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Common House

High-quality accommodation for special moments in life.
The merchant of the Lang House used to work in the corner room of the main building. In the front room, guests coming from further away were greeted by the accountant, who led the farmers and merchants further to the study to make deals. Another busy hub of the house must have been the Common House, where the servants lived. The Common House was located on the courtyard in another building, which now has been demolished.

The new Common House combines the merchant’s room’s dignified atmosphere to the common house’s peasant-style life in a unique way. During the renovation, a painting created in a splash-style was discovered in the corner of the merchant’s room, and now the painting is on the Common House’s wall where it suits perfectly. The Common House has two parts, and the original ceiling decoration in the small hall reaches all the way to the far end of the back part.

When you lie on the double bed, you can look at the painting in the ceiling and think what the life must have been like in this large corner house by the Big Market Square 200 years before. Smaller guests can spend the night in a unique, antique cupboard bed if they wish. You can leave the door ajar if you feel like it… The sofa in the Common House makes a comfortable double bed for two adults. The time stops in the Common House, and you will forget all about stress and being busy!

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A house full of stories! Hotel rooms at the House of Lang each tell a story of a person who lived back in the 19th century.

All our hotel rooms are dedicated to persons who were important to the House of Lang back in time. A person’s life story has been the starting point for the room décor planning, and the room decoration has been placed to a specific important moment in time for the person in question.

The Sea Captain’s Cabin tells the story of a time when the Captain Janne Byström spent his retirement days in the home harbour of Raahe in the 1890s when Raahe’s glorious sailing ship era had ended. The Miss Sophia’s Chamber is decorated in the style from the time when Sofia had slept her last maiden night in it on the 13th of February in 1843. Each room owner has his or her story to tell, and they will tell those stories to you via the AR application when you are their guests in the rooms!