Hotel Bridget Inn

Hotel Bridget Inn

In the year 1880 the house – in which Hotel Bridget Inn operates today – was originally built on a central site in Naantali’s Old Town. In the early 1900’s, Cafe Birgitta was conducting business in the premises. Its most famous client was, without a doubt, Finland’s President of that era, P.E. ”Ukko-Pekka” Svinhufvud. Until 1934, the presidential garage was situated at the inner yard of the cafe, since before the ”Ukko-Pekka” bridge was completed, you had to take a boat from Naantali shore to reach the presidential summer residence.

During the last 20 years, the hotel building has been fully refurbished and restored, to respect old values but also to simultaneously fulfill modern needs. There’s only a few hundred meters’ walk from our hotel to the Naantali shore, where you can find among others the Boat Marina, the church and the Muumimaailma Theme Park. There are also various services available in downtown and plenty of opportunies for your pastime.

We herebycordially welcome you all!

The staff of Hotel Bridget Inn