Tundrea cabins and apartments offer a choice of timber-built accommodation which is quintessentially Lappish. Tundrea is tucked away at the foot of the Saana Fell – arguably the most iconic fell (hill) in Lapland – and sits at the banks of Lake Kilpisjarvi, offering sweeping panoramic views of the Arctic landscape. Steeped in myths and legends, Kilpisjarvi is the last outpost of Finnish Lapland; located in the far north, just above the tree line - a real example of 'True Lapland' - ideal for the adventurous.
There are a number of family accommodation options available at Tundrea, depending on your budget and party size. Each cabin or apartment is inspired by the local surroundings and offers a quiet space in which to unwind and enjoy quality family time. Most rooms or cabins come equipped with a traditional sauna and all have Wi-Fi access.
Saana Cabins (sleep 4-8)
The detached Saana cabins are the most exclusive of Tundrea's offerings and are perfect for larger parties, comfortably sleeping up to eight persons in four twin rooms. With a generous living area for relaxing after a day's activities and a balcony which overlooks the Arctic landscape, these cabins are a fantastic option for your stay in Lapland. Meals are served in Tundrea's restaurant, a short walk away. The cabins are equipped with a private sauna, television, clothes drying cupboard and fireplace.
Malla Cabins (sleep 4-6)
The Malla cabins (named after the legendary local giant) have two twin bedrooms and a spacious mezzanine level with two further beds - ideal for parties of six people. A stone fireplace at the heart of the cabin's living area creates a cosy place to unwind after the day's activities and for adults to relax in after the little ones have gone to bed! Meals are served in Tundrea's restaurant, a short walk away. The cabins are equipped with a private sauna, television, clothes drying cupboard and fireplace.
Malla Premium Cabins (sleep 4-6)
Perfect for families looking for a more luxurious getaway! Although the floor plans of the Malla cabins and Malla Premium cabins are the same their interiors differ: Premium cabins are furnished in a contemporary Scandinavian style with traditional carvings and Aurora skyscapes adorning the walls. Meals are served in Tundrea's restaurant, a short walk away. The cabins are equipped with a private sauna, television, clothes drying cupboard and fireplace.
Apartments (sleep 3-4)
The Tundrea apartments are in an ideal spot, nestled amongst Tundrea's collection of cabins. The layout is simple and works perfectly for a cosy stay in Lapland; a mezzanine sleeping level for two people and an open-plan living and kitchenette area which converts into a sleeping area for two more people. Meals are served in Tundrea's restaurant, a short walk away. The apartments are equipped with a private sauna, television & clothes drying cupboard.
Penthouse (sleeps 2-3)
The Tundrea penthouse offers fantastic views over Lake Kilpisjarvi with the Saana fell to the east. The penthouse offers a simple layout and has everything you need for a cosy stay in lapland. This accommodation is not suitable for those with mobility issues as there are a number of steps to the room. Meals are served in Tundrea's restaurant, a short walk away. The penthouse has a kitchenette.
Wau House (sleeps 2-3)
Newly built in the summer of 2021 and offering the highest standard of accommodation in the area, the Wau House at Tundrea is a pinnacle of design and luxury in Finnish Lapland. Based over two floors, the upper floor has a double bedroom with glass roof, from which you might see the Northern Lights or do a spot of star-gazing. Downstairs there is a seating area with views towards Saana Fell and space to sleep two more people. Meals are served in Tundrea's restaurant, a short walk away. This accommodation may not be suitable for those with mobility issues. Features include a glass-domed roof, private sauna, views of Saana Fell, kitchenette, balcony area.
Tundrea also features a lakeside hot tub, for which reservations and payment can be made locally. Meal times are often staggered during December to avoid congestion in the restaurant.