Ungru Guesthouse

The barque Hioma, which was built in Suursadam, Hiiumaa and was the first Estonian vessel to sail around Cape Horn, returned to its home in 1857.
The dignified customhouse that witnessed this historic event has now been turned into a beautiful guesthouse.
The rooms are spacious and luxurious, and are named after historical persons and ships of Hiiumaa: Count of Ungru’s room, Ebba Margaretha’s room, the Hioma room, and Andreas room. The guesthouse has a barbecue and offers a beautiful view of the sea.
In the summer months, the excellent Ungru Restaurant on the ground floor of the house can be visited.
Come and visit the magical Hiiumaa!

Features

  • Amenities
  • WiFi
  • WC
  • Free parking
  • Internet access
  • Fenced territory
  • Outdoor terrace
  • Computer available
  • Camping area
  • Lobby
  • Recreation area/picnic ground
  • Fridge
  • Pets allowed
  • Sauna complex
  • Recreation room
  • Activities for children
  • TV in recreation room
  • Free time and relaxation
  • Swimming area
  • Landscaped area
  • Barbecue area
  • Tennis court
  • Kids’ playground
  • Additional services
  • Bike rental
  • Meals
  • Children’s seating
  • Kids’ menu
  • Breakfast included in price
  • Restaurant
  • Bar/café
  • Meals available if booked in advance
  • Room amenities
  • Shower
  • Extra bed available
  • Internet (WiFi)
  • TV in room
  • Hair dryer
  • Kettle
  • Number of rooms
  • Rooms total: 4
  • Beds: 10
  • Number of beds in winter: 10
  • Number of beds in the low season: 10
  • Number of beds in the high season: 10
  • Suite: 1
  • Double: 3
  • Beds in house/home/building: 10
  • Number of places for caravans: 5
  • Camping area: 30
  • Seminar and conference
  • Meals
  • Presentation equipment
  • Additional services
  • Motor home/caravan power supply
  • Transfer service
  • Motor home/caravan rubbish depot
  • Motor home/caravan servicing
  • Motor home/caravan water supply

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Info

Opening hours

1. June – 15. September

24 hours

16. September – 31. May

24 hours