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Versatile facilities

The large party space can hold up to 400 people at once.


Tavern for smaller events. In addition, a gym, a large sports hall and a conference room. Beach sauna with sandy beach and barbecue area.


A football and volleyball court in the yard. 18 stylish double rooms (extra beds possible). The rooms include bed linen, towels and cleaning.


The rooms exude the building's long and colorful history. The laundry and toilets have been renovated.


Many rooms of different sizes and some with really beautiful lake views. Possibility of extra beds for families. Sauna facilities on the beach, where the men's and women's side can be rented separately. A peaceful yard close to nature with opportunities for hobbies.


The banquet facilities are really spacious and look great with their large windows overlooking the lake. Holds up to 400 people at a time. We recommend the premises especially for organizing weddings.


An atmospheric old building, a beautiful courtyard area and the house's own wedding suite create a perfect whole to celebrate your memorable day.


Downstairs there is an atmospheric tavern, which is well suited for organizing smaller parties. You can also combine the evening with a beach sauna, which you can access through the yard along a beautiful birch alley. In connection with the beach sauna, there is also a large terrace with a deck. Perfect, for example, for corporate recreational use.

Food service and cultural experiences

The catering service offers high-quality meal packages and the preparation takes place in the facilities' own large-scale kitchen. Local ingredients and also the possibility of game dishes.


You can also ask about cultural experiences as a side dish to your party. The house staff has several contacts with local music professionals who are ready to sweeten your evening. 

The history of Wallila:
An Art Nouveau gem in the middle of Finland

Wallila is full of history. Its main building was designed by architect Yrjö Blomstedt in 1912 for the use of Central Finland College. As a study building, the building was later used by the Humanist University of Applied Sciences and the Koskela settlement. Both general education and vocational training have been implemented in the premises. Over the years, it has also provided a framework for continuing professional education.


In its architecture, Wallila represents Art Nouveau. It is Finland's largest Art Nouveau wooden building.

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