Accommodation

At Verla, guests can stay in former millworkers’ houses, in a late 19th-century environment. Accommodation is also available in the traditional log-driving hut, in newer wooden cottages or in the trees under the stars.

Accommodation

At Verla, guests can stay in former millworkers’ houses, in a late 19th-century environment. Accommodation is also available in the traditional log-driving hut, in newer wooden cottages or in the trees under the stars.

Valkeala Bostad Cottages

The end of the 19th century comes alive in the renovated wooden Valkeala Bostad cottages. All four cottages are equipped for self-catering. The size of the cottages varies: the smallest is suitable for 2 people, while the larger cottages can accommodate 4–6 people. 

The Raili-Kaarina cottages

The wooden Raili-Kaarina cottages are located about half a kilometre from the Mill Museum on the shore of Vähä-Kamponen Lake, downstream of the Verlakoski rapids. These nostalgic cottages, built in the 1960s, feature large windows, a living room with fireplace, a kitchenette, two sleeping alcoves and a bathroom. There are four cottages, each accommodating 4–6 people.

The Hirsniemi cabins

The four Hirsniemi cabins are located about half a kilometre from the Mill Museum, on a peaceful peninsula. The cabins, which are built from round logs, have been freshly remodelled. The cabins measure 25 square metres and can sleep 3–4 people. The cabins are named after the animals of the Hirsniemi peninsula – Otter, Squirrel, Badger and Hare – and guests will enjoy a sandy lake beach in the midst of true forest life. 

Sleep in the trees

In Verla you can spend a night or more in your own sleeping bag in a tent that hangs between two trees like a hammock. It’s an opportunity to get away from everyday life and be in touch with nature in the beautiful Finnish landscape. Sleeping in the trees is a unique and environmentally friendly experience intended for couples and families.

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