Svartå Manor, located in Raseborg is one of the most valuable cultural heritage sites in Finland. The first ironworks in the country was founded in Svartå, on the premises of Svartå Manor. The historical Manor is among the most beautiful sights in Western Uusimaa.
The manor house, built in the 18th century is today a museum. You can only enter together with a guide. Entrance fee from €8.00, includes the guided tour in the Manor.
In addition to the museum, Svartå Manor offers hotel accommodation, restaurant services and conference facilities. A variety of events are being arranged, like concerts and various theme evenings. The Svartå Manor summer theatre offers performances in Finnish.
The pride of Svartå Manor is our restaurant. The restaurant serves Scandinavian modern local food.
Our priorities are local producers and ingredients of the finest quality. Our restaurant has been awarded by the Nordic restaurant guide, White Guide Nordic, being the best countryside restaurant in Finland.
Our unique conference facilities can be adapted for meetings as well as for private functions. Svartå Manor is especially popular for weddings and our venues as well as the beautiful surroundings are well suited for this purpose. The Svartå church is also located within the premises of the former ironworks.
The hotel rooms are situated next to the museum, in the white annex called Edelfelt and in the picturesque red wooden houses in the park. We have a total of 39 rooms, varying in size.
Room rates from €95.00 (standard single room) to €230.00 (Merlin suite). Breakfast buffet is included in the room rate.
In the sauna buildings by the shore of the Svartå River our guests can enjoy sauna baths and refreshments.
The biggest privately owned park is definitely worth a visit. The amazing park offers many possibilities to arrange activities for both corporate events as well as for private functions.
We also recommend a walk along the floating water lily path. But please walk carefully so you don’t fall into the water, when admiring the collection of water lilies, which is the pride of Mr. Magnus Linder, the present owner of Svartå Manor.