The restaurant will be temporarily closed from Sat, 28th March

Welcome to have lunch at Café Söderlångvik on Friday the 27th!

Menu: Vegetarian borsch soup (L, G), Smetana salmon (L, G).

Price € 12.90 / € 7.90 (children 5-12 years) including plenty of salads.

The lunch is served from 11.00-14.00, you can also order take-away.

After that, the restaurant will be closed until further notice. We announce when we open again, follow our website’s News and our Facebook page for the latest information!

Lunch menu Fri, Mar 20th – Thu, Mar 26th 2020

Restaurant is open Weekdays 11.00 – 15.00

Buffet lunch is served 11.00 – 14.00

You can also collect your lunch from the buffét and have it packed to go, or order a ready take-away lunch to pick up. Call 02 – 42 50 37 and order!

Fri 24.1 Creamy salsify soup (L,G), Hunter’s Schnitzel (L)

Mon 27.1 Mushroom soup (L,G), Thai chicken (L,G)

Tue 28.1 Beetroot soup with Aura cheese (L,G), Shepherd’s pie (L,G)

Wed 29.1 Salmon soup (L,G), Chicken Marengo (L,G)

Thu 30.1 Pea soup (L,G) and pancake (L,G), Beef steak (L,G)

Fri 17.1 Broccoli and coconut soup (L,G), Sautéed moose (L,G)

Buffét incl. varied salad buffet 12,90€ / 7,90€ ( children 5-12 yrs )

Take-away lunch 12,90€ / 7,90€ ( children 5-12 yrs )

Soup & salad buffet 10,90€ / 6,90€ ( children 5-12 yrs )

Warmly welcome!

Please be aware of hand hygiene

We at Söderlångvik Manor have raised our preparedness level due to the coronavirus COVID-19. The restaurant and shop is open as usual, but special attention is given to hygiene.

The restaurant is now being cleaned even more efficiently than in a normal situation, and the customer service staff have the opportunity to use protective gloves. The entire staff have been instructed to maintain good hand hygiene and to use hand disinfectant according to the instructions issued by the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare.

Söderlångvik Manor will follow the official guidelines and instructions. A notice will be given immediately, should there be a need for change in the current operations or opening hours.

Currently our opening hours are the usual: Weekdays from 11 to 3 pm, lunch is served from 11 to 2 pm. Warmly welcome!

Photo by Nathan Dumlao on Unsplash

Opening hours 2020

Söderlångvik Manor Opening Hours January 1st – December 31st 2020

Restaurant Cafe Söderlångvik & the manor’s deli and handicraft shop:

2.1-30.4 weekdays 11.00-15.00, lunch 11.00-14.00

1.5-30.9 every day 11.00-17.00, lunch 11.00-15.00 (20.6- 31.8 Sat & Sun lunch 12.00-16.00)

À la carte is served during the summertime 1.5-30.9, same times as the buffét

Closed on Midsummer weekend Fri-Sat 19-21.6

1.10-22.12.2020 weekdays 11.00-15.00 & lunch 11.00-14.00, Sat & Sun 12.00-16.00, lunch 12.00-15.00

We are also open by agreement for groups. Please contact for reservations and questions about the restaurant.


The Manor main building is closed due to renovation during the summertime, but will be open for group bookings from September 2020.

The exhibitions in Gallery Alma & the Carriage Museum are open 1.5-30.9 every day 11.00-17.00, with the exception of Midsummer weekend, when we are closed Fri-Sun 19-21.6. Free entrance to the exhibitions.

Accommodation facilities available for bookings are the cozy Grindstugan and the luxurious Villa Sundsvedja. Read more about the accommodation.

Please contact us at if you are interested in an offer for a conference visit, accommodation, a guided day trip or all of the above. We can also help you organize a lovely event such as a birthday celebration or a wedding!

Despite the main buidning being closed, there is a lot to see when you vitis the manor. The park anf the nature trails are always open for visitors, everything from the little Ladybird trail to the vast forest area of Purunpää. There is also a lean-to by one of the trails, which rewards you with a breathtaking view. Read more about the nature trails here.

