Manors in Loviisa
The Dutch new renaissance inspired manor house was built in the 1880’s but the history of the estate dates back to the early 17th century. Since then the estate has been owned by the Creutz family of counts. Today Malmgård specializes in organic farming, tourism and brewing beer.
Malmgård is a private residence. Guided tours are organized for groups and individual visitors in the manor house and on the manor grounds. Booking in advance is mandatory.
A guided tour for individual visitors will be arranged during the summer. The program consists of a tour in the manor house (duration approx. 1 h) and/or a visit in the brewery (duration approx. 30 min.). After that it is possible to explore the organically farmed products in the estate shop.
For timetables, prices and booking call +358 (0)40 168 5271.
The estate shop
Organic wheat, rye, barley, oats and spelt is sold in different forms, along with jams made out of berries from the manor gardens and Malmgård Dinkel beer brewed at Malmgård brewery. Adress: Malmgård 53 (next to the brewery).
The manor café
Malmgård café is located in the heart of the old estate atmosphere.
Brewery visits and beer tasting.
Labby Manor was built as a seat farm in the 17th century in an area with several manors, such as Idlax, Edesby and Rönnäs, dating from the Middle Ages. The manor house of today was moved to Labby in the 1860’s from Suomenlinna. There the house had been the apartment for captain von Schantz. Until the middle of the 20th century Labby had its own dairy. Today Labby is a diverse organic farm with a farm shop and greenhouses. On guided manor tours you will learn about the manors history, the buildings and about organic farming. You can buy organic products like herbs and grain from the internet shop. Accommodation and food is available in Rönnäs.
The Rutumi manor house was built 1794 and it is surrounded by the atmosphere of the olden days. In its rooms you can listen to the manor hostess Laura Gylling (born Wallgren) talk about the joy, worries and happiness of manor life in the 1850’s.
The newly renovated conference barn has opened its doors to conferences and visitors in the winter of 2006. The conference barn is situated in the manor’s courtyard. It has modern equipment and can fit up to 50 persons at once. www.rutuminkartano.fi