Hotel Krapi

Hotel Krapi

Address: Rantatie 2, Tuusula

Telephone: +358 9 274 841

Email: myynti(at)krapi.fi

Website: www.krapi.fi

 

A peaceful hotel in an old brick barn - Hotel Krapi is nestled right next to a golf course in the middle of the Krapi park, surrounded by restaurants, a beer garden, and traditional granaries. The mood in this hotel, built within the sturdy walls of an old brick barn, is calm and down-to-earth.

The hotel has two Superior rooms, four Comfort rooms and 20 standard rooms - and they all have just been decorated in 2017. In addition to the rooms, the hotel provides conference facilities, a sauna, and a lobby bar. Free Wi-Fi is available everywhere on the premises. 

Sumptuous Finnish buffet breakfast is always included in the room prices. Krapi's own smoked ham, organic bread baked in the premisis, barley porrage slowly cooked overnight and many more delicious breakfast items are always provided. 

In 2017, Hotel Krapi celebrates 30th anniversary and Finland 100 years cenetary. In the hotel rooms you will find Finland themed minibars as well as guest books, where you can read stories from Finland - and share your own story!   

 

Krapi - delicious story in true Finnish setting

The delicious Krapi story lives in its kitchen. It is made of the yearly seasonal cycle, pure Finnish ingredients and of the history of the house. In addition to the hotel, the yards and garden include Restaurant Krapihovi, a smokery, granaries, a wine cellar, Summer Restaurant Mankeli with summer beer garden, and a summer theatre. Also next to Krapi by the golf course is golf clubhouse. On the banks of Lake Tuusula, at the end of a road winding through the golf course, the old smoke sauna is heating up.

Krapi is a true Finnish setting... homemade food that has been prepared with dedication and care and spiced with the rich history and living culture of the area.

 

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Tuusulanjärven Matkailu ry

info@visittuusulanjarvi.fi

tel. +358 44 231 0856

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