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Tallinn history

The Merchant’s House Hotel Tallinn comprises two recently restored medieval buildings set right at the heart of the Old Town of Tallinn.
In conjunction with the Estonian Historical Society, the Merchant’s House has been renovated in keeping with the original usage of the buildings. The hotel’s buildings date as far back as the 14th and 16th Century.

The high time of Tallinn as a medieval Hanseatic town was the 15th century.

This is a unique opportunity to visit Tallinn and stay in a lovingly restored medieval merchants home.

Your medieval hotel in Tallinn is also blessed with its own courtyard which provides a private and relaxing place to either enjoy breakfast or luncheon, or as an oasis during the day from the hustle and bustle of the Old Town activities.

An alternative is to sit outside on the Merchant’s House summer terrace, literally a stone’s throw from the old Town Hall main square.

Good to know

Cuisine:

Much of Estonia’s cuisine is derived from Germany and Russia. Meat (mainly pork) and root vegetables (potatoes/carrots) and of course black sausages, which are served daily for breakfast at the Merchants House Hotel.

Good Buys:

Estonia is an inexpensive source of amber
Soviet & Pre Soviet memorabilia
Estonian & Russian Vodka
Estonian Pottery, Linen, & Knitwear

Money:

Currency (Euro) most places take credit cards. Estonia charges 20% VAT, with the exception of rooms & medicine.
Tipping General Rule is 10%.

Taxi:

There is no need to tip taxi drivers. Taxi rates must be shown on there window.

Airport:

2.5miles to the old town of Tallinn, just around 10/15 minutes taxi ride.

Tallinn facts:

Language:Estonian
Capital City:Tallinn
Telephone Calling Code:+372
Electricity:230V, 50Hz
Currency:Euro