The billiards room in Sagadi manor was opened with the international tournament
On the 2nd of June 2011 the first international billiard tournament was held in Sagadi manor. The billiard room has existed in the manor from the 19th century. This spring its dignified successor was built in the former youth room.
The jewel of the room, which is the billiard table, was most
likely made in the beginning of the 20th century in St.Petersburg. The oak
framed table with granite has a colorful and adventurous history. The table was
presumably decorating a squire’s city apartment in Toompea, before it was
brought to Toompea castle in the beginning of the soviet era, where it served the
comrades until the mid-1980s, after which it retired, rather worn out.
With the initiative of interior decorator Leila Pärtelpoeg the table arrived in Sagadi in 1988, where it was disassembled for unknown reasons. So the table remained disassembled in the corner of the manor loft until last year, when the craftsmen of Conservation Centre Kanut brought it back to life.
The billiard room is now furnished with manor-style furniture from the 19th century, and decorated with nature- and hunting-themed paintings, engravings and trophies. The room is open for all visitors.
The manor is open from May 1st to September 30th between 10 AM and 6 PM every day, and from October 1st to April 30th when booked in advance.