The cabins at Jeris are set in the Pallas-Yllas National Park – Finland’s third largest National Park and a true winter wonderland. Thick forest and glistening lakes blanketed in deep snow surround the cabins, offering picture-perfect views like no other.
The traditional-built timber cabins vary in size depending on occupancy, but each has the comforts which will make it a typically Finnish stay: a private sauna, a log burner, and a drying cupboard for snow suits.
Your transfer from the airport will take you to the main hotel building, from where help will be on hand to take you and your luggage to your cabin. A welcome pack of tea and coffee and firewood will be in your cabin, and further supplies of firewood can be purchased locally at the hotel if you wish. Meals are taken at the hotel’s restaurant, except one night when the dinner will be in the lakeside restaurant.
Cabins are roughly a 15-minute walk from the main hotel building and so may not be suitable for those with mobility issues. A shuttle bus to the main hotel building operates, though times are yet to be confirmed.
Cabin (Sleeps 3-4) / Cabin (Sleeps 4-5) / Cabin (Sleeps 5-7)
The Jeris cabins offer a comfortable stay and a warming retreat after a day playing in the snow! Unpretentious and typically Finnish, the cabins include everything you will need for your Lapland stay. Each cabin includes a private sauna, a log burner and en-suite shower room. Beds are typically in a twin arrangement, with children sleeping on a ground-level bed box.
Sauna / Log burner
Aurora Dome Glamping
Duration: 1 night
Gaze up at the Northern Lights from your bed on this overnight glamping experience. Based on the shores of Lake Jeris, each pod sleeps 2 adults and 1 child.
Reservations are dependent on availability and one of our experts will confirm