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Important information about your booking


Restaurant Linnankrouvi - Confirm your place in the restaurant by making a table reservation in advance!


The space in the Restaurant is limited. When the restaurant is fully booked, we cannot serve customers without a table reservation. Opening hours vary according to season.

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Please note that Linnankrouvi is the only Restaurant in the area, nearest Restaurants are in Karis or Lojo, about 15 - 20 kilometers from Svartå.

Please inform us about any possible special diets in advance. We charge 15 € / person for special diets announced on site.



The reception is located in the same building as the restaurant, close to the river.

The hotel rooms are located in Edelfelt, Big Cottage, Small Cottage, Shingle House and Merlin's Tower. There are no rooms in the Manor House. There are no elevators in the buildings, and therefore it is important that you inform us in advance if you have reduced mobility, so we can find you a suitable room.



Check in from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Check out by 11.30 a.m. Please inform us, if you arrive outside the check-in time. The reception is closed during night time.



You can order drinks to your room in advance from our wine list.

When ordered in advance, free service, on site, the service fee is 25 €.

More information about Bon Vivant experience and upgrades here->



Mustio Manor is a private museum with a fascinating history. The museum can only be visited with our guide during the guided tours.

More information about the museum->



The hotel is surrounded by big, English style park. The park is a welcome retreat for the soul with its winding paths, romantic bridges, statues, follies, and a water lily path.

More information about the park->



There are 3 saunas on the area which can be booked for private use.

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Magnus Linder bought back his childhood home and started the business in 1985. Mustio Manor is owned by the Linder family. The manor house has been run by a foundation since Magnus Linder's death, and is under the supervision of the Finnish National Board of Antiquities.

The owners do not take out any profit from the business but preserve the historically important area for the public and the coming generations according to Magnus Linder's wishes. Any profit is used to maintain, restore, and develop the area and buildings.

Thus, we want to thank all our guests! By visiting Mustio Manor and using our services you contribute to helping us preserve this important historical cultural heritage for coming generations.