Modern and scandinavian Kissankello cottage


Big and cozy, 88 square metre five star cottage with large terraces. Floor heating and air conditioning. Max 7 persons.

 

Prices include free WIFI!

 

Kissankello is our newest cottage with scandinavian style. It has fully equipped kitchen, cozy living room with 3 sofa beds, master bedroom with double bed and bedroom with 2 single beds + baby bed, dressing room, sauna, bathroom and toilet. Kissankello has a premium hot tub with always warm water and 57 massaging nozzles. The hot tub is included in the price so hop in and try it yourself!  

 

Kitchen includes all the comforts of modern household including electric and conventional stove, fridge, microwave, coffee maker and electric kettle, toaster and full cooking ware and tableware.  

 

Living room has fully functional fireplace and flat screen TV and DVD-player for entertainment and big sofa + comfortable armchair.  

 

Clothing care is important part in traveler’s life so our cottages include washing machine, drying cabinet, iron and ironing board.

 

For children Kissankello has toys, playhouse, swings, jungle gym with kid’s slide, board games and outdoor games.

For one baby Kissankello has a cage bed + quilt + pillow + high feeding chair + potty.


 

 

Outdoor activities is probably why staying at Leivonmäki national park is your choice. National park’s activities are at your use but also we offer for Kissankello’s customers  Weber gas grill with 3 burners, terrace and summer kitchen, that’s completely revised in the autumn 2016.   In summer time we offer fishing rods, 2 water running belts, darts board, 2 set of Nordic walking poles and a bicycle. In winter time feel free to use our 2 pairs of snowshoes, bobsleigh or toboggan  

 

Our cottage Kissankello is located only 200 metres from beach that is excellent for swimming and has Kissankello’s rowing boat (no rental) with life vests.  

 

Also, ask bicycles from our farm!

 

Our lamb farm is nearby so ask for our lamb products or visit the sheep with children!

 

More pictures on our Finnish site.