything you might need in order to spend a refreshing holiday, focus on productive work, or meet for a long-awaited encounter. The layout and openness of the rooms and the interesting accommodation allow a holiday, seminar, a dignified party, or a brainstorming session with a larger or smaller group just [...]

By |19 May 2022|Comments Off on Kursi summer manor
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