We have the best Finnish Sauna in London – come and enjoy our löyly! Our sauna is open from Tuesday to Sunday, and you can either book a private sauna or a public sauna slot.

Please note that our sauna booking system has changed. To book a sauna please use this link.

Please notice: A few times each year, during our Fair Seasons and staff training, the sauna will be closed for a few weeks in March, April and November. Please check the special opening hours here before travelling.

About the Sauna

  • Please notice, that we can only accommodate a maximum of 8 people in the sauna.
  • Sometimes we hold private events, during which the public sauna will be cancelled.
  • Please bring your own towel and seat cover (this can be a small towel).
  • Always treat our personel with respect. Our staff are mostly volunteers and they do their best to help you with your sauna-related matters.

Public sauna

The price for public sauna is £12/person.
Book your public sauna from this link.

Public sauna for men is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 18-19.30, Saturdays at 16.30-18 and Sundays at 18.30-19.30.

Public sauna for women is open on Wednesdays and Fridays at 18-19.30, Thursdays at 14-15, Saturdays at 18.30-19.30 and Sundays at 16.30-18.

Private Sauna

You can book a private sauna slots on
Tuesday to Friday: 14–15/15.15-16.15/16.30-17.30
and Saturday and Sunday: 12-13/13.30-14.30/15-16


  • Private sauna £25/ 2 persons / 1 hour during the week and £28 / 2 persons / 1 hour during the weekend.
  • Additional persons are £10 / 1 person / 1 hour
  • The kids of the same family (under the age of 6) can come for free

Please notice:

  • You can only book one slot at a time.
  • If you need to cancel your booking, you must do so minimum 24 hours before your sauna slot commences. If you are unable to cancel your booking on time, the fee will not be returned.

The Rules of Sauna

These rules are formed to protect you, sauna and the church.

  • Always listen to the instructions of the staff and act safely in the sauna.
  • Wash yourself in the shower with soap before using the sauna.
  • Always use a seat cover (small towel) when sitting in the sauna.
  • It is forbidden to take glass bottles to the sauna. 
  • When throwing water to the hot stones, please do it with caution and enjoy the “löyly”.
  • It is forbidden to have heat competition in the sauna – too much hot steam will cause a fire alarm.
  • Do not take soap or any other chemicals inside the sauna.
  • Do not use parfumes or aromatic oils in the sauna.
  • The settings of the sauna are for the staff only.
  • Leave the communal space and sauna clean for the next users.