Loma-Raiso is a charming all-year agritourism destination in Patolankylä, Karvia. It is situated about four kilometres from the Karvia Town Centre, right next to Kauhaneva-Pohjankangas National Park.



  • Accommodation for 18 persons
  • Catering restaurant (A-licence) for groups of 5–100 persons
  • Party and meeting facilities for up to 100 persons
  • Traditional sauna and a spring water pond

In the main building, the toilets and showers are located in the hallway close to the rooms. There are two common spaces with a TV, one on the top floor and one downstairs. Karaoke equipment are at the guests’ disposal, free of charge.



Accommodation, double room 38.00 €/person/night
Accommodation, single room 49,00 €/person/night
Accommodation in a family room, 2 adults + 2 children (4–12 years, children under 4 years stay for free) 114.00 €/room/night
Breakfast 10.00 €/person
All-inclusive overnight package 77.00 €/person
Raiso’s electric sauna, max. 4 persons 10.00 €/hour/person
Peat sauna 37.00 €/hour/person
Peat mask 20.00 €/person
Peat treatment for feet 30.00 €/person
Towel rental 3.00 €
Trailer/camper parking 17.00 €/night
Electricity for the trailer/camper 5.00 €/night
Wireless network, Wi-Fi 5.00 €/night
Use of the grill 5.00 €/night
Accommodation for a dog 10.00 €/night/dog
Traditional sauna 1 May–31 August, approx. 10 persons 70.00 €/hour
Traditional sauna 1 September–30 April, approx. 10 persons 80.00 €/hour
Party venue rental (one night) incl. downstairs facilities, tableware and electricity 300.00 €
Final cleaning 150.00 €
Tablecloth rental 7.00 €/tablecloth
Meeting venue rental for 1/2 day, max. 4 h 55.00 €
Meeting venue rental for the whole day, max. 8 h 95.00 €



Loma-Raiso is located in Karvia, on the Soikkeli farm. The farm was established and built by war widow Matilda Soikkeli with her seven war orphan children in 1947–1950. The Soikkeli family originally came from the village of Hiitola in Karelia, which they were forced to leave on two occasions. The father, Matti Soikkeli, was killed in battle in 1941. The family’s youngest child, Matti, was born two months later. Matilda Soikkeli arrived in Karvia in 1946 with her mother-in-law and seven children. The family was given a so-called cold farm which was split from the Hietaluoma farm.

The underage Soikkeli children built a home for themselves, finally, as their move there marked the 26th time the family had been forced to move around. In 1958, the family sold the farm to Pauli Kaasalainen, and moved to Vaasa. Kaasalainen had then sold the estate to Raiskio Metsät Oy, and the farm had been deserted for 20 years, when Raimo Soikkeli bought back his old home in 1994 and established Loma-Raiso in 1998. In 2004, Loma-Raiso was taken over by Kirsti and Marja Tupala.

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