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So it’s far to say that I am most likely not the usual “target market” for this type of place. And that yes, I chose it because I thought it’d be far enough out of town (as per suggestions and recommendations, etc) to be further...More
We had a great time at the Northern Lights Lodge. The staff were amazing and couldn't do enough for us. The rooms and facilities were beautiful. The lodge is a tranquil and intimate get away in the most beautiful surroundings. We would recommend it to...More
We wanted to see the northern lights and research suggested that the best chance would be had around the Abisko area in Sweden. Most packages to the Northern Lights areas are fairly expensive. No getting away from it. But without the experience to organise flight,...More
We stayed in February 2017 booked through Weekend a la carte.
The lodge is small and tastefully furnished and very relaxing. Tea/coffee and biscuits are always on hand and a great area to relax.
All our activities were intimate with a maximum of 8 people....More
What a lovely hotel and staff! The staff were so friendly and when I broke my wrist they even took me to the hospital and collected me when I'd been sorted out which was four hours later. We were late for dinner because of that...More
$224 - $268 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi... we took our thermal layers (top/ bottom/socks), t-shirts, jumpers, thick winter type jackets, silk under gloves, gloves, silk balaclavas, sun glasses, ski goggles (limited use as weather was kind). thickish trousers... More
Hi... we took our thermal layers (top/ bottom/socks), t-shirts, jumpers, thick winter type jackets, silk under gloves, gloves, silk balaclavas, sun glasses, ski goggles (limited use as weather was kind). thickish trousers (jeans) scarves.
good waterproof walking boots/shoes. swimming costumes (for hot tub and sauna). you'll where lighter clothes for indoors in the evening.
you need your own best cold weather clothes as you will go outside when travelling there and back anyway and perhaps other times.
don't forget memory cards for their loan cameras and your own cameras of course.
their arctic gloves/hats were rather loose fitting and we were thankful of silk balaclava and gloves (although lashings of velcro on arctic gear did tend to stick itself to silk! so some care needed)
the list from Kevin was pretty good in guiding us we found, but hope this helps and hope you have as good a time as we did!