The main tourist season is between June and August, when the weather is the warmest. Standout seasons to visit Russia are late spring (May or June) and early autumn (September or October), when the city’s parks are filled with flowering trees or colourful leaves.
The deepest, darkest part of winter is undeniably cold but if you are prepared it can be an adventure. Furs and vodka keep people warm and snow-covered landscapes are picturesque. A solid snowpack covers the ground from November to March.
The Old Estate Hotel is situated in the historical part of the city of Pskov on the right bank of the Pskova-river, in a peaceful neighbourhood surrounded by panoramic views. The hotel is within easy reach of the city’s historical monuments and parks.
The hotel has a collection of rooms and suites all designed for a comfortable stay with city views and Italian furniture. With a choice of restaurants, bars and a spa there are plenty of facilities to ensure a comfortable stay during your visit to Pskov.
The Aristocrat restaurant is set up in the style of a traditional Russian Taverna and serves a combination of European and Russian dishes throughout the day. The cozy restaurant also has live music and an enjoyable, relaxed atmosphere. The rustic Rublev bar has an 18th-Century style with painted exposed brick walls and fishing nets hanging from the ceilings. Here you can sample Russian dishes alongside a selection of wines and cognacs, teas and coffees. The hotel also benefits from being the only hotel in Pskov to have their own confectionary counter where you can enjoy sweet treats and pastries. The hotel also have an extensive wine cellar houses a collection of rare wines from around the world, including Chile, France and Italy. The hotel will happily organise a wine tasting with their expert sommeliers, so you can learn about the characteristics of each wine and the differences of the wine regions. The Old Estate spa is the perfect place to unwind with a hydrotherapy pool, relaxing baths and over 250 different types of spa treatments on offer.
As well as a range of massages available you can also choose to visit the hair salon or solarium or to have a manicure or pedicure. The hotel is located just across a bridge from the Finnish park, which is a popular recreational area in the city. Opposite the main entrance to the hotel you’ll find the “konchansky” church, a remarkable piece of the 15th century architecture built in 1496. Close by you’ll find other places of interest such as the Gremyachaya tower and Kozma-and-Domian, the fortress wall of the town. The gem among Pskov sights - the Kremlin with its Trinity Cathedral, is situated up the river steps away from Old Estate.
The rooms range from the 20 square metre (65 square feet) standard rooms to the spacious 50 square metre (160 feet) suites with large sitting areas.
The hotel has an inviting spa with thalassotherapy, a cosmetology room, a medical room, manicure and pedicure rooms, a solarium, a hair salon, toning showers and baths.
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