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At a glance…

Nestled between the Swedish Lapland's majestic mountains, Hotel Fjallet in Bjorkliden is Europe's last wilderness, offering gourmet food, activities and excellent Northern Lights viewing

» Contemporary Resort

» Accommodation: Superior A higher standard of accommodation with a better range and quality of facilities, often in a good location (typically 4 stars)

» Price guide: typically up to £200 per room per night

In Bjorkliden you will find yourself on the threshold of the wilderness, in the company of towering mountains and magnificent scenery. And, amongst it all lies Hotel Fjallet - the perfect base for exploring the dramatic surrounds.

Eat

Famed for gourmet food, Restaurant Lapporten uses locally sourced produce to serve excellent Norwegian cuisine, for breakfast, lunch and dinner with incredible views of Tornetrask Lake. The Snobaren open-air cafe is located near the ski lifts, where you can take a break and indulge in traditional Swedish fika (coffee and cake), hot cinnamon buns or grilled hotdogs, and Bar Rallaren is frequented by guests and thirsty skiers alike.

Sleep

An extensive renovation progressed the hotel to a four-star property, with all fresh rooms furnished in a classic ski chalet-alpine style and on a B&B basis. Double rooms feature large beds, a work desk, armchairs and private bathrooms. Twin rooms include two beds with a chair bed to accommodate an extra person. For families and larger parties, Large Double rooms are ideal, sleeping up to four people with a divisible double bed, sofa bed, work space, seating area and bathroom. Other accommodation options include the Kappas Cabin Village and newly built Solhyllan log cabins.

Do

Primarily a ski resort, the region offers Scandinavia's best ski touring accommodating all levels of experience, from easy orange touring to jet black alpine skiing expeditions. In addition to this, snow-shoeing, snow golf, snowmobiling and husky sledding are on offer, with excellent opportunities to spot the Northern Lights, as light pollution in these majestic mountains is almost negligible. When back at the hotel, relax with a sauna or get active in the gym- or for something a little different- a tour to Kappasjakka Cave is well worth considering, to explore one of Sweden's longest cave systems.

 

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To book call us on:

020 7664 2235

Make an enquiry

At a glance…

Nestled between the Swedish Lapland's majestic mountains, Hotel Fjallet in Bjorkliden is Europe's last wilderness, offering gourmet food, activities and excellent Northern Lights viewing

» Contemporary Resort

» Accommodation: Superior A higher standard of accommodation with a better range and quality of facilities, often in a good location (typically 4 stars)

» Price guide: typically up to £200 per room per night

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