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Stayed here for four nights just before Christmas. Had a really fantastic holiday. The lodge is cosy and welcoming with all the facilities you need for a stay in the cold of Sweden. Staff were excellent, friendly beyond what we expected and very knowledgeable. Food...More
My partner and I have travelled all across the world and have experienced some of the best hospitality there is to have.
But this magical lodge (along with its charming family and the rest of the team) is undoubtedly one of the memorable places of...More
This place is amazing - partner booked for a surprise birthday weekend. If there is one place to experience the northern lights then I would be amazed if anywhere else could beat this place. Once was an tourist information centre turned into cosy rooms the...More
This was our best holiday experience for many years. We are still talking about it. The experience, scenery and hospitality were outstanding. In particular the dog sledding, feeding reindeer, Northern lights and the snowmobile safari. Our host Mikko and his staff went out of their...More
We booked this holiday through weekend a la carte and it was from start to finish a fantastic experience. The travel arrangements worked like clockwork, accommodation whilst perhaps some would consider basic was excellent. The staff were hospitable and very friendly and could not do...More
US$154 - US$282 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi... we took our thermal layers (top/ bottom/socks), t-shirts, jumpers, thick winter type jackets, silk under gloves, gloves, silk balaclavas, sun glasses, ski goggles (limited use as weather was kind). thickish trousers... More
Hi... we took our thermal layers (top/ bottom/socks), t-shirts, jumpers, thick winter type jackets, silk under gloves, gloves, silk balaclavas, sun glasses, ski goggles (limited use as weather was kind). thickish trousers (jeans) scarves.
good waterproof walking boots/shoes. swimming costumes (for hot tub and sauna). you'll where lighter clothes for indoors in the evening.
you need your own best cold weather clothes as you will go outside when travelling there and back anyway and perhaps other times.
don't forget memory cards for their loan cameras and your own cameras of course.
their arctic gloves/hats were rather loose fitting and we were thankful of silk balaclava and gloves (although lashings of velcro on arctic gear did tend to stick itself to silk! so some care needed)
the list from Kevin was pretty good in guiding us we found, but hope this helps and hope you have as good a time as we did!