Due to renovations Pärdi Guesthouse is closed for the moment
PÄRDI GUESTHOUSE is offering accommodations to the visitors and tourists in the idyllic coastal village of Koguva on beautiful Muhu Island, where, according to the islanders themselves, even time rests. Koguva village is living proof of this – excellently preserved old farmhouses with thatched roofs, storehouses for fishing equipment, piers for boats and fishing nets drying on the grass by the sea. It seems as if time had stopped here before the arrival of the industrial era. In this picturesque setting the local inhabitants live in the quiet rhythm of their everyday activities. Koguva is a living museum village, where every building is under heritage protection.
Pärdi Guesthouse too is a fine example of the combination of the ancient and the modern. During the 1930s Pärdi farm belonged to the fisherman Hans Schmuul. In the 1940s this place was home to his widow and unmarried daughters who worked as schoolteachers. The current owner bought the property from Muhu County.
The house, surrounded by mighty trees, has been renovated with love and care, and during warmer seasons the garden is carpeted in colourful flowers. In the springtime guests are greeted by bright-coloured primroses and cowslips. Apple trees, lilacs and peonies bloom in May, being soon followed by irises, roses and jasmine. Towards the end of summer, the farmyard is ‘lit up’ with phloxes and chinese lanterns.