Strolling through the junipers and pines or wandering across the large meadows and grasslands, you will find a cozy house that is about 170 years old. Also the sea, which late on warm summer nights, invites you to stroll along the shore or row across the shimmering water. And there are more possibilities for enjoying life a bit differently. If you don't care about a comfortable bed, but long to spend the night under the starry sky, you can go camping, and in the morning, briskly go off fishing. The different seasons are different colors - in the spring, the golden cowslips are in bloom, in the summer the trees turn green, toward the autumn, the light purple heath paths take over, and the winter is sparkling white.
Pivarootsi Manor is opened for the guests!
The house itself is like a fortress -surrounded by a shallow closed bay, which in turn is surrounded by islands and peninsulas. Old stonewalls, limestone estate sheds, and naturally, the Pivarootsi manor house (currently under renovation) delight the eye. In conclusion, the story of two Russian noblewomen. In 1905 they decided to give the estate for use to the Russian Orthodox Church.
Everyone is welcome at Pivarootsi - nature lovers, hikers, history enthusiasts and people who just want to rest and relax.