Hahkiala Manor House
Hahkiala farm and forestry estate started its current operations in 2001. Hahkiala’s beautiful cultural-historically significant milieu offers light, space and old-world style with modern facilities.
The Manor has over the years offered hospitality to presidents and other prominent figures of Finland’s history. The rooms in the main building are named after the presidents who visited Hahkiala. You can sleep in a room named after Ryti, Relander, K.J. Ståhlberg, Ester Ståhlberg, Kallio or Svinhufvud. A room has also been named after Aino Sibelius, a cousin of the Manor owner's family. When Sibelius himself visited the
Manor, he signed the guest with a few notations from the Finlandia hymn. The cultural-historical space has been refurbished to meet today's requirements and the Manor’s lakeside sauna offers a sauna experience in a historical setting – it is a copy of the seafront sauna at the president’s summer residence, Kultaranta.
The owner of Hahkiala has renovated the Manor, built in modified Swedish barque style, the yard, outbuildings and baroque gardens, respecting their original state and the surrounding nature. A summer visit to the garden is like time travel to the home country of the first owner of the Manor, 1600s France.
Hahkiala is fully licensed.
Accommodation: 45 beds
Meeting rooms: 10-70 people
Seats in the restaurant: 10-150 people
Garden parties or cocktail parties: 10-200 people