Haaviku Nature Lodge is a quiet and peaceful place in the middle of the Lahemaa National Park. We offer accommodation in private simple wooden cabins. We are surrounded by a forest with nice nature trails and it is 2,5 km to the sea from us.
Haaviku Nature Lodge is located at Haaviku inTepelvälja village in Lahemaa National Park. Our trademarks are 'nature' and 'privacy'. Three cabins, sauna and summerkitchen are situated on the side of a small river.
It is 85 km to Tallinn and 30 km to Rakvere from here. Nearby you can find lot of to do and see: there are nature trails, lake and seashore, famous manorhouses in Sagadi (2,5 km, forest museum), Palmse (8 km) and Vihula (8 km, SPA), tavern in Altja fisherman-village and sea-museum in Käsmu.
It is our home here and our family, including our two sheep, hope it will be your home for a while as well
We offer accommodation in 3 cabins for up to 3 (max 4) persons in each. A small refrigerator in every cabin.
Bathrooms are shared.
Bedlinen and towels included.
You can prepare breakfast on your own in the summerkitchen (all equipment needed) or have it at our partners place. You can fish by the Oandu lake or rent our bikes and just ride around. After a day full of emotions we can heat up a traditional Estonian sauna for you. From July till October blueberries and muchrooms are waiting for you in forests and in August-September you can watch cranes flying over our place every morning and evening.
On the arrival we introduce all our facilities, guests can get maps, if needed and tips for hiking, travelling by car or by bike - we provide bicycle rent as well.
Other facilities and prices:
Breakfast at Sagadi hotel (2km from us) 8€ /person
Sauna 20 € 1. hour, 7 € every next hour
Bicycle rent 9€ day, 5€ up to 4 hours
Barbeque set 4 €
Firewood - free
Transfeer for up to 4 persons
- from/to Viitna 9 €
- from/to Altja 5 €
We allow pets by agreement in advance
Smoking is not allowed indoors
I was born in Tallinn, but for last 7 years have been living at Haaviku. I belong here - into the middle of the nowhere. I am a graduated biologist, but working as a teacher of tourism management now - so at Haaviku I have everything I love - beautiful nature and my dear guests in every summer.
I like to travel myself as well. Most beautiful trips have been to Iceland, to the national parks in South Tanzania and to North Borneo. I prefer to visit places, wehere there are more animals and less people, to stay at small guesthouses, to talk to local people.
See you at Haaviku... or somewhere else on the Earth :-)