The guest pier is always open for boating guests. Depth is 1,5-2 meters.

Warmly welcome to Söderlångvik Manor!

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Bring a loved one for Valentine’s Day coffee on Friday the 14th: Coffee and heart fritters for two for only 5 €! Café is open from 11 to 15, see you <3

Pic by Lessica Lewis / Unsplash

Lunch buffét open all winter long!

Excellent news! Café Söderlångvik will be open in the wintertime, so you will still have the chance to enjoy the lovely lunches. We are open from January 2nd to April 30th 2020 on weekdays 11.00-15.00, lunch time is 11.00-14.00.

À la carte will be available again from May 1st, 2020.

We are also open by agreement for groups. Please contact for restaurant inquiries, and for prices and programmes if you are interested in booking a guided tour, a conference visit, a birthday party or a wedding!

All opening hours for 2020 can be found here.

Photo by Roven Images on Unsplash

Try out our new à la carte menu!

Dinnertime opening hours on Saturday, December 7th

We celebrate Independence Day by introducing our new à la carte menu! 

The restaurant is open every day until December 22nd. À la carte is served the same times as the lunch buffét: Weekdays at 11.00-14.00 and weekends at 12.00-15.00.

On Saturday, December 7th we are open 11.00-24.00, kitchen 11.00-20.00. Take this opportunity to have dinner at Söderlångvik and test our new menu!

We have a winner!

8 minutes before the appointed time we received the final entry – 101 people participated in the competition and sent absolutely wonderful stories about their relationship with Söderlångvik. Thank you so much to everyone who participated!

The winner of the gift basket is Kerstin Lindholm! In her contribution, Kerstin told us that she is related to Amos Anderson and even has an heirloom in the form of curtains from far back in her ownership.

Many congratulations to Kerstin!

Tell us about your experience, win a gift basket!

Light up the gloomy November darkness with a memory from Söderlångvik, and win a gift basket with delights! Tell us about your experience at the museum, restaurant, or manor in general, or why not send us a photo! It may be something you were involved in this summer or 50 years ago, alone or in company, any which way we’d love to hear about it!

Or if you’ve never visited us, tell us what you are most looking forward to experiencing if you do!

You can find the competition on Facebook and add your comment there, or send your message privately via Messenger. E-mail works as well!

Everyone who comments is included in the draw of a gift basket with the manor’s products (value 38 €) perfectly timed for Christmas: the draw will take place on Monday, December 16, 2019. The winner will be notified personally, and the winnings can be collected from Café Söderlångvik.

If you are participating with a photo or video and do not want the material used in our marketing, just let us know.

Good luck!

Hans G. Hästbacka: Slow photo – Camera Obscura

8.11. – 22.12.2019 Söderlångvik Manor Café

In his projects with Camera obscura, Hans G. Hästbacka practices experimental photography. He studies the changeability of nature and the landscape with the help of the mode of expression’s need for time. Hästbacka strives for the primitive and simple by constructing pinhole cameras of everyday materials and objects. With these cameras he captures the light and movement in different environments.

The exhibition is open at the Manor’s restaurant until December 22nd 2019. The artworks are for sale.


For mor information:

Hans G. Hästbacka | +358 (0)400 381 513 |

Black Kaffinobox XIX

Photographs 30 x N.N.

8.11 – 22.12.2019 Söderlångvik Manor’s café

The exhibition Black Kaffinobox XIX consists of photographs taken by visitors during an interactive pinhole camera event which was held at the Söderlångvik Museum in Dragsfjärd on July 6th – 7th 2019. The photographs were made with pinhole cameras made from Chicory packaging, ie Kaffino boxes. The original negatives were scanned, inverted, made as prints on backlit film and assembled into light equipped Kaffino boxes. The exhibition Black Kaffinobox XIXconsists of 30 photographs. It’s a collective exhibition about the Söderlångvik Museum and its surroundings viewed from multiple perspectives.

Thank you to everyone who attended the summer event, without your efforts the exhibition would not be possible!

For further information:

Hans G. Hästbacka | +358 (0)400 381 513 |

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