People who enter the main building find themselves in a sumptuous foyer, which leads into a hall that runs through 2 floors. This is one of the most remarkable rooms of the Villa as the floor-to-ceiling glass window offers a fantastic view of the bay and the silhouette of Tallinn. The glass wall is cut into two by an imposing granite fireplace that reaches for the heights. The fireplace is the main focal point of the Villa. Every stone in the fireplace was carefully selected and it was built by masters from Saaremaa, who are skilled in the construction of the most intricate structures.
The hall also houses the valuable Blüthner piano that was brought from London. In addition to its musical function, it is also an important detail in the interior design.
The large dining hall and a more private cigar room can be found on the right. Both rooms have direct access to the balcony and the inner yard, and their huge windows also offer beautiful views of the sea.
Smaller conferences, receptions, presentations and other events can be held on the ground floor.
There is a cosy room on the first floor, which is a good place for watching TV or having conversations. It leads into a large balcony, which gives a good view of the front yard of the Villa. It is good for observing any ongoing events from the balcony of the first floor. The Villa Mary has excellent acoustics and is therefore the perfect place for exclusive concerts.