Allikukivi Manor was built in the 1860s as a residential building for the director of the cloth fabric situated on the land of Voltveti Manor. It is a historicist brick-building with Neo-Gothic traits. Its style and the surrounding landscape remind the manor houses of that era – a representational function, a curved driveway in front of the building, and a surrounding park. The mansion has also housed a community centre, a school, and a library. Currently, it is privately owned and used as a winery to produce wine from Estonian berries and fruits. Apart from the textile fabric, the area is known for producing bricks and a local clay industry. It has inspired the novelist Peet Vallak and the performance by Priit Pedajas, Epp Pillarpardi Punjaba potitehas.
Features and amenities
We are located next to the Pärnu-Valga highway, between Kilingi-Nõmme and Tihemetsa: 5 km from Kilingi-Nõmme and 2 km from Tihemetsa centre. After you pass the Allikukivi caves, pass the valley, and turn left. The signpost next to the road says "August Janseni sünnikoht 0.2".
Sealed access road
By public transport