The 21sq m rooms are set on the ground floor, giving them magical views of the natural surroundings. They nod to more traditional decor with log-lined walls, but the neutral hues and furnishings (that Scandi design fans are sure to clock) keep the look modern. There’s a cloud-soft king-size bed and sheepskin throws and underfloor heating to keep things cosy; the bathroom is decked out in dark local stone with a walk-in rainfall shower. The rooms are intentionally tech-free to encourage a switched-off mindset, but there’s a tablet, should you need to log in, and free WiFi; plus rooms have free bottled water and the White Company bath products.
These 36–53sq m suites have log-lined walls and iconic Scandi furnishings. Set on the ground floor, they have views of the hotel’s picturesque grounds, which you can enjoy in comfort, with wool blankets and reindeer hides, underfloor heating and soft rugs. There’s a king-size bed and the bathroom is lined in the dark local stone, with a walk-in rainfall shower. There are no TVs (there are more soulful things to look at here), but you’ll find a tablet and free WiFi, as well as free bottled water and the White Company bath products in-suite.
As the name suggests, these 28–32sq m suites are set on the upper floor, so you have a better chance of spying auroras – there’s a cosy window seat you can wait and watch on. They’re more modern in style, with concrete-effect walls, leather furnishings and blackened wood. There’s a king-size bed, lounging area and a bathroom lined in Lappish stone with a walk-in rainfall shower. Underfloor heating and fuzzy throws keep things comfy and – while the TV has been nixed in favour of natural views – there’s a tablet and free WiFi, plus free bottled water and the White Company bath products.