Rent a cottage in Finland
Rent a cottage in Finland.
Finland is the ultimate holiday destination for nature lovers and those seeking tranquility.
The extensive and untouched nature gives you a great feeling of complete peace, space and silence, with clean water and clean air. The water in the lake is so pure that it is drinkable.
Cottage Metsäranta in Savonranta guarantees you this 100%. Read our reviews and the enthusiastic reactions of our guests here.
Cottage Metsäranta is a private cottage (with a hospitable Dutch owner) and located directly on Lake Vääräjärvi, in the middle of nowhere, 7 km. away from Savonranta (municipality of Savonlinna) in Eastern Finland in the province of Etelä-Savo (Southern Savonia).
There is no mass tourism here, but a place to completely unwind in a fully furnished house, suitable for 4 (6 *) persons.
You can reserve and book our house online.
View our facilities and photos here.
You are welcome!
Uncertain about Corona measures? If you are forced to cancel your booking, we will either give you a voucher or immediately refund the booking amount. Guaranteed!
(*) The cottage is basically equipped for 4 people, but there are 6 sleeping places, e.g. for 2 additional children.
Savonranta is a former municipality in Finland. It became part of Savonlinna in 2009. It is located in the province of Eastern Finland (Etelä-Savo) and is part of the southern part of Savonia. The municipality had a population of 1,263 (2003) with an area of 568.59 km², of which 182.55 km² is water. The population density was 3.3 inhabitants per km². The municipality is monolingual Finnish.
The southern province of Savonia (Etelä-Savo)
Etelä-Savo is the Finnish province in Eastern Finland. The center of the province is Mikkeli and the other cities are Pieksämäki and Savonlinna. Southern Savonia is the Lakes province of Finland. The largest lake in the province is Lake Saimaa and its highest point is Kangasniemi Paukkulanmäki, which reaches 225 meters above sea level.
Southern Savo is surrounded by the following provinces: Central Finland and Päijät-Häme in the west, Northern Savonia in the north, Northern Karelia in the east and Kymenlaakso and South Karelia in the south.
The number of municipalities in South Savo has been declining in recent years. Compared to the country as a whole, South Savo has on average more 64-year-olds and older, on average fewer 15-year-olds and on average more less educated. The exodus in the province is caused because many young people are moving south (Helsinki and surroundings).