Cabins in Äkäskero

Nature resort cabins (4x2prs.)

At the foot of Äkäskero fell, between two small lakes, we have traditional cabins for rent year-round. The cabins have one bedroom each with a double bed. All cabins have a spacious living room, an open plan kitchen, sauna, and bathroom/toilet. Pränttikero has two toilets, one on each floor. During the winter season we offer reasonably priced dog sledding and snow mobile tours at our dog camp, a 20-minute car ride away.

The cabins are located in the Pallas-Ylläs Fell National Park, which means that hiking and skiing options in the surrounding nature are excellent. There are several trails leaving from the area into the national park. Ylläs ski slopes are located less than 30 km away, Levi slopes just short of 60 km away. The nearest supermarket and town are 24 km away in Äkäslompolo. The cabins have a view onto the small lake of Pekanjärvi, and the pier leading into the lake is shared by 4 cabins. The waterfront is grown in with hay, so swimming is possible from the end of the pier. There is a bigger lake, Kerojärvi, just a couple of hundred meters away.

Outside the winter season we also rent out our new log cottages in the Husky Village. As the name gives away, these cottages are located by our dog camp, which allows you to observe our dogs from a very close distance. These modern cabins have three bedrooms each, thus holding 6 people per cabin. The cabins also have spacious common rooms with a fireplace, fully equipped kitchens, and two bathrooms each. You’ll find the Husky Village cabins here.

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Cabin, 1 bedroom

Cabins, 1 bedroom

Living room has a sofa, bedroom has a double bed, the cabins also have an electric sauna, bathroom/toilet, small kitchen and a decked patio.

  • 2 people, 53 m²
  • Fireplace
  • Stove, but no oven
  • No barbecue
  • No smoking
  • A pet allowed
  • 1.5. – 30.9. 675€/week + final cleaning 95€
  • 1.10. – 30.4 980€/week + final cleaning 95€
  • bookings of less than a week are also possible

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