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Urkin Piilopirtti

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Sasintie 400, Nokia 39150 Finland
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#1 of 2 B&Bs / Inns in Nokia

Finding an ideal small hotel in Nokia does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Urkin Piilopirtti, a nice option for travellers like you.

Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Urkin Piilopirtti offer air conditioning and a desk.

Guests of Urkin Piilopirtti are also welcome to enjoy a sauna, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.

If you’re looking for something to do, Up and Under - Land Art (1.0 mi) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of Urkin Piilopirtti.

Urkin Piilopirtti looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Nokia.

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Sasintie 400, Nokia 39150 Finland
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Helsinki-Vantaa Airport163 kmSee all flights
Tampere-Pirkkala Airport21 kmSee all flights
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Sumavi wrote a review Sep 2020
Finland11 contributions1 helpful vote
Urkin piilopirtti ekaa kertaa mukana lähiruokasafarissa. Haluttiin vain käydä katsomassa, minkälainen UKK:n vanha saunamiljöö on. Paikalle ei ollut mitään opasteita, ja perille löydettyämme ensivaikutelma oli epämääräinen ja epäsiisti, piha täynnä roskaa ja rojua, ja rakennukset näyttivät kuin joltain vanhalta hylätyltä leirikoululta. Kävelimme rantaan katsomaan saunaa ja laituria, ja totesimme, että paikassa ei ole tarvetta viettää enempää aikaa, ja lähdimme kävelemään takaisin parkkipaikalle, kun sisältä ravintolasta juoksi mies kertomaan meille, että piha on taidenäyttelyaluetta, ja että meidän pitäisi maksaa 8€ pääsymaksu per henkilö. Kerroimme, että halusimme vain nähdä Kekkosen saunan, ja olimme jo lähdössä, mutta hän vaati meitä maksamaan, eikä hän suostunut ymmärtämään, että emme tienneet mistään näyttelystä. Hän halusi esitellä näyttelyä myös ravintolan tiloissa, ja jankkasi pääsymaksusta, joten menimme sisälle maksamaan. Mies esitteli taideteoksia ilman minkäänlaista turvaväliä meihin (korona-aika!?!?!), ja hänen kertomuksensa olivat sekavia, yli-innokkaita, härskejä, sovinistisia ja sisälsivät täysin tarpeetonta itsekorostusta hänen omasta erinomaisuudestaan. Lähtiessämme ulos, mies huomasi seuraavat "laittomat" näyttelyvieraat pihapiirissä, ja alkoi kuulustelemaan heidän liikkeistään, ja vaati maksamaan pääsymaksun. Tilanne tuntui ahdistavalta, koska mies käyttäytyi epäystävällisesti, ja varmasti karkottaen kaikki vähäiset kävijät paikalta. Koko homma tuntui ihan suunnitellulta turistikusetukselta, että missään ei ole ilmoitettu selkeästi, että edes PIHAPIIRISSÄ ei saa käydä pyörähtämässä ilman, että maksaa törkeästi ylihinnoitellun pääsymaksun. Mies jahtasi ihmisiä pääsymaksuja vaatien, luoden erittäin ahdistavan ilmapiirin. Kun pääsimme hänestä eroon, olimme erittäin helpottuneita. Suorastaan v*tutti koko homma, ihan kuin meidät olisi ryöstetty, ja jouduimme epämiellyttävään tilanteeseen tahtomattamme edes mennä koko näyttelyyn. Joten, jos ette halua maksaa 8 euroa epäsiistin pihapiirin näkemisestä, ÄLKÄÄ MENKÖ OLLENKAAN! Jos yritys haluaisi toimia rehellisesti, kannattaisi heidän laittaa selkeät kyltit jokapaikkaan, että HUOM! PIHASSA LIIKKUMINEN MAKSULLISTA! Eikä jahdata viattomia vierailijoita maksua vaatien. Tällainen ei ole asiallista eikä ystävällistä asiakaspalvelua. Muutenkin kyseisen miehen kannattaisi vähän rauhoittua, ja muistaa asiallinen käytös asiakkaiden läsnäollessa.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Jarkko J wrote a review Nov 2019
Oulu, Finland5 contributions
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In the first room bed linens weren't changed. I called the person who checked us in. He said he is very sorry, but can not help us with the bed linen, he has already gone off for his own "things". What?!? I called the owner (who was on vacation out of country). He arranged us a new room. First thing we had to do in the second room was sweeping the floors: at least 50 dead flies, bread crums, all kinds of dirt. Next two mornings there were flies flying in the room, had to kill ~10 both morning. In November in Finland? They grow somewhere in the room... Expectations were not high, but this place was really a lot below of them :{
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Date of stay: November 2019
