After a change of ownership, Vihula Manor has been completely restored to its former glory and beauty.
The restoration has preserved the historical concept of a Baltic manor as an independent economical unit and developed Vihula Manor into a full-service manor resort, cultural centre and important tourist attraction.The buildings of the estate have, one by one, been painstakingly restored with the utmost care given to retaining the historical authenticity of each building and of the estate as a whole.
The restoration has combined historical ambience with daring design. The historical atmosphere has been enhanced by details that have survived the brutal onslaught of the centuries, such as steep narrow staircases, wooden floorboards, ornamented ceilings, original fireplaces, large bright windows and handsome façades.
Other than that, the style is strictly and daringly minimalist with bright walls, open spaces, Scandinavian furniture and design, and all the modern conveniences that can be expected from a contemporary, luxurious resort.
Vihula Manor is Green Key certified and has been developed with a green concept, that is a strong focus on nature and environmentally friendly solutions in all aspects – from using natural materials during construction and design to energy-saving power solutions, and from local organic food served in the restaurants to 100% natural treatments in the Eco-SPA.
The Vihula Manor restoration project took four years to complete and was co-funded by the European Union’s Regional Fund for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
Vihula Manor was reborn on the 1st of June 2008 as the Vihula Manor Country Club & Spa by Unique Hotels.