Sangaste Castle Hostel

Address: Lossikyla, Sangaste, Estonia | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Lossikyla, Sangaste.
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    A travel blog entry by eyre on Sep 13, 2015

    20 photos

    ... stop: Olustvere Mois (Manor), where we found the craft store before locating the main building (or the cashier). In Olustvere, the estate and the modern village have grown into one beautifully conserved complex (granted, the Soviet labourer's residences are a bit of an eye-sore), with some building still in active use as a school or a dormitory, and some buildings re-purposed as craft and exhibition spaces.

    The people at Olustvere really like their glass. In the attic of ...

    Paganamaa-Lõunatipu, 26,4 km

    A travel blog entry by nipitiri on Aug 09, 2015

    16 photos

    ... sandwiches and we chat for more than on hour. What wonderful people you can meet here on the edge of Estonia. Next lovely chat is in Metsavenna shop with a pretty girl behind the counter and local guy.
    After some strait gravel road, horseflies and forest path I arrive at Lõunatipu camp site. It is the southernmost place of Estonia. With a nice cabin and lot of fire wood.

    Äike tuleb öösel. Nii soe on, et magamiskotti pole vaja pugedagi.
    Hommikul ikka veel tibutab. ...

    Another sleepy town

    A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on May 11, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... running past our window, followed by dozens of speed walkers with ski poles. Their destination was clearly somewhere else, as the organisers cleared up and took down the flags within a few hours.
    The journey from Valga to Otepaa started with loads of pine hedges - we wondered if they were yew hedges to start with, but concluded they were probably pine, with their tops continually lopped off. The field were large, the farms medium sized ...

    Which country are we in?

    A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on May 07, 2015

    4 comments, 7 photos

    ... and we heard today about donations being collected for a swing to be erected on the border so one would swing between the two countries! The bus and train station, and the hostel we are in are all on the Estonian side, called Valga, but we did spend the morning back in Latvia, where the town is known as Valka, visiting a museum. It took Rick 21hrs to eat his first cake in Estonia, but he'd bought it from a shop on the Latvian side, so he is yet to sample a ...


    A travel blog entry by erikale91 on Mar 02, 2013

    Wow today has been rather crazy. I traveled with around 20 people to a small town called Otepaa. It's know for winter sports. We left out of Tartu around 10:30 this morning on a bus. The bus ticket was super cheap and only took about 45 minutes. We arrived in Otepaa around 11:15. We first stopped and got food for lunch and everyone stocked up on their alcohol for the evening. I just got some fruits veggies fish and cereal for in the ...