Pilguse Hotel and Residency - Simple Elegance

Pilguse Residency is located on the most western coastline of the Estonian island Saaremaa. Pilguse Manor dates back to 1558 and is set in 90 hectares of absolutely gorgeous and unique

Come experience our unique accommodation in Saaremaa.

Unique accommodation and experiences

Just under an hour away from Tallinn by plane and car or 4 hours drive including a ferry crossing.

Nestled within a sprawling 90-hectare countryside enclave, our estate is a realm where the past meets the present. The hotel, housed in the storied Pilguse Manor dating back to 1558, unveils a sanctuary of opulence amidst the rural serenity of Saaremaa.

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Discover the charming Laundry Cottage at Pilguse Recidency in Saaremaa, where historical allure meets modern comfort. This renovated stone laundry house boasts expansive glass windows and high-end amenities, blending rustic charm with contemporary luxury for the modern traveler.

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The ÖÖD Mirror Cabins are the perfect way to relax experince the beautiful Estonian Countryside - from the comfort of your luxurious mirror cabin. Surround yourself with nature!

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Indulge in luxury glamping amidst Saaremaa's natural splendor at Pilguse Residency, Estonia's gem.

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Company events and family celebrations


Pilguse Residency offers fully bespoke corporate events to work aways for smaller teams and start ups.

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Pilguse Residency and the Manor Grounds offers you the most unique and diverse back drop for your very special day. There are endless opportunities in very simple ways to set up a one or two day celebration.

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Pilguse Residency

Pilguse Residency is based at the Pilguse Manor House which dates back to 1558 and is set in an absolutely gorgeous and unique 90 hectares of land. The property is surrounded by untouched nature, lakes and endless coastlines.

Pilguse Residency seeks to provide luxury, yet obtainable, accommodation, experiences and spirits to consumers that lead eco-conscious lifestyles.