It was a pleasure staying with Lynne and Rolf at 68 Degrees! They made us feel at home and were always ready to share information and help us whenever they could. We had originally booked 3 nights with them but because of a last minute tour opening in Abisko, we could only stay 2 nights. Lynne and Rolf were so kind to offer to fetch us from the airport to the train station once they heard that we didn't have much time to do a transfer - they really went out of their way to help us!
Lynne's breakfasts in the morning are delicious! It comes with eggs the way you want them to be, as well as sausages, ham, bread, cereal, and fruit salad. The beds at 68 Degrees are very, very comfortable (so comfortable we had trouble waking up in the mornings), and there is plenty of space (our room came with an attached luggage area as well as a living area that had an attached balcony). The rooms are spotless and well-heated and this has been the best b&b experience that we've had so far. Shops in Kiruna close early and food is a bit hard to find on Sundays but Lynne and Rolf kindly pointed us in the right direction and we didn't have trouble finding our way around Kiruna thanks to a map that they provided us with.
We would highly recommend 68 Degrees and can't wait to re-visit Kiruna again!
- Joanne & Wilson
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are a small bed and breakfast in Kiruna town, and the top floor of our house is let out to guests. You can stay here in two of our double rooms, each of which has its own connecting breakfast/living room and plenty of space to spread out and relax. Or you can hire the whole of the upstairs which will sleep 5 people. Around Kiruna there are wonderful opportunities to explore this sub-Arctic landscape, visit the nearby ice hotel, or see the northern lights or the midnight sun. ... more less