Our guest house originates from the early 19th century and has 3 bedrooms, a wash room (laundry/toilet/bathroom) and living room with satellite TV and an open fire place. The original maid’s quarters, overlooking the Torne River, can still be found upstairs. Downstairs the family used to gather in the room called “pirtti” in Finnish, to eat, make craft and hang up the harnesses to dry.
Today this room retains its traditional style designed around the massive central oven and stove, and guests can gather here in the evenings just as the original family might have done. The guest house has been carefully renovated to restore its old charm.