The Marttinen Old Vicarage is nowadays a popular venue for festivities, and its peaceful environment and pleasant facilities can be used for organising family or company celebrations. The Old Vicarage was renovated in 2010, and its furniture and AV equipment were renewed during the renovations.
The Marttinen Old Vicarage can house events for up to 150 people. The building’s largest room is the Tarjanne Hall which can be furnished to seat up to 90 people. The Tarjanne Hall is equipped with a grand piano. In addition, smaller halls are available.
The personnel at Marttinen Youth Centre will gladly help you plan your event and offer you their experience in event planning. Our customer service personnel are present Mon–Fri from 9am to 4pm. You can also book a time to plan your event. This allows our head chef to take part in planning the event right from the start.
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A birthday party in Marttinen’s culturally historic and idyllic environment is one to remember. The Old Vicarage’s (1892) beautiful and pleasant halls provide the celebration with a peaceful atmosphere. Our kitchen staff handle the catering with care, and our personnel will help in planning the event right from the start.
Väen pöytä / Servants’ menu
Pehtoorin pöytä / Steward’s menu
Ruustinnan pöytä / Dean’s Wife’s menu
Organic and local food menu
You can order additional services for your celebration through Marttinen; including services ranging from performers to photographers. Read more here. Physical activities, an obstacle course for children or a trip to the Virrat Heritage Village are also excellent activities to be included in your celebration.
Guests are housed in two-person rooms in our log cabin apartments. The apartments have 3–4 bedrooms, a shared lounge and a sauna. The log cabin apartments can house a total of 86 people. If required, our two-, four- and six-person hotel rooms can be used to house more people.
Breakfast is available in the main building of the Marttinen Youth Centre.
Marttinen is one of the nine centres supported by the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture.
Read more on the websites of Finnish Youth Centres Association