This farm situated in the heritage landscapes of Häme has been in the hands of the same family since at least 1625. The current farm buildings date back to the 18th and 19th centuries and the year 1934. The farm grows cereal crops and has indigenous Finnish sheep, and also sells organic cereal products. Meadows, forest meadows and grazed fields are valuable traditional biotopes, and an environmental agritourism survey has been conducted for the farm. Ylä-Tuuhonen farm is also member of a network of farms presenting traditional biotopes to visitors.
Accommodation is available in a traditional log guest house with three bedrooms, and in traditional buildings around the year. Close by is a sauna with wood-burning stove; in summertime there is also a lakeside sauna. Breakfast consists of homemade organic bread and porridge, among other things. Also other meals and picnics can be provided.
For guests interested in handicrafts, weaving on a loom can be arranged. Canoes and bikes are for hire on the farm, amd there are cycling routes and ski tracks in the vicinity. Huhkainvuori Hill, Tarjannevesi Lake and Alhonjärvi Lake are rich in birdlife and close by the farm. The distance to Helvetinjärvi National Park and Helvetinkolu natural monument is 20 km. Also guided tours. Other attractions are Salussärkkä Ridge, Elämänmäki nature reserve in Vilppula, the marsh reserve of Siikaneva and the wilderness atelier of the famous 19th-century painter Gallen-Kallela.
Bicycles for rent
Wellness activities (massage, etc.)
Facilities and activities in the surroundings (< 15 km)
Special target groups
Pets allowed if agreed upon
A full-time farm
Organic or biodynamic farmArable farming, Forestry