Roose Guesthouse is surrounded by juniper trees in a horse field, right on the doorstep of Kärdla, but with one foot in the countryside. Both the centre of Kärdla and the beach are within 2 km of the house. This charming old structure was renovated in a way that helped to maintain its spirit and warmth but added some modern amenities. Your stay at Roose Guesthouse is best summarised in the following sentence: it's lovely to stay with us.
Roose Guesthouse can provide great accommodation for one or more families, groups of up to nine people and business travellers. There are five bedrooms sleeping nine in the house. We also rent out the floors separately.
Roose Guesthouse is open all year round. Before it was turned into a guesthouse, the house actually belonged to Karl Kaups, who was a member of parliament and a man of faith. The building of the two-storey house was completed in 1939, but Kaups did not live here even for one day – he fled to America to escape from the approaching Soviet troops and occupation. After Estonia regained its independence, the house was returned to the Kaups family.