Apartment for rent from € 245/day in HameenlinnaName/Address: Vanajanlinna villas 115, breakfast is in
Interior105 km north of Helsinki, Lake Katumajärvi 500 m,a child-friendly beach 500 m, the Vanajanlinna Villas are situated in the grounds of a historic hunting castle. This high-quality semi-detached cottage was built in 2010 and it has an open-plan kitchen/living room, 2 twin bedrooms, washing room, dressing room, sauna (electric stove) and WC. In addition, a second separate wash room, also with WC. A beautiful view over the castle grounds, the lake and the golf course opens from the terrace. Breakfast at the Vanajanlinna restaurant is included in the price. Weekend reservations end at 12 noon on Sunday. Located on the shores of Lake Katumajärvi, Vanajanlinna is one of Finland's most sought-after conference, celebration and recreational venues. The castle milieu with its gardens, beautiful lake scenery and golf course provide a wealth of opportunities for quality recreation. The castle grounds also include a gym for residents, a bathing beach and plenty of terrain ideally suited for outdoor exercise. Travel cot can be rented from reception (15 e/booking), high chair on request (free of charge); there are limited number of high chairs and travel cots available. The Vanajanlinna restaurant world offers a selection of top-notch menus created by Chef de Cuisine, well-known Finnish TV chef Mika Jokela. The castle's seasonally changing á la carte menu includes Scandinavian treats with French and Italian highlights. The Vanajanlinna Golf & Country Club's restaurant provides a different kind of experience. This course is every golfer's dream. It is included in the PGA European Tour Courses network, indicating that the course meets the most demanding international norms and, like its network sisters, is considered one of the finest of our continent. Vanajanlinna is 10 km from the centre of Hämeenlinna, which is home to a number of attractions like the medieval Häme Castle, the birth home of Jean Sibelius, the Prison Museum, a late-18th century church and the interesting Art Museum. The traditional Aulanko area with its lookout tower is one of the key attractions of Hämeenlinna. The cultural offerings of Hämeenlinna are concentrated in the Verkatehdas Arts and Congress Centre, which, together with Hämeenlinna Theatre, provides lots of things to do for concert-goers and friends of the theatre. By far the most popular family attraction of the region is children's amusement park Puuhamaa, which is about a 30-minute drive away from Vanajanlinna.