The guesthouse of Gustav Ernesaks

The house of Gustav Ernesaks is located close to Tallinn City centre in the neighbourhood of the Song Festival Grounds, at 10 Oru Street. The so-called Father of Song and his family lived in the legendary house, which was built by the singers of the Estonian National Male Choir, between 1953 and 1993.

In 1997, the Cultural Endowment of Estonia took the building over from the inheritors of Ernesaks. The house, now fully renovated, has become an Estonian Concert guesthouse and a room-museum dedicated to the Father of Song.

The house is decorated in the style of the 1960s. An attempt has been made to preserve the original design and cosiness peculiar to the house’s former owner and the era. The interior design of the house combines several solutions typical of the period with national interior design elements.

Seven cosy guest rooms are available:

  • 2 single rooms
  • 2 rooms with a double bed
  • 3 rooms with twin beds

The rooms have a toilet and a shower or bath; digital TV, free WiFi; kitchen facilities are also available for use.

 

Single room

Single room

The guest house has two 1 single room. The room has a toilet and a shower or...

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Double room

Double room

The guest house has 3 rooms with a double bed and 3 rooms with twin beds. The...

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Organising a meeting

Organising a meeting

You can easily organise meetings for 10 people.

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The guesthouse accommodates up to 13 people.

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The guesthouse of Gustav Ernesaks