Vergi Maja guesthouse was built in 2012. It is located in an old fishing village of the same name in Vihula municipality in Lääne-Viru County, which forms part of Lahemaa National Park. The village was first mentioned in writing as far back as 1325. The guesthouse makes for ideal stay for those who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. When visiting us you can celebrate events, organise seminars or enjoy Estonian nature at its finest in the forest or by the sea. Lääne-Viru County offers pretty much everything in terms of nature - here you'll find the sea, deep forests, picturesque rivers and lakes, marshes and bogs and truly diverse flora and fauna. Man-made marvels are close at hand, too - Vihula, Sagadi and Palmse manors, Vergi and Altja fishing villages, medieval fortress ruins in Toolse and Rakvere, the Käsmu Maritime Museum and much, much more. You're welcome at our guesthouse all year round!