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Experience high-design and classic adventure in the wilds of Finnish Lapland

» 4 day tailor-made break

» Price from: £1,580 pp incl. flights

Experience the designer delights of Finland’s Arctic TreeHouse Hotel on this action-packed winter break. From the log-fire cosiness of your glass-fronted accommodation, you’ll strike out into the snowy wilderness to enjoy a pair of included excursions – a husky sledding tour and a Northern Lights hunt by snowmobile – returning to included half-board dining inspired by the Arctic. We’ve also left a free day for optional activities, from reindeer sled rides to ice fishing trips and family visits to Santa’s log-cabin home.


Day by day itinerary

  • Day 1 » UK/Rovaniemi

    Fly to Rovaniemi in Finnish Lapland, where you’ll be met and transferred through the snow-dusted wilderness for a stay at the Arctic Treehouse Hotel. This designer retreat offers the perfect blend of traditional cosiness and Nordic modernism – the glass fronted guestrooms’ log-burning stoves and mock-fur throws setting the scene for spectacular floor-to-ceiling views out across the frozen forests. Take time to settle in before heading to the superb Rakas restaurant for the first of your included dinners – a celebration of local, seasonal produce. Expect the likes of king crab, salted-and-smoked reindeer, wild mushrooms and Arctic ocean fish.  

    Stay: Arctic TreeHouse Hotel

    Meals: Dinner

  • Day 2 » Dogsledding & Northern Lights snowmobiling

    Your adventure begins in earnest today, with two included excursions – both winter classics. It all begins after a hearty breakfast when, dressed in your include warm clothing, you’ll join your guide for a transfer to a local husky farm. Enjoy an enthusiastic welcome from your furry new counterparts before you set off through the wilderness, the yaps of the pubs giving way to the silence of the snowy forest trails. Driving two to a sled, you’ll have the chance to mush your own pack and sit back and enjoy the views, pausing along the way to enjoy hot drinks and snap a few photos. It’s then back to base for an early dinner, again at Rakas restaurant, before you head off again, this time swapping the barks of huskies for the roar of a snowmobile. It’s a truly thrilling way to travel as you speed along woodland trails with your guide leading the way, keeping an eye on the sky for signs of the Northern Lights.

    Stay: Arctic TreeHouse Hotel

    Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

  • Day 3 » Optional activities

    Today is left free for optional excursions, and there are plenty to choose from. You might decide on an evocative reindeer sled ride, take a trip out to see the icy canyons and frozen waterfalls along the Korojoki River, try your hand at ice fishing or, if you’re feeling festive, take the kids to meet Santa in his log-cabin home – there’s even the chance to post a letter home from his official post office. Then, in the evening, there are a whole host of aurora-based activities, from floating on a lake under the Lights to expert-led photography sessions. Speak to our specialists for all the available options.

    Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

  • Day 4 » Depart for UK

    After a final breakfast, transfer to the airport for your flight home.

    Meals: Dinner

To book call us on:

020 7664 2237

Make an enquiry

At a glance…

Experience high-design and classic adventure in the wilds of Finnish Lapland

» 4 day tailor-made break

» Price from: £1,580 pp incl. flights

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