Vihula Manor is the perfect place for holding your next conference, meeting, seminar, training or product launch, well away from the bustling life of the city yet within an hour’s drive from Tallinn. Vihula Manor boasts a large professional Conference Centre and many other unique and untraditional conference and banqueting venues.

The historical surroundings and modern multifunctional conference and meeting rooms with unique lime-stone walls, wooden beams, natural daylight and the latest state-of-the-art presentation technology provide extra inspiration.

Vihula Manor Conference Centre in the historical Barn House features three conference halls: the 2-storey Constance Conference & Concert Hall for 120 guests; the Ursula Conference Hall for 100 guests; and the Dora Conference Hall for 50 guests.

Conferences and banqueting can also be arranged at the following venues: Palm House Banquet Hall for 80 guests; Oil Granary Seminar Room for 24 guests; Tea House for 10 guests; and von Schubert Presidential Suite for 8 guests.

There are further banqueting and reception facilities in the Vodka Distillery, and in the Blacksmith’s House and the Water Mill is offering a completely unique venue for larger receptions.

The total capacity of the conference and banqueting facilities of Vihula Manor is over 500 guests – one of the biggest capacities of any Estonian hotel outside Tallinn.

Testimonial from meeting organizers- "Our conference in Vihula was a great success, and to a great extent because of the hotel. The surrounding nature and the building itself is just so beautiful and inspiring but what is even more important is that the hotel offers perfect services. The staff is very professional, flexible, committed and service-minded. They accommodated all our needs and logistical requests always with a smile and great friendliness. The conference facilities and the hotel rooms offer excellent top-of-the-art standard. The distance from Tallinn is well-manageable due to good roads. We would definitively come back if we would have to organize such an event again."