Design meets adventure at this treetop hotel
- Seven unique treehouses
- Relaxation area
- Mountain biking
- Moose safaris
More than simply cabins tucked away in a forest, the rooms at this contemporary treehouse hotel in Harads are marvels of engineering and works of art, designed with sustainability principles in mind. Whether you’re relaxing on the net patio of the Seventh Room, or gazing out over the forest from the Dragonfly, your stay will be exceptional, luxurious and truly memorable. The seven unique rooms are situated above ground in a pine forest, a celebration of design, taste and nature.
The Seventh Room is located ten metres up in the trees, boasting panoramic windows, which offer views of the Lule River, and skylights in the bedrooms are ideal for admiring the Northern Lights. The patio level is a net, stretched around the trunk of a pine tree, allowing you to lie back and listen to the sounds of the forest. The room itself is luxuriously modern with Scandinavian wood and fine textures.
The other vastly different rooms include The Cabin, The UFO, The Bird’s Nest, The Mirror Cube, The Blue Cone and the Dragonfly.
Britta’s Pensionat, a short walk from the rooms, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in a 1930s-50s setting. The menu changes daily according to what fresh produce is available. Guests can enjoy the bar, television area, sauna and relaxation area. There are a variety of activities for guests to participate in depending on the season, including hiking, mountain biking, moose safaris, fishing and photography.
The treerooms in the natural forest were built with minimum impact on the surroundings using material and construction techniques with as little environmental impact as possible. The rooms were built on live trees without destroying the tree and no trees were chopped down. Throughout the process, local construction companies were used for the build.
The electricity at the hotel is supplied locally from green hydroelectric power and the lighting consists of low-energy LED-systems. Each room has a modern, environmentally friendly combustion toilet where everything is incinerated at 600 °C. Bathrooms have water-efficient sinks with running water sufficient for washing hands and brushing teeth. All wastewater is collected in a container that is emptied daily.
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