"Vehmaanpirtti was built in 1890's as a worker's house. It's built by Anttila's great grandma's grandfather.

There have lived several worker families and in 1940's there have lived railroad workers. The last regular residents, Vilho and Jenny Vehmas lived there for 21 years. They left in 1974. Since then the cottage have been used as a summer holiday apartment.

Anttila's oldest building, still in use, is the granary at the shore. The merchants used it as their salt storage. It might have been built in the middle of the 19th century.

The sauna was built in the late 1960's."

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Vehmaanpirtti is the oldest of the cottages and built to be a workman's house.

Nowadays it suits well for two or three person's holiday. The inside of the cottage is cosy.

At the yard there is a barbeque shelter.

Pets are not allowed.

  • 2 beds
  • Shower
  • 1 additional bed
  • lakeside sauna with Harttentupa
  • barbeque shelter
  • rowboat
  • sandy bottom beach at sauna
  • a quay for swimmers at sauna
  • life vests upon request
  • running drinking water
  • utensils
  • lighting
  • fridge
  • electric stove
  • wood stove
  • ecological outdoor toilet


Prices in euro, incl. VAT

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Bed linen: 8 Eur/Pers.

Final cleaning 75 Eur (Must be mentioned when ordered)

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