My guest room is in an old “Khrushchyovka” type of a building on a busy street just a ten minute walk away from Tallinn Old Town, harbor, shops.. Bus/tram stops are around the corner but most of sights and places are a walk away.
I call my home a museum and in many ways it is one. It used to belong to my grandparents, my father grew up here, I have lived here on many occasions earlier in my life and now more permanently. Many memories were made here and I discover new and exciting pieces of the interesting history of my family nearly every day. After living abroad for a good number of years, I am back and eager to make a home from this place of creaking floors and old interior. Despite of being behind, it has all basic properties to make it not only a cozy and good place to live in but also host friends, family and lovely guests!
You will have access to the kitchen and bathroom. Linen, towel and toiletries are also included.
Interaction with guests
My guests have complete privacy.
I provide tips and suggestions of places of interest at arrival.
My apartment is a non smoking and considerate of others kind of a home.
Please clean after yourselves and do not bring guests back to my home.
It is also considered a rule for guests to read the directions details with full attention.
I´m from Estonia and currently living and working in it´s gorgeous capital Tallinn.
I have recently moved back home from Ireland where I lived and laughed for more than five years, a fabulous time of my life! If you haven´t been, I strongly recommend visiting the Emerald Isle! But before that – Estonia!
I really love travelling, eating, music (live and old school preferably), football and reading. All pretty basic stuff but when put together, magic happens! For that reason, most of my latest travels have been football trips following the Estonian national team. Not among one of the best in Europe they are but we have had some beautiful moments. Plus, besides football, there is always the amazing local cuisine, music to hear and sights to see and when combined, the lot makes one fantastic way of travelling!
While back in Estonia, I am currently trying to catch up with the life back home, meet friends and family, read books, go to the theater, out of town to the nature or just chill out in my home. There sure is a lot to discover in here and I still feel as a tourist in my country at times.
I believe in this quote:
People are always blaming their circumstances for what they are. I don’t believe in circumstances. The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want, and, if they can’t find them, make them.
- George Bernard Shaw