Cosy living in 1920´s style traditional villa in Helsinki
Enjoy your stay at villa easily reachable from Helsinki city center
The area of Käpylä, the famous suburb of wooden buildings, was built in early 1920´s . It was designed to be a model workers’ housing area and it became known as the earliest example in Finland of the Garden City Movement. Nowadays Käpylä is a haven for people who love to live in wooden houses surrounded by big gardens.
Käpylä has excellent connections to the city centre by tram and bus. Buses to the city centre and airport run even through the night. The fair ground – Helsinki Convention Center- is just stone´s throw away.
The house, a square-log construction, is built in 1927. The house has been restored carefully using original materials and fittings – with a modern twist. The apartment has two floors: in the first floor there is a spacious kitchen, bedroom with 120 cm wide Hästens-bed, a a living room- and a tiny toilette.
In the ground floor, basement, you will a large bathroom and a wood-heated sauna with curved benches!
Additionally, there are two smaller rooms facing the garden, of which the other one is a quiet tiny bedroom for two persons. There is an additional toilet too. Please note that these rooms are attached to each other, and there is no door between them. There is one bed (80 x 200 cm) in each of the small rooms, totally 2 beds only. Extra mattresses are available if more than four persons will sleep in the house.If you are visiting the house at the summertime, you should take advantage of my garden and terrace and enjoy your morning coffee there! Parking outside the house on the street is free.
Prices per night:
Cleaning at the end of the stay 40€
Price includes overnight, linen and towels for maximum of 6 persons.
This overnight can be combined with other tours and travel arrangements.