In North-Estonia, without taking Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, into account, there are approximately 300 various accommodation establishments, among which one can find suitable accommodation for their taste and wallet. Estonia is rich in historic manor houses, several of which have been renovated and are being used as luxurious hotels. North-Estonia is especially abounding in manor hotels. Manor houses are perfect places to stay for the visitors who value high quality and special extra services.
In North-Estonia, there are also enough hostels and guesthouses offering more simple accommodation. One can get a taste of genuine countryside intimacy by staying at a tourist farm or in some home accommodation.
It is always advisable to book accommodation in advance. It is also advisable to find out whether pets are allowed to accompany holidaymakers or not.
More and more attention is paid to the people with special needs, special rooms are offered to the allergic, and special requests are taken into consideration concerning food. There is a special website where one can find out which accommodation establishments enable to move around in a wheelchair. In any case, all the special requests should be presented when booking the room, and in case of need, the hotel personnel will make the necessary arrangements.
Most of the accommodation establishments have free Internet access, and it is possible to pay by bank card in many of them. One should rather be prepared to make cash payments in case of home accommodation and tourist farms.
Very many accommodation sector enterprises have been recognized and awarded various quality labels. Rural tourism enterprises have the quality labels of 1-3 cornflowers. Three Lahemaa manors – Palmse, Sagadi and Vihula were awarded as the best tourist destinations in Estonia at the competition of European Tourist Destinations of Excellence (EDEN) in 2011. Several hotels have received the Green Key label.