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VIHULA MANOR TAKES ANOTHER AWARD

VIHULA MANOR TAKES ANOTHER AWARD
31.10.2013

On October 30th, the National Heritage Board of Estonia celebrated its 20th anniversary with a big conference and gala dinner at the Song Festival Grounds in Tallinn. At the event Vihula Manor took another important award. This time the owner of the estate was awarded Best Owner 2013, given for an extraordinary effort in preserving Vihula Manor’s cultural heritage. “We are very honoured by this particular award,” Hans-Henrik Kjoelby, CEO of Via Hansa, commented. “As we have restored Vihula Manor completely to its former glory and beauty the main focus in our efforts has always been to preserve 500 years of unique Estonian-Russian-German history. We are truly delighted to see these efforts rewarded by the highest state recognition in this field.” Vihula Manor has over the years received a number of Estonian and international awards, especially in the areas of cultural heritage preservation, nature protection and tourism innovation. For more information, please contact: henrik.kjoelby@viahansa.com

 

VIHULA MANOR ECO-SPA INTRODUCES ESPA IN ESTONIA

Vihula Manor has concluded a remarkable agreement with ESPA, the leading international luxury spa brand. While Vihula Manor Eco-Spa retains its unique Eco-Spa concept with high-quality local ecologically balanced products and treatments, ESPA International has granted Vihula Manor Eco-Spa an ESPA licence. This means that Vihula Manor in the future will be able to offer ESPA’s luxury products and treatments. Instructors from ESPA London have been working hard together with the spa team at Vihula Manor to prepare everything for the official launch of ESPA at Vihula Manor on November 7th.

VIHULA MANOR IS BEING EXPANDED

Vihula Manor has commenced the construction of more guest rooms and suites in the historical Vodka Distillery and by 01.04.2014 Vihula Manor will have 75 guest rooms and suites in total and will be able to accommodate up to 150 guests. Also the restaurant facilities are now being expanded. Two new dining rooms will be added to the legendary La Boheme Restaurant. Besides the Ball Room and the Lounge Room taking 50 respectively 30 guests, there will be a new stylish Library Room seating 24 guests for private celebrations and a cozy Private Room seating up to 6 people for intimate candlelit dinners. In addition, the estate still features the Kaval-Ants Tavern for 100 guests as well as many of the historical houses being superb venues for dinner arrangements. The total restaurant and banqueting facilities at Vihula Manor can now accept more than 600 guests. For more information, please visit: www.vihulamanor.com