Loona Manor Guesthouse is a medieval manor house, first mentioned in 1509 when it was a feudal stronghold. The present simple-looking one-storey main building was constructed in different stages from the 17th to the 19th century. It was renovated in 1997 and now houses the centre of Vilsandi National Park (1910). Manorial complex houses also Fossil Museum and exhibition about the history of Baltic nature protection and Vilsandi National Park. Spacious park area, safe parking, Sea coast 1.5kms. Elegant caffe-restaurant Kadvel providing local simple gourmet, out-door cafe, piano hall, culture programme, souvenir sales, tourist information and services, relaxation services, multilingual staff, daily heritage tours, morning exercises on the grass, excellent for outdoor activities in nature both for body and soul.