Where are the Tiny Marienholm mini villas located?
Tiny Marienholm mini villas are located in Haapsalu, at Uus-Sadama 25. It is a peninsula on the left bank of Suur Viik, and the houses are located on the left-hand side at the beginning of the peninsula.
How close can it be accessed by car, and is there a parking lot?
You can drive right to the houses by car; the parking lot is about 20m from the house, depending on your house number.
What time is check-in?
Check-in is possible from 16:00. The doors open with a code, so you can choose when you arrive. You do not really need to inform us about the arrival time. It is important that an official check-in has been made through the reservation system by the morning of the day of arrival (the information is in your reservation confirmation email). Otherwise, the code will not be issued.
What time is check-out?
Check-out is at 12:00 at the latest.
Is check-in mandatory?
It is mandatory according to the laws of the Republic of Estonia, and unfortunately, we cannot let you into the house without it.
How do you check-in?
Information and a link to online check-in are in your booking confirmation email. When checking in, you must enter your contact and document information in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Estonia.
Is it like spending the night in the ÖÖD style of houses in a private grove where there are no strangers around?
It is a small village-style accommodation. There are a total of 7 houses and two saunas here, and they are all located close to each other. Since the peninsula is interesting for both local and distant guests, you will notice quite a few people around the peninsula, all of whom want to be a part of the newly opened Marienholm peninsula.
Does every house come with the right to use a sauna?
Saunas are reserved exclusively for house customers who have chosen special Lux mini villas. Saunas are integral to them, as they are located next to these houses.
Are pets allowed?
If you come with a pet, please let us know by purchasing a pet package as an additional service. Pets are not allowed on the bed in our houses 🙂
Who manages the houses?
The houses belong to Scandium Kinnisvara, and the office manager is Scandium Living. Experienced cleaning angels and managers are on-site, who will take care that you will have an enjoyable stay.
Where can I get help if I have problems?
House rules and instructions can be found in the email you received before your arrival. However, if you still end up having a problem with something, call +372 5568 0676 for urgent questions. If you are not in a hurry, we will be happy to receive an email from you at email@example.com
Where to keep up to date with what is going on in Tiny Marienholm?
Come and discover our Instagram @tinymarienholm! Here you will find the most operative information about our offers.
What peninsula is this I have ended up on?
It is the peninsula with the historical name Marienholm (officially also known as Crimean holm). From 1830 to 1890, there was an active port here, where quite a few high-ranking heads of state and members of the tsarist family landed to spend the invigorating summer months in the resort town of Haapsalu. During the Soviet era, a large fish workshop was located here, which closed its doors for good at the beginning of the 2000s and then slowly began to fall into disrepair.
In 2022, Scandium Kinnisvara bought the area, demolished the dilapidated buildings, and started developing a new living environment. In the fall of 2023, construction work will begin to create new low-rise apartment buildings with summer-type architecture. In the next ten years, up to 150 apartments, promenades and leisure areas, a small harbor, wharves, and hopefully a modern SPA hotel which Haapsalu has been waiting for a long time, will be created here.