Our hotel has 20 rooms and over 40 beds. Nine of the rooms are situated on the ground floor, 11 rooms on the first floor. The hotel has no elevator. From our seaside rooms there is a lovely view of the Pojo bay. Our rooms are clean and cosy and the price includes breakfast. We also have a sauna that our hotel guests may use free of charge.

Opening hours and check-in

The reception is open during the summer months every day from 7 am to 9 pm. From September to the end of April, the reception is open Monday to Saturday from 7 am to 8 pm and on Sundays from 7 am to noon and 4.30 pm to 8 pm.

Check-in is between 3 pm and 6 pm. If you arrive later than 6 pm, we kindly ask you to let us know before hand either by telephone or e-mail. If you know that you will be arriving outside the opening hours, please be in touch with the reception in advance and we will let you know how to proceed.

Parking

The hotel has a big parking lot where our guests can park for free. There is plenty of room for bigger vehicles and buses as well. During the winter, our guests can, free of charge, plug in their car heater in the morning.

Breakfast

Breakfast is served in our breakfast rooms with a view to the sea. In the summer, many guests prefer enjoying the breakfast buffet on our sunny terrace. For breakfast we serve, among other things, fresh bread from our local bakeries, baked croissants, fresh fruit and freshly made coffee or cappuccino.

Breakfast is served weekdays from 6.30 am to 9 am and during the week-end from 8 am to 10 am.

Pets

Pets are welcome at out hotel and we have a few rooms where pets are allowed. Make sure you mention your pet when making the reservation. We charge 10 euros/pet/night. Pets are not allowed in the breakfast room but during the summer they may accompany their owners on the terrace. Cats and dogs should be kept on a leash and we ask you to respect the guests that are allergic to or afraid of animals.

The hotel has a pet of its own, a Swedish-Danish farmdog, which is a small, energetic and friendly dog that loves to, once in a while, greet the guests.