A beautifully enchanting place...
English Lady Elisabeth Estlake, visiting Estonia in the 1840sThe history of the manor
Kõltsu Manor is open for beautiful and prestigious events. The manor is suitable for hosting meetings, seminars, training events and conferences, as well as receptions and functions. The rooms can fit up to 50 people.
For meetings, seminars, training events: the room rental price is 300–1,000 euros plus VAT, for other functions: 1,500–3,000 euros plus VAT. These prices do not include catering and Kõltsu Manor does not offer accommodation.
Architect: Jüri Irik
Interior architects: Kaire Kemp-Tišler and Ea Andla
Landscape architects: Ülle Grišakov and Triin Järve
Stained-glass windows on the glass veranda and the partitioning wall separating the halls: Valev Šein
Wrought iron fences and gates of the manor: Heigo Jelle
Bronze sculptures in the manor garden: Simson von Seakyl and Paul Mänd
Owner and developer of the manor: Kapitel
Authors of photos used on the website: Tiit Veermäe, Kaupo Kalda, Sven Tupits, Marek Metslaid, Jelena Rudi, Egert Kamenik, Toomas Tuul, Tõnu Tunnel, Siim Kingisepp, Kris Kose, Merilyn Lõhmuste-Tomingas, Ingrid Lauringson, Raido Nurk, Jarek Jõepera.
Kõltsu Manor is in Laulasmaa, in Keila municipality in Harju County in Estonia’s capital region. When you are coming from Tallinn along Rannamõisa tee, the manor is 2 km past Laulasmaa School on the right. If you are coming from Tallinn via Keila on Paldiski maantee, turn right after driving 35 kilometres and drive on 2 km toward Laulasmaa. Kõltsu manor will be on your left.