Wanhakulma offers cosy accommodation in the Old Raahe area near the seashore. The town centre and the services are only a short walk away. The rooms at Wanhakulma are a comfortable and affordable alternative to hotel rooms and open around the year.
The house was built by shopkeeper Mikael Henrikinpoika Montin (6 February 1765–11 March 1843). The exact construction date is not known.
Affordable accommodation even for a large group
The rooms are 1–2-person rooms. The larger 2-person rooms have the option for an extra bed. There are 17 rooms, so accommodating a larger group is also possible.
The rooms are tidy and have basic furniture including a refrigerator in each room. Some rooms also have a TV.
There are two kitchens in shared use, including a stove, a microwave oven, an electric kettle, a coffee machine, kitchenware and dishes.
In connection with one kitchen, there is a living room including a TV and toys and books for children. Three shower rooms/toilets and the opportunity to wash laundry.
Enjoy the peaceful old town on a large sheltered inner courtyard with garden furniture.