Kõltsu Manor was one of the smaller estates in the historical Keila parish, and it was established on the lands of Põllküla Manor in 1806. The villa that now stands is from the very last years of the 19th century.
Kõltsu Manor is open for beautiful, dignified and memorable events. The manor is appropriate for hosting meetings, seminars, trainings and conferences as well as for receptions and functions for up to 80 people. Moreover, on a beautiful summer day, concerts and theatre performances for up to 600 people can be held in the garden.
The manor has seminar and dinner tables, concert chairs, a data projector and a screen. The manor garden can host concerts and performances thanks to the bandshell, a new feature from 2012.
The villa is situated in a lovely seaside village 45 kilometres from the Tallinn Harbour and 39.5km from the Airport. When you are coming from Tallinn along Rannamõisa tee, the manor is 2 km past Laulasmaa School on the right. If you are coming from Tallinn via Keila on Paldiski maantee, turn right after driving 35 kilometres and drive on 2 km toward Laulasmaa.