Treehotel in Harads, Sweden
In the middle of unspoiled nature near the Lule river in Harads is the beautiful Treehotel. As a unique hotel experience, Treehotel has six extraordinary tree rooms, each suspended 4-6 meters above the ground, which are accessible by ramp, bridge, or electric stairs. There are also 9 rooms in the main building, Brittas Guesthouse. Each tree room is a unique creation by Scandinavia’s architects, making it one of the most incredible and exceptional hotels in Sweden. With stylish and eco-friendly accommodations,as well as magical views of the forest, Treehotel offers total relaxation to its guests.
There are plenty of activities for guests to take part of, such as guided tours, forest hikes, mountain biking, white water paddling, sea kayaking, and zip lining. Guest can relax or be as adventurous as they feel. The Treehotel restaurant is open year-round offering delicacies from the Swedish Lapland and Swedish cuisine. This place is where to go to enjoy the serene environment and rejuvenate alongside nature. Whether you like speed and adventure or tranquility and calm, a stay at Treehotel offers an experience that will be hard to forget.
Location of Treehotel
Nearest Airport: SFT
Amenities for Treehotel
- On-Site Amenities
- Mountain Biking
- Nature Walks
- Bike Tours
- River Rafting
- Wildlife Viewing
- Nature Hikes
- Bush Walks
- Meeting Room
- Conference Facilities
- Nature Reserve
- Active & Adventure
- Eco Friendly Luxury Vacations
- Honeymoons & Romance
Reviews for Treehotel
We (2 adults, 3.5 yr old and 1.5 yr old) stayed for a long weekend at the beginning of September. We had originally booked the ufo for the 3 nights we were there but Britta kindly suggested with 2 small children we'd have more room in the Dragonfly. We were lucky enough to experience both and whilst the dragonfly is spacious and modern, the ufo is truely unique and magical (although not that practical with small children!). Britta and her team are incredibly accomodating, from booking our transfers to and from the airport, to cooking seperate meals for my partner (vegan), myself and the children, and even warming up our baby food for us! The surroundings are beautiful and peaceful, the staff are lovely, nothing is too much trouble and the treehouses are truely unique and a must visit.
Naomi_L1976 - Manchester, United Kingdom
Certainly one of our most unique hotel experiences. We were in the mirrorcube, which is just big enough for two people. After checking in it's a 5 minute walk through a trail in the woods to your treehouse; each one is unique so I'd look for reviews mentioning the specific one you're planning to stay in. The Mirrorcube is quite small but comfortable. Be prepared for a gentle swaying if it's windy, but don't worry the construction is very sturdy. The Mirrorcube is also the only house with no incinerating toilet (as the other ones have), so the bathroom is a little tough to use. We used the public toilets instead, which were fine (read other reviews for descriptions of the incinerator function). Overall, a truly unique experience.
Anand C - London, United Kingdom
which is a line in a poem by WH Auden about herds of reindeer. this is very different. Completely stunning. Britta's pensionat is perhaps best thought of as a museum to 50's Swedish interior decor (and I'm old enough to recognise some of it) Lovely small dining rooms and sensational food. We stayed in the Mirror Cube - which is beautiful particularly from the outside. It's really not so comfortable inside: do bring those eyeshades! We then stayed in the Cabin - where the internal architecture was much more comfortable, if the outside is less beautiful. We hired a car in Lulea - dead easy in summer. We drove to Sroforsen - which is magnificent, and to Jokkmokk (great walk - and museum. We had great weather) and to Gamalstad - fascinating. Great stuff. I would have felt a bit hemmed in if we hadn't had a car. the mosquitoes were a problem. My husband bought a great hat/net thing from the shop in Harads. It does mean that you can't sit outside and read a book.We didn't get the hike we'd tried to book. The communal showers were fine. It's not cheap and perhaps the saunas ought to be included, but then Sweden is very expensive generally for a post referendum brit. My sister asked "what sort of tribe was there" and it was a good question. Black polo-necks, experience seekers, it's wonderfully empty. Britta is a great host - and the chefs and staff are great.
