• Pakari House
  • Hilma’s Cottage
  • Lempimökki Cottage
  • Lammenranta Cabin
  • Tipula
  • The Boathouse
  • The Teepee Cabin
  • The Stable Attic Room

  • Pakari House

    Pakari House is the farm’s oldest building, passed down through generations from the 1700’s until the present day.

    Lovingly restored, Pakari House can accomodate 25 people during summer and 13 people during winter. The building has four guest rooms, as well as three granary rooms for summer use only.

    Pakari has two separate shower rooms, three toilets, a small kitchen and a drying room. In the other shower room there is also a washing machine for guest use.

    Pakari House is also home to a small museum.

    In addition, located on the upper floor of Pakari House are log-framed granary rooms (known as Upstairs Left, Upstairs Right and The Loft).

    These rooms are in use from spring through to autumn. All the granary rooms are equipped with additional electric radiators.

    The granary rooms are of standing height. Of all these rooms The Loft is the most spacious, although the ceiling slopes to the edge.

    The granary rooms nearest toilet and shower facilities are along the entrance hall of Pakari House. Additional toilet and shower facilities are also available.

    A peaceful sleep will be enjoyed in all the wooden buildings, whatever the weather.

     



  • The Red Room

    A peaceful room located on the left of the Pakari House terrace. Pets are allowed.

    The room has beds for three adults and one child. The other bed is an old-style bunk bed with dimensions of 190x90cm adorned with lights and side curtains.

    The room is in use all year round but sometimes during minus temperatures the toilet is not in use. If this is the case then the other toilets in Pakari Lodge can be used instead.

    In the Red Room’s hall closet you’ll find a microwave and coffee maker.

     



  • Pakari Lodge

    The lodge accommodates a total of seven adults with separate travel beds for children if required. The Pakari Lodge can be connected to the Yellow and Blue rooms, thereby accommodating as many as eleven adult guests.

    The lodge includes old-fashioned cupboard style bunk beds with good mattresses and dimensions of 183x100cm. There is also a rare, oven-heated double bed with dimensions of 200x160cm. In addition the lodge has a traditional sofa bed that opens from the side as well as a small kitchen, a dishwasher and a refrigerator.

    The Lodge has an air-pump heater.

     



  • The Blue Room

    The Blue Room can accommodate two adults and one child. Located in the rooms of the old Pakari Lodge in the back right corner. If necessary it is possible to connect this room up with the Yellow room, which has its own separate exit. The combined space will accommodate four adults and one child.



  • The Yellow Room

    The Yellow Room can accommodate two adults and is located in the last room of Pakari Lodge in the far left corner. The room be connected with the Blue Room if necessary. The Yellow Room has its own exit. The combined rooms are able to accommodate four adults and one child.



  • The Loft

    The Loft is the largest of the granary rooms. There is a double bed and two single beds with dimensions of 200x80cm, as well as a chiffonier and a small coffee table and chairs. There is also a tradtional luggage trunk providing a touch of nostaglia.
    Being a loft the window is at floor level whilst the entry is driect from a small staircase. Over the Loft’s door reads ‘Flikkatten luhti 1890’.



  • Upstairs Right

    This log-walled granary room is full of atmosphere with a small window overlooking a field of grazing sheep. Additional heat is provided by an electric radiator.
    The granary room has two bunk beds, a table and chairs. The room sleeps up to four people. The beds have foam mattresses that meet countryside tourism industry standards. The nearest toilet and shower facilities are in the hallway entrance of Pakari Lodge.



  • Upstairs Left

    This log-walled granary room is a cozy and traditional bedroom. The room has two bunk beds of dimensions 200x80cm and one tradtional adult bed measuring 200x90cm. The room sleeps five adults and the beds have foam mattresses that meet countryside tourism industry standards. The granary room has a small window facing the courtyard. The nearest toilet and shower facilities are in the hallway entrance of Pakari Lodge.