The Keldrimäe Guesthouse is located in a former manor in the heart of Kassari village on the island of Hiiumaa. The manor was built in the 18th century and belonged to the Stackelberg family. Some of the original buildings and a yard with a partial limestone fence can still be seen.
The guesthouse has two floors with a total of four double rooms, a lounge with a TV, and a kitchenette.
The backyard has a cabin which is a scaled-down copy of an Egyptian pyramid, built in the same proportions which are oriented astronomically.
Several lovely barbecue spots and a campfire site are located between the limestone foundations of the former main building of the manor.
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