Enjoy typical Nordic lakeside accomodation in Hossa National Park.
Fully equipped, our traditional Finnish cottages (or Mokki) are cozy and fonctional. Perfect for an authentic holiday in the heart of Hossa.
Comfortable wooden accommodation.
Each classic cottage has a single room with a living/dining area with a sofa-bed and a small kitchen, 2 twin beds, a private bathroom and toilets plus your own private sauna, and a balcony with views over the lake.
Kettle and kitchen utensils
Bedsheet : 8€/pers/stay
Cleaning : 35€ / stay
*No wifi in the Ecolodges or cottages
* Dogs welcome
1 to 4 pers.
2 single beds
1 sofa-bed (2 children max)
Private bathroom with toilets
from 65€ / night
*75€/night from 04/07 to 16/08
THE ROLE OF THE MöKKI IN FINNISH CULTURE
A mökki is more than just a simple second home. These rustic, country houses, made of wood, are an integral part of Finnish culture. Mökkit are generally found in the middle of the forest near a water source, lake or sea, and sometimes on islands. The main purpose for a stay in a Mökki is simple : disconnection.
Often, the mökkit have electricity but no running water. They do not always have showers and often have dry toilets outside. Hence the importance of the sauna.
Mökit always come with a sauna, like almost every accommodation in Finland.
Wooden or electric, a sauna will enable you not only to relax but also to wash yourself. Traditionally, Finnish people enjoy going from sauna to lake then lake to sauna, repeating the operation several times.