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Imagine a hotel where designers were let loose and Treehotel is what will appear, with everything from UFO-shaped cabins levitating in the trees, to mirrored walls camouflaging the cube walls into a piece of art. You cannot forget about the spectacle that is the Northern Lights, visiting the silent forest to put on an unforgettable show.
- Innovative accommodation includes UFO-shaped treehouses and mirrored walls
- Natural surroundings are the perfect canvas for kayaking, hiking and more
- Indulge in Swedish delicacies at The Restaurant
- Best for: Adventure, Sustainable
- Style: Contemporary
- Currency: SEK
- Board Basis: Bed & Breakfast, Room Only
Best Time To Travel
|Jan: -3°c||Feb: -3°c||Mar: N/A|
|Apr: 5°c||May: 11°c||Jun: 16°c|
|Jul: 18°c||Aug: 17°c||Sep: 12°c|
|Oct: 8°c||Nov: 3°c||Dec: -1°c|
Our Expert View:
- Excursions and Tours
- Yoga Classes Available
- In Room Dining
Emulating the same ethos as the hotel design, The Restaurant and its menu will have you feeling at one with Swedish nature. Offering local delicacies like wild game with the finest hand-picked berries, produce is simple, and dishes are seasonal made with intense creativity. Timeless décor reminiscent of the 1930’s and 1950’s adorns the walls and service is impeccable, with every pick of the menu executed with finesse. Be woken with the mouth-watering smell of freshly baked bread, devour delicate reindeer meat, and for an extra special gastronomy experience, complete your day with a candlelit dinner under the stars on a frozen lake, or suspended 10-metres high in the trees.
With each season comes a change in natural surroundings, and whether the ice has crystallised over the lakes or the snow has melted to reveal the carpet of vibrant green grass underneath, there are a wealth of activities on offer. Hiking through the steep cliffs or forestland with an experienced guide from the hotel, white water raft over the rapids of the Rane river or explore the Taiga Forest by a bike specially designed to roll over the white powder snow. Of course, the Northern Lights cannot be missed, and with clear weather on your side, take tips from a photography expert on how to capture this incredible show of dancing strikes of light. Of course, the classic Lapland activities like dog sledding, snowmobiling and ice fishing are available to treat your inner thrill-seeker.
The idea of Treehotel stemmed from the creative minds of Kent and Britta Lindvall, who wanted to create a transformative world of unique accommodation in the heart of their home village, Harads. Immersed in the middle of unspoiled nature, the collection of inspiring architecture neighbours miles of forest, the powerful Lule River and its magnificent valley. Harads is as quaint a Swedish village you can get with just one restaurant and shop, but a getaway to Treehotel is about escaping everything you’re used to and embracing nature.