Majatalo Torppa is a guesthouse that offers home-like accommodation in peaceful pastoral surroundings. There are two lodging rooms upstairs that are ideal for families or small groups. One of the rooms, the spacious green room, is intended for four people with the option of adding two extra beds. The blue-coloured three person room can be fitted with three single beds or a double bed and one single bed. If needed, the sofa in the room can be opened into an extra bed. The room has a television and a fireplace. The two upstairs bedrooms share a WC and shower room.
Lodgers have access to the fully-equipped kitchen downstairs. There is enough cutlery for twenty people. The kitchen also has everything you might need for cooking. A dishwasher, refrigerator, coffee maker, water kettle and toaster are there for everyone to use. A terrific wood-burning stove from renowned stove maker Porin Matti forms the heart of kitchen. The kitchen is joined by a breakfast room with timber walls and two dining tables.
The foyer is a place for spending leisure time by playing games, reading a good book or watching TV.
A sauna with an electric stove, two showers and a dressing room are also situated downstairs. Lodgers may also use the washing machine, but this must reserved separately. There is also another WC downstairs.
In front of the house there is a large terrace that sees a lot of use in the summer. It makes for a nice place to enjoy one’s breakfast and listen to the birds. Torppa’s BBQ terraces, one with a charcoal grill and another with an Indian Kadai fire bowl, are ideal for cooking in nature. The BBQ hut that sits on the yard can also be reserved separately.
Majatalo Torppa’s charm is born of the warm, home-like atmosphere and the quiet experiences of pristine nature. Torppa may also be reserved for celebrations and meetings. The guesthouse has served as the seat of many meetings and celebrated many birthdays, stag nights, graduations and other special occasions. The interior of the guesthouse is ideal for parties with a maximum of 20 people.
In the summertime, three chickens call the yard of the Torppa their home. The chickens, Kieku, Kaiku and Raiku, welcome lodgers to Kotka.