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Lake Inari Mobile Cabins

Sarviniementie 110, Inari 99870 Finland
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#1 of 19 Speciality lodging in Inari
Sense the arctic and sleep well in a unique mobile cabin on the ice of legendary Lake Inari (Dec-April)! Privacy, wide natural landscape and with just a little bit good luck: the northern lights. Warmly welcome!
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Free parking
Free internet
Ski rentals
Shuttle bus service
BBQ facilities
Non-smoking hotel
Ski school
Car hire
Shared bathroom
Shared kitchen
Shared lounge / TV area
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Clothes rack
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Languages Spoken
English, Finnish, German
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ziyuanw2016 wrote a review Mar 2020
Hong Kong, China12 contributions
We visited Lapland in Feb and it was purely for aurora chasing. We werent able to see the northern light at Rovaniemi or Saariselkä and Lake Inari was our last stop. It turned out to be such an amazi experience. I wish we could stay there for some more days. Everything about it, really, i mean everything, was perfect. The lounge is cozy, you can cook your own meal or join the others by open fire. They even have a small sauna outside. You can book it, use it, and jump into snow after it, in a real Finnish way. We started to be dragged to the middle of the lake at 8pm and stayed there till 8am in the morning. The sky was absolutely clear and we could see the milky way with naked eye. 10mins after we were on the lake, a very weak green light started to rose from the horizon and eventually became an arc. The light lasted for more than 6 hours. Last but not least, Esko and Sam are the best hosts. They were so nice and friendly, always ready to help. I wish they could see this post. Thanks for the great memories!
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
ClareMarie_16 wrote a review Jan 2020
Warrington, England, United Kingdom13 contributions9 helpful votes
Our stay at Esko’s Cabins was simple incredible. This was our first trip to Finland, and we were mesmerised by its beauty. We flew into Ivalo airport, and after a night there we made our way from Ivalo bus station to Inari where Esko picked us up. On arrival he showed us to our cabin. It was perfect, lots of room for our luggage, a very comfortable bed, toilet, colour changing lights, and beautiful views from the huge windows. We headed over to basecamp. The attention to detail and design here was amazing. There was space in the communal area to relax with a full kitchen to use as needed with tea and coffee available. The toilets and showers are here too with all you could need, towels, slippers, shower gel, etc. There are also show suits, boots, socks and gloves and high vis jackets available to use too. We arrived early afternoon and used the kick sledges to explore. We headed down to the village (about 1km away) and went to the Siida Museum which was great (nice café too). We then headed down the road and had few drinks in PaPaNa (bar and pizza restaurant). Our first night we chose to eat at the cabins in the BBQ hut. Our food was cooked on the open fire in the middle of the hut whilst we chatted and drank local glogi – a wonderful experience which I would highly recommend. The time came to go out onto the lake. Flasks were available to make up, and we sat on the bed whilst being towed out into the darkness. It was an awesome experience to be there on the lake. The sky was star filled and magical, with just a hint of the aurora for us (an excuse to return to try again). We stood outside and took in the silence and stillness of our surroundings which was incredible. Breakfast was great and nothing was too much trouble – we were so well looked after. Our trips and transport were all booked and we paid for it all (by card) at the end of our trip. We went out into the forest and did some skiing which was fantastic – the beauty of the landscape was just amazing. We were picked up for our snowmobiling trip. This was across the lake and was such fun, we saw reindeer roaming around and stopped for a drink at one of Finland’s wilderness camping sites. We spent some more time in the village, having a meal and drinks. The hospitality from everyone we met was second to none. Of course, I must mention the sauna. This is log fired and simply wonderful. Standing out in the snow then getting into the sauna was an experience not to be missed. The team were exceptional, we were made so welcome and really switched off from the world for our stay. It was such a special trip and we couldn’t recommend it highly enough. Thank you Esko, Samsa, and Sari
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Date of stay: January 2020
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VictorJVillar wrote a review Dec 2019
76 contributions8 helpful votes
Incredible experience. No words to describe how amazing it is to be alone sleeping in the lake at night. Besides we were very lucky to see northern lights and it was really incredible experience. Also, we have a great dinner with Sambsa in a traditional small wood house. The owners are really committed with their job and it is amazing!
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
Sebastian P wrote a review Feb 2019
48 contributions5 helpful votes
This is a „must“ if you are looking for unique experiences. What a great idea to build mobile cabins for an overnight stay on frozen lake Inari. One of my all time travel highlights. The cabins are super cozy and very tidy and have a chemical toilet (just in case). The owner-couple is very nice and friendly and helpful. Of course this is an adventurous thing and not a 5 star hotel experience. I strongly recommend to see it when doing a Lapland tour!
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Date of stay: February 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Alban wrote a review Dec 2018
Malmö, Sweden39 contributions7 helpful votes
Very unique cabins and sleeping conditions. You get pulled out in the evening to the lake. And they come and get you in the morning. The cabins are nice and warm and very comfortable beds and pillows. Very cozy inside. We were very lucky to enjoy a beautiful 2 night show of northern lights and incredible one night of shooting stars. It was like watching a movie from your warm bed. Very intresting experience. Beside the cabins. The host was incredible. Very guest friendly and knowledgeable people. The owner build those cabins by himself wich I was very impressed by. They were very helpful with everything that we needed. I want to thank them for giving us an opportunity to experience something different.
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Date of stay: December 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Frequently Asked Questions about Lake Inari Mobile Cabins
Which popular attractions are close to Lake Inari Mobile Cabins?
Nearby attractions include Siida - Sami Museum and Nature Center (1.1 km), Pielpajarvi Wilderness Church (1.4 km), and Juutua Nature Trail (4.0 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Lake Inari Mobile Cabins?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, shuttle bus service, and free internet access.
What food & drink options are available at Lake Inari Mobile Cabins?
Guests can enjoy barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Lake Inari Mobile Cabins?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Lake Inari Mobile Cabins?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restaurant Aanaar / Tradition Hotel Kultahovi, Hotel Inari, and Papana.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Lake Inari Mobile Cabins?
Yes, guests have access to a sauna during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Lake Inari Mobile Cabins?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, and Finnish.
Does Lake Inari Mobile Cabins have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the lake view available here.