Palm House was originally constructed to preserve the plants and the greenery of Vihula Manor during the bitterly cold wintertime. The building, which is located next to the Mustoja River and the Millpond, today houses the estate’s most stylish banqueting facility.
Natural light floods in from the large windows, and the thick walls of the historical building guarantee your privacy. Large mirrors and chandeliers give the room more than a touch of class and style. The Palm House Banquet Hall can be used for conferences and meetings in any set-up, holding up to 80 delegates in theatre-style. The facility also serves very well as a venue for gala dinners, weddings, receptions and intimate concerts.
Coffee breaks can be served in the hall or in the neighboring Oil Granary, or at the Tea House. Also, the La Boheme Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge and the Kaval-Ants Tavern & Terrace are only few steps away, offering a breath of fresh air on your way to lunch.