Introduction

“The road that leads to Kau Manor meanders poetically through bucolic natural surroundings. Upon arrival, I discovered that just being in the Manor is an incredible experience in and of itself- the very refined yet eccentric interior manifests joie de vivre and fantasy. The lights in the Manor alone (of which there are over 600) deserve a separate tour. Ranging from vintage art deco pieces to design classics, the lights exemplify the penchant apparent throughout the Manor for mixing objects and materials of myriads of styles and harking from a variety of different eras.”

— “Hõrgud lambid ja eklektiline lõheroog”
Eesti Päevaleht, 22.06.12 Tallinn.

Established before 1241 and acquired by artist Mary Jordan in 2007, Kau Manor has been transformed by Jordan’s unique vision. Inspired by its rich history, Kau Manor’s meticulous and fantastical renovation has set it apart among hotels of its kind.

Kau is at once an art center, an academy, a pristine nature preserve, and a boutique hotel. It is a destination for anyone who appreciates beauty and relishes adventure, from politicians to creatives and from businesspeople to activists. Located thirty minutes outside of Tallinn, the Manor offers an escape from city life in the fullest sense of the word. Whether you are joining us for an evening concert or a month-long artist residency, prepare to encounter a place unlike anywhere you have ever been.

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