Food and lodging
Thought to be the oldest inn in Finland to have been in continuous use, the Fiskars Wärdshus has for many years built its reputation and traditions by providing excellent food in a comfortable environment with friendly service and atmosphere. The menu changes with the seasons and always offers some memorable culinary experiences. The original inn was built in 1836, and added to in 2003 when a new hotel was built with respect for traditional methods and using local building skills. The lovely rooms are well equipped to a high standard.
Seats in the hall: 60; on the terrace: 50
Hotel rooms: 15 double rooms
Sauna and fireplace room: groups of up to 10
The Kuparipaja restaurant is in a former copper smithy beside the Fiskars River. Downstairs is a café-cum-restaurant, while the hall upstairs seats larger groups for lunch or dinner. Overlooking the river rapids while eating on the terrace of Kuparipaja is an added treat for summer visitors. The interior of the restaurant is modern, the menu contemporary and varied but always respectful of tradition.
Upstairs: restaurant hall: 90; cabinet room: 50
Downstairs: café/restaurant: 60
Summer terrace beside the rapids: 80