sarahF5906GX - London, United Kingdom
We, in a family of 5, stayed in the renowned treehotel for 2 nights at the UFO and the 7th room respectively. Due to the fear of mosquitoes in northern Sweden in summer, we just planned to stay there for 2 nights only, which in hindsight is too short. As a matter of fact, Mosquitoes weren't that horrendous then (mid August). We wish we could stay in 7th room for at least 1 more night. We rented a car and drove directly from lulea airport. The drive was easy and scenic. It's better to go with a gps, however, smart phones with Google is good enough for navigation. Though the mobile service did cut off half-way, google can still guide you till you reach the treehotel unless you need a rerouting then. We did drive to Storforsen Nature Reserve using our smart phones but our phones couldn't connect to service there and we needed the vehicle GPS to guide us back. Be warned and prepare to use vehicle GPS or other offline navigation guide if you plan to drive there. We met Britta once we parked our car outside Brittas Pensionat. she gave us a warm welcome and asked if we were ok whenever she met us. All the staffs there were really nice though all of them were busy. It's a bit of a challenge to pack light for staying in the UFO. The hotel did offer to store our luggages in a room at Brittas pensionat but We chose to leave the bulky ones in the car and stuffed the necessary items in backpacks for our 1-night stay. We arrived late so we had our dinner before heading to the UFO. It's getting dark then and we found it quite exciting to find our way thru the forest (actually the path is easy just keep walking straight ahead you will find the site with tree rooms). It was quite an adventure to us as we were not accustomed to walking in the forest after sunset. At night, UFO looks the most amazing and surreal among all rooms there. The kids as well as adults were overjoyed with the loft-type ladder. It took quite a bit of strength to push open the doors of the room and closing them also required some skills. All rooms are not far from each other. The UFO, 7th room and the mirror cube are in the same cluster. Within a short walk you'll reach the sauna and the shower area, visits were to be scheduled. We didn't use it as we had already been very tired then and the 7th room that we would stay later contains a shower. The interior of the UFO is bigger than expected. Tall n big guys may find it crammed but five of us, being short and small, managed to get a good sleep there. Moving to the 7th room was uneventful. The staffs will move the luggage, even the bulky ones for guests, as the 7th room is much bigger and equipped with a lift for luggage. The decor and layout of the 7th room is modern and convenient. Lighting and air conditioning there are good. The level of comfort is beyond compare. It was spacious for 5 persons but one of them has to sleep in the bed located in the living room and the windows there are not furnished with curtains or blinds. Rubber slippers, a hairdryer, 2 binoculars were available. Rubber slippers are necessary for you to step on the net with metal supporting rings. Going barefoot hurts. Both rooms use Cinderella, the incinerating toilet. it is a unique and interesting experience. The shower in the 7th room worked well. However, it is probably a storage water heater so that the hot water may get used up and heating another tank of water takes time. Beds in both rooms, as well as some local branded hotels in Sweden, are not the supportive type in those international hotel chains and maybe too soft for some. In August, berry shrubs were found just outside the rooms, simply amazing. We loved the breakfast there, scrumptious and refilling was quick especially when Britta was there. Kudos to the chef who cooked us the delicious reindeer on the first night and the tender moose on the 2nd. The desserts were the best during our 2 weeks' trip in Sweden, even better than the Michelin starred and the 5-star hotel restaurants. Though there's no menu to choose from and we ate what the chef prepared, we, including the kids, loved all the courses we had in 2 nights. We might be able to try the Arctic char or pike if we stayed there longer. My son and husband the evening fishing with Kent. While Kent is an expert in fly fishing, my family members aren't but they still managed to catch a few and grill the big one on site. My husband and son had a blast and highly recommended the activity. The stay in the treehotel was fun, just don't expect for any luxurious experiences.
Adrianmama - Hong Kong, China
Our family had an absolutely wonderful time at the Treehotel! It was lovely to walk through the woods and stumble upon each of the rooms. The 7th room had two rooms and a living area. It is one of the rooms that also comes with a shower. The netted area around the tree between the two rooms was a great place to hang out with the kids & watch the sky. The view from both the rooms was stunning. Britta the owner was extremely helpful in arranging a fishing outing for the family. The Storforsen around an hour away was an excellent nature reserve and falls with plenty fire pits if one wanted to enjoy some BBQ. Highly recommend!
radhakrg - Saratoga, California