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Anne Grethe wrote a review Jun 2019
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Jeg var eneste gjest på et hotell langt vekk fra folk. Staben reiste hjem når jeg var ankommet. Frokost var en tallerken med pålegg med navnet mitt på ... og oppskåret brød som ble satt frem på kvelden. Ikke mulig å betale på stedet, ikke mulig å kjøpe hverken mat eller drikke. Litt slitsomt å ikke få vite det før man kommer - etter å ha kjørt bil og ferge fra Norge med en hund. Og så er det første du må gjøre når du kommer frem, snu og kjøre en snau mil tilbake for å finne en åpen kiosk. Grei standard på rommet - jeg oppgraderte rommet da jeg så en annen hadde skrevet at det var svært små rom. Kom noen andre gjester etterhvert. Fin sted å ha hund på, men som sagt - sært å være helt alene.
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Date of stay: May 2019
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benmogsy wrote a review Jul 2018
Yalikavak, Turkey130 contributions93 helpful votes
Very difficult to review this place as it is so different. If you are looking for a four or five star hotel like a Scania or Raddison this is not for you but if you can look past the shortcomings of the facilities you will really enjoy it. The surrounding Finnish countryside is fantastic and the lake is wonderful. To get up in the morning and take a swim in the lake is unforgettable and just for that alone I will return next year. The hotel has many artistic features with paintings,sculptures and other pieces of interest everywhere.The hotel part itself is very tired, though clean and the rooms are extremely small apart from the family rooms. The buffet breakfast is quite basic and not replenished often, when I was there people had to ask for more juice, more coffee and water. There was no evening service not even a vending machine though you could use the kitchen to make tea or coffee. The owner and his one assistant seemed very overworked and tired, though he was a very pleasant and interesting person.He also explained that they had some very exciting plans for future development.The place is good value however especially in Finland in July! I certainly will be back and I will try to book a larger room. If you are in this area I would say it's an experience you would be sorry to miss.
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Date of stay: July 2018
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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DanielG2365SL wrote a review Jul 2017
Jerusalem, Israel24 contributions20 helpful votes
They say that if you don't like the climate in Finland, wait five minutes. The same is true of this hotel, although the "five minutes" is symbolic. You have to wait a bit more than that. I was preparing to give this hotel the worst review I have ever written, as the initial reception was gruff and unwelcoming, but you have to get to know the owner, who is an acquired taste. He is one of the most fascinating people I have ever met. He sponsors and promotes outdoor sculptures and that is his main interest. Get him to give you a tour and you'll never forget it. Once you have come to like him, you'll forgive the small rooms and lack of conventional comfort. The food is simple, but excellent, the saunas and lake swimming memorable.
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Date of stay: July 2017
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Try to get a reasonably sized room, the small ones are very small.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Urkin Piilopirtti
Which popular attractions are close to Urkin Piilopirtti?
Nearby attractions include Yrjolan Marjatila (6.6 km), Up and Under - Land Art (1.3 km), and Puuvuori (3.9 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Urkin Piilopirtti?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and meeting rooms.
Is parking available at Urkin Piilopirtti?
Yes, free parking and secured parking are available to guests.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Urkin Piilopirtti?
Yes, guests have access to a sauna during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Urkin Piilopirtti?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Urkin Piilopirtti?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, Swedish, and Finnish.
Are there any historical sites close to Urkin Piilopirtti?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Kyröskoski (15.5 km).