Bon Appetite since 1792.

Dear customers.

Koivumäki Manor restaurant is closed until 31th of May because of COVID-19. We want to take our social responsibility in this COVID-19 epidemic. Finnish Government has given instruction to not hold meeting or dinners in restaurants until 31th of May. We are currently investing in potential new functions of our time and are looking for alternative ways to serve our customers individually, take away meals and home deliveries during this time. For more information and contacts, Harri Ruutiainen CEO of Koivumäen Kartano Oy harri.ruutiainen (at)


Koivumäen Kartano

Visiting hours 2020

Restaurant is opening during the year for group by an appointment and on Finns holidays and special days example first of May, Mother’s Day 2nd Sunday of May, Father’s Day 2nd Sunday of November and Christmas Lunch from end of november to 23th of December.
Summer lunch is served from 15th of June to 7th of August. Mon - Fri at 11am to 2pm. We recomending to make a table reservations.

Coffee shop is open  at summer time from 15th of June to 7th of August. Mon - Fri at 10am to 4pm.

Welcome to enjoy!

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Koivumäen Kartano

Part of history

Manor history starts from the 1700 century when was a general parcelling of the land.
Businessman Gustaf Emmanuel Ranin bought the manor on a compulsory auction in 1869. Ranin moved to Koivumäki manor with his five children. Ranin’s wife Floora Katariina had died before.
At 1907 Ranin’s daughter Alma Biese decided to build this main building for her own family. The modern Art noveau styled building was designed by architect Waldemar Aspelin. We still have all 18 the original tiled stoves, one in each room.
The manor is still owned by Ranin’s family. Kirsti Dunkel is now the fifth lady of the house. Ranin’s family owns as well an old liquor distillery called Lignell and Piispanen in Kuopio.  

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