Bon Appetite since 1792.

Restaurant is open throughout the year for groups pre-ordered and on finnish holidays and special days, for example the first of May, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and other theme days.

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Summer Lunchis served from Monday to Friday at 11 am to 2 pm from June to August.

Christmas Lunch is served Monday to Friday at 11 am to 2 pm from Novemer to December

Please make a reservation before arrival. Here is a link to TableOnline reservations. You can also reserve the table by e-mail kartano@koivumaenkartano.com or
call us +358 17 361 4291

Please notice the rules on Covid-19 and don't come visit us if you are sick or you have any symptoms of Covid-19. We do our best to take care of our customers' health and safety.

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YOU CAN ALSO BUY OUR TAKE AWAY MEALS AND OTHER PRODUCTS FROM THE ONLINE STORE

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Koivumäen Kartano

Visiting hours 2022

Restaurant is open throughout the year for groups on demand and on finnish holidays and special days for example first of May, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and other theme days. 
 
Christmas lunch is served from November 21st to December 24th Mon - Fri at 11am to 2pm. We recommed to make a table reservation.

Our Coffee shop and boutique is open in the summer time from June to August and in the Christmas time from November to December. Check the official dates. 

Welcome to enjoy!



 

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Koivumäen Kartano

Part of history

The Manor's history starts from the 18th century when there was a general parcelling of the land.
 
 A 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 just before.
 
In 1907 Ranin’s daughter Alma Biese decided to build the main building for her own family. The modern Art noveau styled building was designed by architect Waldemar Aspelin. We still have all of the 18 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 & Piispanen in Kuopio.  

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