The majestic, 4-storey central building of Vihula Manor overlooks the entire estate. In the 1880s when the smaller so-called Back Manor became too small, the Main Manor House was constructed symmetrically and in a historicist style. Later, the North Wing, quarters for the servants and a lower building with a Ball Room, were added.
Historically, the Main Manor House was the residence of the country squire and his family, housing the living quarters for the family and their servants, various halls for festive functions and dining parties, a library and two large balconies.
Today, the Main Manor House serves the same basic function as in the past, with romantic guest rooms and suites, a staffed reception area, wining and dining and event facilities such as the Reception Lounge, Board Room, Vihula Manor Wine Cellar, La Boheme Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge, Cigar Lounge, Drawing Room & Library, Sun Terrace and much more. The house offers a total of 8 guest rooms and suites: 1 single superior room, 7 double/twin ZEN deluxe rooms and the elegant von Schubert Presidential Suite.