Harads, Swedish Lapland
At a Glance
Completely off-the-beaten-track, Loggers Lodge makes for the ultimate in privacy and seclusion
A remote Lappish hideaway built for two, you'll be able to really switch off and get away from it all here
Relax in the sauna or in the outdoor Jacuzzi, taking in the incredible views
Enjoy traditional Lappish meals courtesy of your private chef, made with local, organic ingredients
Best time to Visit
Good time to visit
Average time to visit
A trip to Swedish Lapland between November and March will allow you to make the most of your chances of catching the Northern Lights. And of course there will be snow on the ground too making husky sledding, snow-shoeing and snowmobiling all possible.
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In the heart of Swedish Lapland lies Loggers Lodge, a warm and welcoming cabin made for two, surrounded by trees, streams and breathtaking scenery. Located 5km from any neighbor, this is the perfect spot for those looking to really get away from it all.
Remote and secluded in the depths of Swedish Lapland, Loggers Lodge is a traditional Swedish timber cabin with a contemporary and comfortable interior. Other than your private guide's house, there are no other buildings within 5 kilometers of the cabin, ensuring an exclusive stay in a luxury hideaway.
Loggers Lodge itself is comprised of a simple cabin, with a glorious open fire taking center stage. With comfortable furnishings alongside the glow of the fire, Loggers Lodge has a warm and inviting atmosphere. Here you'll dine, sleep and relax, while just outside in a separate cabin is the wood-fired sauna. With beautiful views of the surrounding scenery, there is also an outdoor Jacuzzi - the perfect place to unwind after a busy day spent exploring Swedish Lapland.
While staying at Loggers Lodge, you'll be looked after by your private guide, as well as your personal chef, who will introduce you to traditional food from Swedish Lapland, using organic and local ingredients.
If you're not too busy relaxing at Loggers Lodge, there are plenty of opportunities to get out and explore the natural beauty of Swedish Lapland. From snowshoeing and ice fishing to a rowing excursion under the midnight sun, adventure awaits right on your doorstep. Thanks to its location near the Arctic Circle, if you visit in winter you may even be lucky enough to witness one of nature's greatest spectacles, the Northern Lights.
There is just the one cabin at Loggers Lodge, sleeping two guests. A luxurious Lapland hideaway, Loggers Lodge contains the king-size bed and dining area all in one space, with a central open fire separating the two. The bathroom is also located in the cabin, while outside the sauna houses the shower room.
There is a wide variety of activities on offer at Loggers Lodge, all of which are perfect for exploring the surrounding beauty of Swedish Lapland. From snowshoeing and ski touring to day trips to a nature reserve, there is something to suit everyone. It's also possible to have an introduction to the indigenous Sami culture, while in the summer hiking and boat trips under the midnight sun are on offer.
Slaney O'Brien (Staff)
Where do I start? This is one of the most special and magical properties I have ever been to. You walk in to the cosiest lodge, all to yourselves. This is definitely one for couples looking for an escape from the world and some romance. Eric who owns Loggers Lodge makes the experience unforgettable. Relax while your private chef makes dinner before you hop across to the outdoor hot tub underneath the Northern Lights (hopefully). This is somewhere that you just need to see to believe just how special and romantic it is.
Loggers Lodge, Sweden - Complimentary Northen LightsBook to stay at Loggers Lodge, Sweden before 28 February and receive a complimentary Northern Lights tour.
Subject to availability and terms and conditions. Please contact our specialists for more information.
|Book from||27 December 2018 to 28 February 2019|
01 November 2019 to 31 March 2020
Discover Sami culture in Swedish Lapland
Visit the remote town of Flakaberg and discover the culture of the indigenous Sami people. Your host, Lars Eriksson, will tell you about his lifestyle as a reindeer herder, and his wife Annette will treat you to a delicious traditional lunch.
Midnight sun boat trip
Discover the magic of the Midnight Sun in the depths of Swedish Lapland. Head out on a lake in a rowboat and take in the incredible views in endless light, stopping ashore to warm up by a campfire with traditional Swedish fika.
Nordic Ski Touring at Loggers Lodge
The traditional way to explore the winter landscapes of Swedish Lapland, you'll traverse across the snow on wooden skis, led by your expert guide. Skiing across flat ground at a leisurely pace, you'll be able to admire the beautiful scenery as you pass.
Northern Lights photography at Loggers Lodge
Head into the Arctic wilderness and learn how to photograph the Northern Lights. Under the cover of darkness your guide will teach you how to capture the elusive Aurora on a DSLR, so you'll have lasting memories of this incredible sight.
Snowshoe & Ice Fishing at Loggers Lodge
Explore the wilderness of Swedish Lapland by one of the more traditional methods of transport - snowshoes! Your guide will lead you through amazing scenery before you try your hand at ice fishing on a frozen lake.
Snowshoe Walk at Loggers Lodge
Explore the wilderness of Swedish Lapland by one of the more traditional methods of transport - snowshoes! Your private guide will teach you how to walk before leading you through the untracked landscape to a secluded point with an incredible view.
Arctic Norway and Swedish Lapland
Lyngen Fjord, Norway & Swedish Lapland
from $6500 pp 7 nights
- Discover the very best of Scandinavia, combining a stay at two luxurious lodges
- Explore the dramatic fjords of Northern Norway and the breathtaking landscapes of Swedish Lapland
- Enjoy deep snow during the winter months and try snowshoeing, snowmobiling or ice fishing
Swedish Lapland Honeymoon
Stockholm & Swedish Lapland
from $8000 pp 6 nights
- Explore the rich history and cobbled streets of Stockholm
- Head north to Swedish Lapland - a natural playground in both summer and winter
- Stay up late to see the beautiful midnight sun during the summer months
Location & directions
Harads, Swedish Lapland
Loggers Lodge is located deep in Swedish Lapland, 9 miles / 15 kilometers from the town of Harads.
How to get there
Fly via Stockholm to Luleå Airport, followed by a one-and-a-half hour transfer to Loggers Lodge.