Located on a plot of 7 hectares deep in the boreal forest, at the end of a 1.2 km private road. The two main wooden buildings, with their red logs and white windows, date to the early 20th century. Originally, a farm and a lumberjack house relocated on the current site in 1975 to accommodate holiday camps. Both buildings were refurbished in 2018.
You will stay in a spacious 300 m2 building originally designed to accommodate 60 people, it has been remodeled keeping the original spirit of the building and now accommodates a maximum of 16 guests* in 8 double rooms of 10 to 20 m2 .
You will share in this large house 6 showers, 4 toilets, an electric sauna, a small lounge, and a large living room with a traditional fireplace. The sober and warm decoration respects the traditional atmosphere of the Finnish mökkis (chalets).
* during winter stays we only welcome a maximum of 8 guests
Just a few metres away, on the shores of Lake Saarijärvi, a wooden chalet houses a traditional wood-heated sauna. You will taste the essence of Finnish culture while enjoying the view of the frozen lake from the cosy rest room.