Kaunissaaren Maja is located near Kaunissaari harbor, in the southern part of the island. It is surrounded by the charming fishing village, with its iconic red shoreline huts. This island has been popular among holidaymakers since the 1950s and continues to be one of the most appealing destinations off the East Coast of Finland today.
At the Maja, you can savor delicious salmon soup, local specialties, and join in on lively karaoke nights. Accommodation options at the Maja include cozy cabins or luxurious apartments with private terraces offering unobstructed sea views. You can even enjoy the horizon and the gentle waves of the sea from the sauna and hot tub. The accommodation facilities are conveniently located adjacent to a spacious terrace area.
Just a stone’s throw away, you’ll find the island’s shop and Café Merituuli, renowned for its excellent pizza. These facilities are also well-suited for meetings and team-building days.
Getting to Kaunissaari is convenient – you can reach the island with a free ferry departing from Kuusinen harbor (Kuusisen satama) in the southern part of Kotkansaari Island in the town of Kotka. Check the schedules on the Finferries website to plan your journey. The island can also be reached by a water taxi by Vaakku or with Bout.
For more detailed information, please visit Kaunissaaren Maja’s official website.