In the footsteps of Marshal Mannerheim
Kekkola Manor is situated at the end of an idyllic birch lane, at a scenic headland only ten minutes ride from the city of Mikkeli. The manor, built in 1920, has witnessed many important events in the history of Finland. During the so called continuation war during World War II, Kekkola served as decentralized military headquarters headed by artillery general Nenonen, to whom marshal Mannerheim paid a number of visits.
Today Kekkola prospers once again, offering its beautiful premises for parties, courses, soirÃ©es and horseback riding all year round. Accomodations can be arranged for up to 40 guests in customized rooms, all decorated in the style of the eventful history of the manor. A number of the rooms have their own WC and shower.