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.