Artturi is our highest quality room. It is named after the Nobelist himself. Additional comforts in the room include a comfortable armchair, a view from the large window to the manor’s garden and a particularly spacious bathroom. The room also has a television.
Double bed or two single beds
Extra bed available
We will send arrival instructions the day before your arrival, please read them carefully.
History: The room is named after Artturi Ilmari Virtanen (1895-1973). Artturi is a Finnish chemist. He received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1945, as the developer of A.I.V feed. Artturi was the director of the Valio biochemical laboratory and had a long career at Valio. He bought Skräddarby manor as an experimental farm in 1933 and named it Joensuun Tila. In the main building, he received and hosted his guests and settled in after retiring.
Price includes accommodation only. Breakfast can be booked here.