DJK Design Jaana Kähönen Gallery is located in Mathildedal's old Coalstorage building (anno 1850) close to the Marina. At the Gallery you'll find unique, locally designed DJK Design Jaana Kähönen digital arts and prints. At the Gallery there is also a selection of second hand and linen clothes for ladies. The 170 years old building is well worth a look in itself! Welcome!
Open in the summer season May-September Fri-Sat-Sun at 11-16 and occasionally.
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Here you can give new life to old furniture – it’s truly nostalgia at its best.
Producing handmade brushes and baskets since 1997, focusing on sustainability and natural materials.
Coffee lover? Stop by Restaurant Terho to taste our locally roasted coffee beans. Freshly grounded by the Terho team and served at the bar to enjoy in our living room, or buy a bag to go – we have a roast for every taste bud and will gladly grind the beans to your liking.
Beer fan? Visit Mathildedal’s local brewery and taste all it has to offer – and then buy some beer for the road! Private tours also available for small groups.
Mathilda Marina Skipper's shop sells basic food and household items and local products, clothes, accessories and souvenirs for the boat, cottage or home. From Skipper's shop you may also order the cafe's pastries and drinks and the restaurant's take away food.
Situated within the Matildankartano Mansion you can find freshly baked sourdough bread and sweet buns as well as other local products.
Welcome to the local chocolate factory! Handmade chocolates, home-roasted coffee, and a large tea selection will entice you to stay and enjoy our back garden.
Alpaca sweaters, scarves and accessories galore – for anytime of the year! All ecologically produced and ready to wear out the door.
Here you will find all things knitted – from scarves and shawls, to rugs, towels, and sheets. We also take custom orders.
Second Chance lovely boutique is situated next to the local knittery. We sell women’s and children’s clothing made in Finland and Calou clogs, as well as our own home linens. You can also find Finnish handmade jewelry, along with French organic cosmetics.