The Noormarkku Ironworks has hotel rooms in five different guest houses. All guesthouses can be booked either entirely for private use or by rooms. There are 31 rooms in total. All of the guest houses are a short walk away from the ironworks’ restaurant and cultural services.
Cosy rooms in Sahala, Kumpula, Kultala and Kymppi.
Located on the banks of the Noormarkunjoki River, Sahala has 12 hotel rooms and 23 beds. All of the rooms have private bathrooms. Some of the rooms have disabled access. A pet room can also be booked at Sahala. Upstairs there is a lounge, a dining room and a kitchen.
Kumpula, next to Noormarkku Club House, has four double rooms. Two rooms upstairs share a bathroom. Downstairs there is a spacious living room, a dining room and a small kitchen.
The Kultala guesthouse has four double rooms, a living room and a kitchen. Kultala also has a sauna, a laundry room and a small terrace. Kultala’s rooms do not have private bathrooms. There are shared bathrooms upstairs and downstairs. Kultala is an excellent choice for group accommodation. There are altogether eight beds.
The Kymppi guesthouse is suitable for four people, with two double bedrooms on two floors, a bathroom, a living room and a kitchen. The Kymppi guesthouse is always reserved for private use.
Vainiola cherishes friends of architecture and design
Vainiola’s renovation was planned by architect Alvar Aalto in the 1940s. The rooms are furnished with Artek furniture, and there are several unique pieces of furniture in use. Bathroom textiles have been designed by textile artist Johanna Gullichsen. Vainiola has seven double rooms on two floors, one triple room and a double suite. All of the rooms have private bathrooms. Downstairs there is a spacious living room, a dining room and a small kitchen. The rooms have beautiful views of the river and the park.
The Liiteri suite
The Liiteri suite is located in Vainiola’s courtyard, and its has its own sauna.
The downstairs area of the Liiteri suite has a kitchen and a living area as well as a private sauna. Liiteri is decorated with respect for Finnish design. Bathroom textiles have been designed by textile artist Johanna Gullichsen.
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