OldHouse Hostel

Address: Uus 26, Tallinn, 10111, Estonia | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Uus 26, Tallinn, is near Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, Tallinn City Museum (Linnamuuseum), Toompea Castle, and Great Guild Hall.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsOldHouse Hostel Tallinn

      Reviewed by nikhil.sharma

      Clean, good showers.

      Reviewed Sep 21, 2014
      by (5 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Clean, nice warm showers, very central, lots of places to eat near by for very reasonable prices.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by manolo2.0

      Cheap hostel

      Reviewed Aug 19, 2013
      by (2 reviews) , France Flag of France

      We had a nice night in this hostel, even if the building looks a little bit old..
      and free parking is available for customers.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews OldHouse Hostel Tallinn

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Tallinn

      Fairytales, Spys and Birthdays.

      A travel blog entry by nikhil.sharma on Sep 21, 2014

      8 photos

      Tallinn is awesome. Despite being the third old baltic town we'd passed through and reaching "old town saturation point" we couldn't help but be instantly impressed. In our eyes, we saved the best til last, despite the down turn in weather conditions. The old town itself really is just so picturesque. It's like something from a fairytale book. …

      End of the Baltics

      A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 15, 2014

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... a medieval castle and ruins set in the depths of the Tautas Park. The castle is all set up for plays, archery games, live demonstrations and so on - but being quite early in the morning it was just the castle, maybe one or two others wandering around, and free entry. Next up was Estonia, in particular the city of Tartu. The trip there was a few hours, but the roads from the castle to Tartu were small roads that went through various parks. Other than never ending roadworks, ...

      Day 89: Tallinn is a bit medieval

      A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Jan 14, 2014

      4 comments, 13 photos

      ... arrangement looks the same, and it is just not hard to imagine what life looked like back then.

      There are a bunch of old castle looking towers sprinkled throughout town. The widest of the towers is called Fat Margaret Tower. I felt bad that they are calling her fat... could have named it after a guy... I'm just saying. St. Olav's church is next to Margaret but the tower overlooking the city is closed for the season so we couldn't climb the many stairs ...

      Day 2 in Tallinn

      A travel blog entry by tomthedoctor on Oct 12, 2013

      5 photos

      ... to some extent, as a are number of the large watchtowers dotted along its length. You can't get into many (if any of them) but there are plenty of photo opportunities if you are that way inclined.

      I should point out that the city isn't completely flat, and most of the best views are to be found up on Toompea Hill which involves a bit of a wander up some cobbled paths. Its nothing like Budapest or Heidelberg which ...

      Life on Board the Eurodam

      A travel blog entry by meznglenn on Jul 12, 2013

      4 photos

      ... independent then Russia again and is now independent again. The influences of these regimes is evident in the architecture and town layout in Tallinn. The upper town was where the aristocracy lived and lower town was the poor. The city has a wall which had a huge gate that was locked at night so that the poor people couldn't get to upper town at night. Our guide was a born and bred Estonian and full of knowledge. ...