Rūmene Manor is steeped in history. The main manor house is a 19th-century Neo-Gothic gem, surrounded by a 7-hectare landscaped park at the shore of its private lake. After falling into extreme disrepair over the previous decades, the main manor house, four ancillary buildings, and the park have been meticulously restored, preserving the historical essence while tastefully incorporating luxurious comforts and contemporary design elements.
The current main manor house was originally built in the Neo-Gothic style in 1876 and is believed to have been designed by Teodors Zeilers. Today, Rūmene Manor covers almost 100 hectares. The landscaped park and the surrounding fields and woods are home to many rare species of flora and are a bird-watchers paradise. The park is believed to have been designed by the landscape architect Georg Kuphaldt, who also designed many of the Riga’s well-known parks in the 1800s.
Rūmene Manor is one of the unique places for a memorable stay in Latvia. This expansive country estate offers unparalleled luxury accommodations, unique event spaces and various activities for differing tastes. If you visit, definitely try a traditional Latvian sauna ritual with a sauna master in the charming lake-side sauna house.
Catering for the Main Manor and Estate guests is provided by one of our trusted partners, restaurant 36.line and chef Lauris Aleksejevs.