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Logger’s Lodge

Situated in the middle of the forest away from any light pollution, Logger’s Lodge is a private eco-luxury wilderness lodge that can sleep up to 6 people, ideally located for viewing the northern lights. The clean air and total silence of the surrounding area make this a perfect spot to promote deep relaxation.

Logger’s Lodge is an original timber cabin from 1942, but step inside today and you’re met with an interior that’s reminiscent of a top-end African safari lodge. The central fire is still there, but it’s a glorious centrepiece – an enormous square, glass-sided wood burner that casts a warm glow across the wood-panelled interior. Against one wall is a sumptuous king-size bed. Stylish easy-chairs are tucked next to a window, while a chunkier table and chairs offer somewhere to sit for meals. Colourful wall hangings, reindeer furs and art depicting aurora scenes and the local logging heritage adorn the walls. The lighting is high-tech – dimmer switches and options for cool or warm moods. There’s also a mini bar, coffee machine, bath robes and slippers.

A state-of-the-art wooden and glass sauna and hydro-therapy jacuzzi with retractable roof takes your spa experience to the next level, day or night. Using ingredients traditional to Swedish Lapland, a private chef will serve organic, gourmet meals directly to your table in the lodge. Should you need anything during your stay, the lodge is equipped with an iPad from which you can send a message to your host who will be happy to assist.

For a family or group of friends a separate bedroom unit sits by the main lodge.

Lodge Facilities

  • Glassed-in fireplace in the centre of the cabin
  • King-size continental quality bed from Ekens
  • Swedish design classic Lamino lounge chairs
  • Sonos sound system with Spotify
  • Wi-Fi internet access
  • Bean to cup coffee machine
  • Silent mini bar with a selection of beers & wines
  • Wooden and glass sauna and hydro-therapy jacuzzi with retractable roof
  • Separate bedroom unit

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01737 214 250

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History of Logger’s Lodge

In the 1940’s loggers cabins were built in strategic positions close to rivers and streams down which the timber was floated from the forests to the sawmills on the coast. The loggers had a very hard and often dangerous job, walking on the rolling timber to break up log jams, which could result in accidents or even drowning. In the 1970’s and 80’s this method of transporting timber stopped as trucks and trains took over.

The cabin served as a temporary home for up to 16 loggers, all of whom slept on bunk beds after a hard day’s work. Everybody had his own cast-iron pan and sat around the fireplace to cook food. The history in the building and its surrounds, with the Bodtraska stream that floated the timber just a stone’s throw away, reminds you of days gone by yet today, it is very different.