Husky Café – Local flavours

Husky Café creates images of clean arctic nature. We want to offer experiences that cannot be experienced anywhere else. As an example of this, the salmon you eat surrounded by a pack of huskies is always made over an open fire.

Short but intensive summer ripens our local ingredients. Husky Café brings forth the ingredients that have grown under the Northern sky, and the uniqueness of food born under arctic circumstances.

Local food supports sustainable development and achievement of our climate goals.

Husky Café serves during the summer (25.6. – 15.8.) with opening hours that take into account the well-being of our pack.

In winter, we organize events, which we announce on our social media channels

In our kennel area we can offer visitors in addition to experiences:

Our services are almost completely accessible. If you are looking for a husky experience and You have a mobility restriction, please read more about accessibility.

Winter temperatures in Finland are typically below zero and it might be windy, especially by the sea. We recommend wearing warm winter clothes as for any other winter sport. You can best protect yourself in the traditional way by wearing two or three layers of warm clothes under a windproof jacket and trousers. The best winter boots are long and warm. Remember to wear a warm hat and gloves!

Tourism for all!

Loihakka is Pantou (The accessible tourism directory) listed supplier. The staircase of the kammi is high and outhouse is not accessible for people who have reduced mobility.

Our services, which are marked as accessible, are suitable for:

  • Small Children
  • People who are deaf or have hearing impairments
  • People without speech or with speech impairments
  • People who are blind or have vision impairments
  • People with dementia (“dementia-friendly”), learning difficulties, autism or other cognitive / developmental impairments
  • People with allergy or asthma or requiring special diets
  • People with long-term health problems (e.g. respiratory and circulatory conditions or invisible disabilities)
  • People who are frail, lacking in strength or stamina
  • People of very large or small stature
  • People who use any kind of technical assistive devices
  • People requiring personal assistance (non-medical care/support)
  • People with motor impairments

In the winter, wheelchairs are not a problem either, but in summer the kennel area is unfortunately uneven and wheelchair use is inconvenient.

Our huskies love their work and we love to see them wagging their tails and eager to go. For this reason, our kennel is open on bookings only: as pack leaders, we want to make sure that our dogs have at least one full day of rest all to themselves.