The estate of Baron Von Taube

The estate of Baron von Taube is ideal for those who appreciate comfort and prefer a quiet, secluded holiday.

The house is located in the very center of Irkutsk at the intersection of Karl Marx and Volodarsky streets.

The main sights of the city, as well as numerous restaurants and souvenir shops are located just a couple of minutes of a leisurely walk from our house.

The estate consists of three rooms, each of which has its own separate entrance. Guests can rent either one of the rooms or the entire house. This is a great accommodation option for a family or a friendly company!

All rooms are made in the style of the Siberian merchants of the mid-XIX century.

Spacious bright rooms with high ceilings and comfortable furniture made of environmentally friendly materials create a unique atmosphere of warmth and Siberian hospitality!

Two rooms are duplex. On the ground floor there is a small kitchen equipped with everything you need, a spacious living room and a bathroom with a shower and elegant furniture in bright colors. On the second floor there is a bedroom with a comfortable double bed. Two of the three available rooms are adjacent and can be an excellent accommodation option for a large company and family.

The third room is one-storey and consists of two rooms: a bedroom and a living room. The bathroom accommodates a shower cabin and a luxurious bath with a steam room!

All rooms have a kitchen area with modern appliances.

According to your order, we can also arrange for you the delivery of dishes from our Merchant Nemchinov restaurant, which is famous for its delicious dishes of traditional Siberian cuisine.

Privacy, refined style and a high level of comfort will make your stay in the Manor unforgettable!

For all questions and for booking, please call: +7 (3952) 26-58-58, +7 (901) 668-56-25.

You are always welcome!

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Restaurant of the Merchant of the 1st Guild Nemchinov

"The richer, the happier..." is the motto of our restaurant, located in the historic Central Hotel and named after a merchant and philanthropist who made a significant contribution to the development of Siberian cities, including Irkutsk.