Saunas and huts
The wood-heated hut sauna can accommodate about 11–13 people; the sauna has one changing room. The sauna has a water heating system.
The smoke sauna offers a traditional Finnish sauna experience for about six people at a time. The sauna offers soft and gentle heat. The sauna has one changing room and a water heating system.
The sauna tent gives you the feeling of a mobile sauna used in the wilderness. Its heat offers a rare experience in the middle of the forest, while near the water. The sauna can accommodate about four people at a time.
The outdoor bath can be used for bathing in the middle of nature, enjoying the sound of the waves and the stars in the sky. The delicate beauty of the nature becomes nearly tangible.
Riekko hut (for 25 people)
The hut includes a fridge embedded in a timber-cladded island for storing refreshments. A screen, video projector, flip chart and coloured markers for the chart can be provided with the hut.
Tunnelma hut (for 25 people)
Hut sauna (for 11-13 people)
The washing water is heated in the water container attached to the side of the sauna oven, so washing takes place traditionally with a ladle and bowl. There is no shower at the sauna. The windows provide a pleasant view of the beautiful nature with birch trees while having a sauna.
From the sauna heat, it is easy to descend to the nearby covered cooling area, and the beach is quite close to the sauna.
Smoke sauna (for 6 people)
The smoke sauna offers detachment from the everyday chores, This is a place of rest for the soul that makes your spirit sing. There is no hurry in this place. There is one dressing area in the sauna facilities.
Through its smoky walls, the smoke sauna offers a voyage to the beginnings of the Finnish culture: the time when traditions associated with sauna were an integral part of everyone’s life. Sauna also combines all the basic elements, fire, water, earth and air, in a natural and traditionally Finnish way.
Fire offers the spark for the sauna oven and heats the stones and soon the whole sauna space with its flames. Water flows to the hot sauna stones when poured, forming steam that fills the sauna. Water reappears on the skin after the sauna during washing, cleaning the black marks left by the smoke sauna. The element of earth supports the foundation and walls of the sauna building. Earth also manifests itself through the sauna stones, bringing stability to the sauna space and among the people there; the strong sauna benches make it easy to breathe and relax. The element of air transports the steam to those the sitting on the benches, bringing pleasure and healing power. Air also brings creative thinking with it through the small cracks in the sauna walls, the ventilation window and the door gap. Even the greatest dreams can take flight, coming forth in a relaxed and receptive environment.
Ideas get a spark for their realisation from fire; flowing power from water; a strong ground for growth from earth; and further new and refined ideas, carried by dreams and aspirations, from air. In this way, the positive circulation of the elements becomes a part of every sauna experience, providing strength and liveliness through relaxation and the creation of new ideas. Having a sauna in a smoke sauna is a comprehensively relaxing and enlightening experience.