Villa Meri is a well-preserved historic hotel complex in the center of Pärnu next to Koidula park. The complex contains of the villa, built in 1924 and the yard house, built in 2002.
The villa is unique as its historical background; the main house was built by the composer and music teacher Heindrich Meri, who lived in this house from 1925 to 1980. The house belongs to one of the most beautiful cultural monuments in Pärnu-preserved Art Nouveau buildings.
The original shape of the house, and many of the interior design elements are completely stored. It is said that the composer Meri had a deep impression on the tragic-looking and laughing masks designed by Finnish architect Lindgren. Meri saw the masks on the walls of theater Vanemuine’s small house’s hall, he wrote a letter to Lindgren and asked permission to use them in his house. The mask is currently Villa Meri logo.
Villa Meri is located in a peaceful street in the town center where everything necessary for life and the beach is only a walk away. A large, outdoor area and children’s play area offer a great opportunity for a pleasant time spending with friends or family. In the shadows of the apple trees, with 90-year-old fountain accompaniment you can enjoy breakfast, barbecue or just relax.
At Villa Meri we offer lease rooms, apartments, houses or entire villa complex. We accommodate up to 45 people.