SWIMMING POOL & SAUNA CENTER
NB! According to the COVID-19 regulations, the swimming pool & sauna centre is closed until 25.04 for public use.
Vihula Manor will in late autumn launch the most modern and up-market Swimming-Pool & Sauna Center in Estonia.
The Swimming Pool & Sauna Center will cover 700 sq.m. and feature:
- 15-meter pool with massage seats
- 36°C children’s pool
- Cold water pool
- 80°C Finnish sauna
- 95°C Smoke sauna
- 60°C Sanitarium
- 50°C Steam Sauna
- Two 38°C Jacuzzis
- Rest and Lounge area
- Modern changing room and showers
PRICE LIST OF THE SWIMMING POOL AND SAUNA CENTER
In order to follow the 2+2 rule established by the Government of Estonia, we kindly ask you to book your visit to the swimming pool & sauna center in advance.
The 1,5h visit to the swimming pool and sauna center can only be enjoyed by prior registration on phone +372 326 4100.
Weekend rates apply during school holidays and public holidays.
|Usage times||Adult||Family ticket||Discount ticket*|
Mo – Th 10 -15
|13 EUR||38 EUR||9 EUR|
Mo – Th 15 -21
|18 EUR||45 EUR||16 EUR|
|25 EUR||58 EUR||18 EUR|
The family ticket is valid for up to two adults + up to three up to 12-year old children.
* students, pensioners, 3-12-year old children.
Guest from outside the hotel have to pay a door card deposit of 10 EUR, which will be returned after the visit in exchange for the card.
Tickets for the sauna center can be purchased at the hotel reception. We also recommend to call ahead and find out if the sauna center is not very crowded at the desired moment of visit, if the spa is full at the desired time of the visit, we will suggest an alternative time for your visit. On Fridays and Saturdays, many guests staying in the manor are relaxing in the sauna center, therefore guests outside the manor are not accepted!
Please bring personal sauna towels and definitely beach towels.
Sauna towel rental 5 EUR / piece
More information +372 3264100
NB! On the first Monday of every month, the sauna center is closed for maintenance from 9 – 14.00.
The widely spread ancient sauna tradition can be experienced in the forest guard’s sauna also known as the smoke sauna, which in the old days was heated for almost half a day and the sauna session itself often lasted for hours. In the modern so-called black sauna you can feel the aroma of strong smoke and the enjoy the pleasant heat.
Upon entering the rancher boy sauna also known as the juniper sauna, you can immediately feel the pleasant smell characteristic of the coniferous tree. The low temperature of the sauna also allows it to be used by people who cannot tolerate heat or who are not allowed a high-heat sauna procedure due to illness.
The manor lady’s sauna also known as the sanarium has a low temperature for saunas to enjoy and relax for a long time.
In addition to the sanarium, the center also has a steam sauna, which has been used in Turkey under the name of a hammam for thousands of years and has brought us the term Turkish sauna. The effect of the steam sauna on the body is relaxing and healing.