The only Art Nouveau building in Aluksne was built by the order of Baroness Helena von Fiettinghoff at the beginning of the second decade of last century (1910-1912). The beautiful, historic building is surrounded by 100-year-old stories and memories. According to old photographs and documents, for a few years, a railway hotel was situated in the building. It was used by military troops on several occasions as well, even after the building was purchased from the Baroness by Voldemar and Edith Kubulins. After a major renovation in 1936, the building was rented out to the Estonian Education Society as a primary school, also to a creamery and other various offices and agencies.
After extensive experience spanning over a hundred years, the respected and durable house has finally met its peak and opened its doors, maintaining the original name, the Bahnhofs Hotel (“The Railway Station Hotel” from German). The rooms that have lived through all of the course of events of the past are, once again, cheering people offering a variety of social events in the gorgeous party hall and also providing comfortable and cozy accommodation to the guests of our town.