We pride ourselves on providing our guests with wonderfully comfortable accommodation, excellent meals and personalised service. In addition to our Homestead in Poikkijärvi, we own three private wilderness lodges in Swedish Lapland which we have designed and built with our own hands. Each lodge has a unique setting and atmosphere and allows our guests to experience the genuine Lapland lifestyle. After a big day of outdoor activities, you can relax in the sauna or enjoy drinks in front of the fireplace before dinner is served by your Chef. The peace you’ll enjoy at our lodges is second to none.
FJELLBORG HOMESTEAD & KENNEL
The Fjellborg Homestead & Kennel in Poikkijärvi, where most of our trips begin and end, is easily reached from Kiruna Airport. The Homestead enjoys an ideal setting by the magnificent Torne River, which is a musher’s highway in winter, and is located just a short walk away from the world famous ICEHOTEL in Jukkasjärvi. At the Homestead you will stay in comfortable and private accommodation and have the opportunity to get to know our friendly huskies and learn about the different aspects of running a sled dog kennel.
The comfortable Väkkärä Lodge is beautifully situated on the shore of Lake Väkkärä. This peaceful hideaway offers high-standard facilities in the midst of the silent wilderness. After a day out in the snow, relaxation awaits in the wood-fired sauna and in the evening your Chef prepares delicious meals in the Main Lodge. Read more[…]
The delightful Sevuvouma Homestead is our home away from home. Situated at the foot of the impressive Vittangivaara fell – the last outpost before the great wilderness – Sevuvouma has the peaceful atmosphere of a genuine Lapland homestead. This is a place to enjoy a simpler lifestyle, reading a good book by the warming fire or exploring the surroundings on snowshoes. Read more[…]
JÄKKÄLÄ HUNTING CABIN
The rustic Jäkkälä Hunting Cabin will transport you back to a simpler time; the main cabin was built by Kenth Fjellborg’s grandfather back in the days when haymaking on the Jäkkälä bogs was crucial for the survival of both man and livestock. The Jäkkälä camp is nestled peacefully among the trees and offers a warm and cosy resting place after a full day spent on the trail. Read more[…]