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We like how dog friendly the place is and how the Viking theme is really tangible throughout the whole area, from exterior all the way to the smallest details.
Super place! Cabin was cool even if it was +30 degrees outside, bed was comfortable and also dogs slept well in the cabin :) Staff is amazing at this place, food is delicious and the whole Viking village atmosphere is very friendly and dogs are very welcome also. We will definitely come again! :)
Good sauna for 2 persons - Free firewood for fireplace - friendly staff - great tavern with good food and ambiance - nice park/grounds (deserted in winter though) - good base to make trips from
Bed is super uncomfortable, its hard wooden planks with a very thin matress, you can feel the wood and creaks with every turn (we did get an extra comforter after asking) - no plates, glasses, cutlery, you cannot cook something inside - same towels for a week - no information about the park or activities - walls in kings house very thin, you can hear everything of neighbours - shower and faucets have no water pressure, water temperature is fluctuating a lot - everything in Estonian or Russian - (in winter) it opens at 11:00 if you do not reserve a breakfast days before - outside hot tub on photos cost €50 euro to use once, which is not mentioned anywhere - close to highway, you can always hear cars
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Stylish accomodation, wooden cottages, comfortable double bed
The shower head was a little bit clogged so the waterflow was low. Showering women’s hair took a long time.
An amazing amount of work has gone into building everything in a "Viking" way. Restaurant food was very good, the restaurant hostess was excellent. A fun place to stay. Good value for the money.
There was no bath soap or shampoo provided.
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