Forenom module Hotel Pyhäjoki. This module hotel assembled from containers is situated in Ollinmäki, Pyhäjoki, and is comprised of 30 furnished single and double rooms. The module hotel was erected with especially the contractors of the Hanhikivi-project in mind, and is located less than 10 minutes by car from Hanhikivi and Pyhäjoki town center. Our module hotel lets you take advantage of a code-locked room, which is equipped with furniture, television, a small refrigerator, cooking plate, microwave oven, coffeemaker, water boiler and kitchen supplies. A wireless internet connection and bed linens are included in the price. Each room has a private bathroom with shower. The area has a public parking area for common use for all residents.
The new module apartments at Forenom Apartments Pyhäjoki were built with especially the contractors of the Hanhikivi project in mind, and are located less than 10 minutes by car from Hanhikivi and the Pyhäjoki town center. This studio apartment for four guests is located in Ollinmäki, Pyhäjoki, and is a part of an innovative module accommodation concept assembled from containers.
This apartment is accessible via key code, and is equipped with furniture, a small refrigerator, cooking plate, microwave oven, coffeemaker and kitchen supplies. A wireless internet connection and bed linens are included in the price. The apartment has a private bathroom with shower. Right outside is a public parking area for common use for all residents. The apartment is fully furnished and you can find dishes in the kitchen so that you can have breakfast and prepare dinner. Services to help your day-to-day life (for example, cleaning services) are also available to the apartment. After booking, you will receive payment instructions and a payment link from the property via email. Credit cards are only needed to guarantee your booking. This apartment has key code locks. The code will be sent to you by SMS and email by 16:00 pm on the day your reservation begins. Enter the five-digit code followed by hash on the keypad on the door, for example 12345#. If you enter the wrong code, press the # key again before re-entering your code.