Vilsandi Rescue Station has without doubt one of the most astonishing views a house can possibly have. As a former but now renovated rescue station it sits right next to the sea offering some real sleep-next-to-the-sea experience.
Vilsandi rescue station was built in 1874 to house a rescue team and a lifeboat. During its active years more than 40 men and a dog were rescued by the brave men of the station.
The boat took its last trip to Sweden to save locals from the Soviet regime.
In 2012 the house was renovated and declared as a national monument. It has been adapted to offer accommodation during spring-autumn season.
Guests staying at Vilsandi Rescue Station will have access to all the amenities the house has to offer i.e. bathroom, kitchen and slip.
Interaction with guests
We are always ready to guide you through your stay in Vilsandi.
Other things to note
Vilsandi Rescue Station is situated in Vilsandi National Park.
You need to comply to general rules of Vilsandi National Park.