Where to stay in Estonia
Foreign investment in the 1990s helped to bring Estonia's accommodation options to international standards, and now the range of hotels available in Tallinn is extraordinary. Outside Tallinn, Estonia enjoys an adequate range of acceptable accommodation, left over from the pre-independence days or built by Estonian entrepreneurs, including large hotels and smaller pension-type establishments.
There are over 300 campsites in Estonia. Many campsites are open throughout the year. See www.tourism.ee for a comprehensive list.
There are 19 YHA hostels throughout Estonia, which also include apartments and farm-stays (see Accommodation Information below).
The Estonian Rural Tourism Organisation (see Accommodation Information below) provides accommodation in the countryside across Estonia, including farm-stays, bed & breakfasts, holiday villages and camps.
Villas, apartments, cottages and houses are available in Tallinn. Prices vary according to specification.