The Kekri collection’s second drop was memorized at a beautiful Kattelus Farm located in Karjalohja, west from Uusimaa, an hour away from Helsinki.
Kattelus farm is a real living and breathing Finnish farm. The farm wants to provide a chance to detach their guests from the rush of everyday life and experience the traditional way of living in the country. Cottages with a beautiful countryside view are reminding guests about the uniqueness of the Finnish nature.
As for The FNRM, for The Kattelus farm it is important to emphasize the environmental liability and cherish the Finnish traditions.
The farm produces organic grain and practices countryside traveling. In summer the farm has different animals for the customers and the staff to enjoy. Horses and rabbits are at the farm all year round and in the summertime, sheep and cattle also pasture on the fields among with cats and the dog of the house. Kattelus farm’s production consists mostly of organic grain and oil plants and some grass feed for the animals.
The earliest traces of Kattelus farm lead to the 14th century. By the year 1549 there were four houses in the village. In the 1980’s the first few cottages were rented for holiday guests. In the mid-nineties all farming was switched over to organic. Early in the new millennium the old stone warehouse and adjoining stable were renovated to facilitate grand festivities, wedding, birthdays etc.
Read more about the Kattelus farm here.