Tundrea Cabins and Apartments
The Tundrea cabins and apartments offer a choice of timber-built accommodation which is quintessentially Lapland. Tundrea is tucked away at the foot of the Saana Fell – arguably the most iconic fell mountain in Lapland – and sits at the banks of Lake Kilpisjarvi, offering sweeping panoramic views of the Arctic tundra.
The detached Saana cabins are the most exclusive of Tundrea's offering and are perfect for larger parties, comfortably sleeping up to eight people in four twin rooms. With a generous living area for relaxing after a day’s activities and a balcony for gazing over the pristine Arctic tundra, these cabins are a fantastic option for your stay in Lapland. Meals are served in Tundrea's restaurant, a short walk away.
The Malla cabins (named after the legendary local giant Malla) comprise of two twin rooms and a spacious mezzanine level with two further beds, ideal for parties up to six people. A stone fire place at the heart of the cabin’s living area creates the perfect space to unwind after an adventure-filled day in the snow, and for adults to relax in after the little ones have gone to bed! Meals are served in Tundrea's restaurant, a short walk away.
Malla Premium Cabins
The Malla Premium cabins are perfect for families looking for a more luxurious getaway. Though the floorplan of the Malla Premium and Standard cabin options are the same, the interiors differ, with the Premium cabins being furnished in a contemporary Scandinavian style with traditional carvings and Aurora skyscapes adorning the walls. Meals are served in Tundrea's restaurant, a short walk away.
The Tundrea Apartments are situated in an ideal location, nestled amongst Tundrea's collection of cabins. The layout is simple and works perfectly for a cosy stay in Lapland: a mezzanine sleeping level with room to sleep two, and an open-plan living and kitchenette area which converts into a sleeping area for two further people make up this option. Meals are served in Tundrea's restaurant, a short walk away.
Perched at the northernmost tip of Lapland, Kilpisjarvi is a remote village steeped in time-old legends and epic sagas. Once home to roaming giants who forged the landscape in their fearless pursuits, this bewildering place is now the perfect location from which to embark on a search for Santa: with myths and magic prevalent, it is no wonder the real Father Christmas is rumoured to have settled nearby.