Köksdelen med braskaminBäddsoffa, 120 cm säng

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Stugan ligger på en ö i Torne älv, tre km från Jukkasjärvi och Icehotel. Två andra stugor på gården, annars inga grannar inom synhåll. Till stugan kan transport bokas med båt sommartid och skoter vintertid för 500 kr/enkel väg. Stugan är nyrenoverad.

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Stugan har el men inte rinnande vatten. Med vattendunkar med tappkran i kök och i bastun samt varmvatten i bastun så blir det nästan lika bekvämt som hemma. Rent vatten hämtas direkt från älven men vi fyller upp vatten åt Er före ankomst.


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Accommodates: 4
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 1
Bed: 4
Room type: Entire home/apt

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3 nights minimum stay

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Jochen User Profile
February 2017
The house was beautiful. You live without water and on a island. The water you got out of the lake with a bucket. If you prefer hotels then it isn't nothing for you. We like this kind of holiday;)

Katharina User Profile
November 2016
We had a great time in the stuga on the island. It is a really peaceful and remote place - if you're looking for that it is just great!! We felt safe and welcome and the communication in advance and especially during our stay was really good. We could always call and the staff was really helpful and nice. We liked it to light a fire everyday and to get water out of the hole in the ice. Seeing the northern lights at night, standing on the ice, made our stay there really special!!

Possawat User Profile
October 2016
Cozy Safe and very natural. That's how my parents would this trip in Kiruna. Gunnar's team was a travel agency which helped us out on all our needs. Including changing the place to stay. Seeing Aurora Borealis with the help of Gunnar's team was a nice experience and a once a lifetime exp for my parents :)

Catherine User Profile
July 2016
We had an amazing experience there! We had everything we need for an experience in nature! Gunnar was also really helpful and manage everything perfectly before going there. He was not there when we arrived but there was someone working there who helped us with our luggages. We did not stay at the cabin on the picture but at camp aurora at the Riverside cottage!

Anaïs-Lisa User Profile
January 2016
Flat is managed by a tourism agency. We haven't met Gunnar. Communication was very poor among the members of the agency. Flat was fine, but the sauna and the microwave is not working.

Anthony User Profile
January 2016
Wow, where do I begin? Remote? VERY. On the edge of your comfort zone? VERY. One of the most amazing experiences you can have? Absolutely! Going in the dead of winter was the plan. We wanted the experience of being out of contact with the world for a few days. Secluded. Alone. We wanted to see the Northern Lights. We arrived at the airport in Kiruna in -28c. You disembark the airplane on the tarmac so the cold was a smack in the face...prepare. We were met and shuttled to the main office in Kiruna (the city that will soon be moved..yes, the ENTIRE city..but that is another story) Met the office ladies, paid for our excursions and got the cold weather gear. NOTE: they didn't tell us that all the gear we needed-snowmobile snowsuit, boots, gloves, hats, socks, goggles-would be provided. So you can pack a little lighter if you are coming in winter. Then onward to the snowmobile shed outside of town. The guide pulled up in a snowmobile with a sled attached to the back. It was filled with snow! He dug out what he could, put our bags in and we hopped in and off we went. it was around -30, near 2pm and getting dark. We traveled through the forest, through the most beautiful, rugged country until we got to the river. The river is (URL HIDDEN) looks like a lake. In the middle of winter it is frozen a meter thick..but traveling over it still freaks you out for a while..knowing that you ARE ON A RIVER IN A SNOWMOBILE. He drove us right up to the cabin. Unloaded, a quick tour of the place- where we could find extra wood, where the water hole was -yes, no running water!!! You get your water from the river. There is a hole cut out in the ice for you to fill your container. Make sure the guide get you at the least two containers per day for your use...you don't realize how much water you use until you have to carry it from a frozen river. Showed us how to turn on the sauna (totally necessary out here) and pointed down the river and told us where our pick up location for the tour to the Ice Hotel was...sort of..NOTE: you have to walk 1km on the frozen river to the road for your pick up if you book one. They do not pick you up at the cabin! I have outdoors training and experience...if you don't, this isn't for you. You need to know how to make fire, strong enough to carry wood and water, long walks, and solitude. This isn't "glamping"..this is the real deal. Oh, and by the way..it got to -40! No kidding.. CONS: -They screwed up our reservation and we didn't get the cabin that we paid for. We got a smaller one. -No Aurora-its actually not a given. -You have to bring in your own food. Going back? Absolutely!

Maike User Profile
January 2016
Me and my boyfriend stayed at the hut for one week in January 2016. It was one of the best holidays and experiences we ever had! The hut is located on an island in the middle of a frozen river. To get there you have to walk over the ice and then you reach the lonely place. The hut is new renovated and has everything you wish for (except tap water ;)): an oven, an own sauna, kitchen with kitchen aids, a couch, fire wood and so on... As I said there is no tap water so we had to take the water from the frozen river. I never did that before but it was great to see how good that worked. The conversation with Gunnar and his team was very good and they helped us with every problems we had (e.g. gave us advice where and when we could see the Northern Lights, how to fill up water, drove us to the hut via snowmobile sled...). The week we chose was a good time to see the Northern Lights (two times), exactly in front of the hut!!! During the day we had -20 to -32 degrees. It was fucking cold but the overalls we got from Gunnar kept us warm. Walking distance to the Ice Hotel and the Ice bar is 1 hour from the hut. But there's also a bus going there (2 stations, 18 swedish crowns per person). On our last day we went on a husky-tour (musher for a day). I can recommend that tour because it was great to drive your own sled and be surrounded by lots of cute huskies. We booked the tour in advance on (URL HIDDEN) We will always remember one week of fun and adventure! And definitely would come back one time!!!!

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Gunnar User Profile

Jag driver turistföretaget Kiruna Guidetur AB där vi säljer snöskoterturer, hundspannsturer, norrskensturer, Icehotelturer etc på vintrarna och fjällvandring, midnattsolsturer, kanoting, mountainbiketurer på somrarna. Vi har också några fantstiskt fint belägna stugor vid Torne älv, det är dessa vi hyr ut via Airbnb. Jag är också politiker i Kiruna vilket är otroligt intressant, inte minst med tanke på den stadsflytt som vi står inför.

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