Log Cabin Holidays
If only a log cabin with a crackling open fire and private sauna will do, our holidays in Lapland offer a truly authentic Arctic experience. Kick back and enjoy the stunning snow covered forests while you keep an eye out for the elusive northern lights. Some of the properties we feature in Sweden and Norway also have a cosy ‘log cabin’ feel – sometimes with a contemporary twist.
One of the great things about a log cabin break in authentic lapland is having everything included from meals to husky sledding and snowmobiling – plenty to keep the whole family happy! Celebrating the New Year in a log cabin is a very popular choice with our clients and what could be more festive than waking up on Christmas morning in Lapland?
Popular Log Cabin Holidays
In Finland, we can take you right to the heart of the pristine Lapland wilderness, staying in traditional log cabins topped with thick dollops of snow and nestled in fairytale forest. Exploring by snowshoe, snowmobile and husky sled, you’ll spend the night in rustic yet modern log cabins, well-equipped with open fires and saunas. Untainted by light pollution, the northern lights can shine brightly here – all you need to do is step outside your cabin and look up. Log cabins are a popular choice of accommodation on our excellent value, all-inclusive wilderness lodge holidays in Finland. We can also arrange for you to spend a night in an Aurora Bubble or Aurora Cabin for a spectacular ‘window on the cosmos’ – and hopefully the northern lights.
A fine property of thick spruce poles, Brandon Lodge in Sweden has the feel of a stylish ski chalet. Located on the frozen shores of the Gulf of Bothnia, it makes a superb base for an action-packed winter break. Our four-night Winter’s Dream at Brandon Lodge holiday includes half-board accommodation in a wood-panelled, twin-room cabin, a snowmobile safari, dog-sled tour and northern lights excursion.
More contemporary than a log cabin, but equally cosy and full of character, the accommodation at the Malangen Resort in northern Norway includes trendy cabins built on stilts above the rocky shore of a fjord near Tromso.