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Kyyhkylä Manor

Memorable holiday experiences and free-time recreation on the shores of Lake Saimaa.

The history of Kyyhkylä stretches back over many centuries, because the area was settled already during the Iron Age. The Kyyhkylä Manor itself dates back to the 1630s when Feudal Bailiff Hansa Bomgård gained ownership of the buildings in the area and continued the cavalryman tradition. Kyyhkylä became horse farm number 36, known as a rustholli, for the Upper Savonia company of the Karelian cavalry regiment. For a long time, Kyyhkylä belonged either to crown officials or soldiers.

The owners were responsible for supervising farm work and attending to the demands of social life. They did not interfere with everyday chores, because gentlemen were not supposed to engage in manual labour. Built in 1856, the current manor building has been used for a variety of purposes. In the olden days, visitors’ calls were a common custom. The building was always ready to welcome friends and acquaintances, as it is today. The traditional manor is since been fully renovated to serve as a hotel, and the new Rustholli Hotel is located nearby.

The adjoining Rehabilitation Centre offers a range of services including diverse types of sports and exercise, pampering treatments and supplementary programmes. Fabulous rooms, luxury suites, an atmospheric spa and versatile conference facilities together create a unique milieu that calms the mind and offers BETTER MOMENTS… little pieces of luxury.


  • Manor Hotel Restaurant
  • Celebrations, weddings and private functions
  • Accommodation and conference services in the Manor Hotel and the Rustholli Hotel
  • Recreation and pampering

Kyyhkylä Manor
Kyyhkyläntie 6 A
50700 Mikkeli
Tel. +358(0) 440 203 320

The Manor Hotel Restaurant is open by prior arrangement throughout the year. The Manor Hotel in the new building is open daily.
Reception: Mon–Sat 8 am – 10 pm, Sun 8 am – 8 pm.
Sales: Mon–Fri 8 am – 4 pm.