The Rūmene Manor is surrounded by an extensive park covering nearly eight hectares. The park has been restored along with the manor buildings and contains some of the 364 original rare tree specimens, as well as an orchard and quaint gravel roads, as is typical in this type of rural landscape. The manor house has been reconstructed with utmost respect for its history but also contains elements of contemporary art.
The Manor House offers five quiet, private apartments, the largest of which occupies two storeys, with access to a spacious terrace and a splendid view of the park and lake. Two additional two-storey apartments are located on the second floor of the house, while two more secluded, romantic one-room apartments are located on the third floor.
The Stable has five two-storey apartments, each furnished and decorated in a light, airy style, and each with a separate entrance through a small garden.
The Garden House features four comfortable double occupancy apartments and a terrace facing the park.
The Rūmene Manor has several common rooms available for celebrations. Each space has a slightly different atmosphere, allowing guests to choose the most appropriate for their particular event.