CHARMING LAPLAND LODGE IN IDYLLIC LOCATION
The cosy Sorbyn Lodge is the perfect base from which to explore Swedish Lapland. Located on the shore of Lake Vitträsket in the village of Sorbyn about 1 hours drive from the regions capital of Lulea. This owner run boutique hotel has 8 well equipped, recently built hotel rooms in an annex adjacent to the welcoming main lodge aswell as 5 timber cabins within the grounds that are perfect for families.
The cusine at Sorbyn Lodge is of specific note, the restaurant Kallkallan (meaning The Spring) constantly strives to develop locally inspired recipies. Kallkallan's ingredients are mainly organic and produced from the surrounding area and farmland. Guests at Sorbyn can take full advantage of the prestine rural location and on-site facilities. The wood-fired, traditional Swedish sauna on the shore of the lake is a must-do experienence for any visitor to the lodge, those brave enough can take an arctic bath in the lake before returning to the sauna.
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Run by friendly locals from the village of Sorbyn, this boutique hotel feels like a home from home for any visitor. Prepare yourself for typically warm Swedish Lapland hospitality, coupled with fine cuisine and an array of exciting activities on the doorstep.
With only 8 hotel rooms and 5 cabins the hotel never feels crowded. With a friendly atmosphere in the bar, lounge and restaurant area you can easily spend an evening by the fire place swapping stories from the days exciting excursions.
Snowmobile through the frozen forests, glide along trails and portages with a team of huskies under your command, cross country ski from the lodge itself through tranquil forest tracks before returning for a traditional Swedish wood-fired sauna.
Snowmobile Safaris through Swedish pine forests
Husky Sledding (Mushing) with your own team of dogs
Northern Lights Viewing
Ice-fishing for Arctic Char (any catch can be prepared by Sorbyn's chefs)
Traditional wood-fired sauna on site by the shores of the lake
Winter Survival Skills Course