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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

2A Edeforsvaegen
960 24
Harads, Sweden

Nearest Airport: SFT

Amenities for Treehotel

  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Deli
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Winery
  • Activities
  • Excursions
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Mountain Biking
  • Stargazing
  • Nature Walks
  • Bike Tours
  • River Rafting
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Meditation
  • Zip-Lining
  • Paddleboating
  • Nature Hikes
  • Bush Walks
  • Business
  • Meeting Room
  • Conference Facilities
  • Nearby
  • Nature Reserve
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • Eco Friendly Luxury Vacations
  • Honeymoons & Romance

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My husband and I stayed in the 7th Room and loved every minutes of our two night stay. Our only disappointment was that we could not stay longer. We arrived late afternoon and after a warm welcome from the staff and being suited up with warm snowsuits, we headed to dinner. The staff had been told in advance that I do not eat red meat and every accommodation was easily met. Sebastian is a wonderful chef and out meals were excellent. When we arrived at our room, driven up by the staff, our luggage had been delivered dry and warm. It is a bit of a challenge up the stairs, there are lots of them, but luggage goes up and down very a crank elevator. For two of us, the 7th Room is like a very large suite. After dealing with the "fire toilet" the first time, we caught on fast without a problem. We found the beds comfortable and loved everything about our room. As it was very cold, we generally called for a transport to the hotel and a staff member arrived promptly. We had book two outside activities, ice fishing and a photography evening. We simply loved, Michael, our fishing guide. No matter we didn't catch anything. Ice fishing was a new adventure for us and it did not disappoint. My husband is the camera buff and he has returned home with wonderful hints for night photography in our home city, Chicago. We were so cozy in our room, we almost didn't go to our sauna afternoon. That would have been a mistake. I particularly loved the sauna and didn't want to leave. A charming room to relax and have refreshment. My only suggestion would be to provide slippers for walking to the hot tub. We were faced with either wearing our boots or going barefoot the few short feet to the tub. We chose bare feet. Probably not a very safe choice as it was slippery. We could not be happier that our travel experts recommended our stay at the Tree Hotel. It was the highlight of our Sweden/Norway trip.

jsl190 - Chicago, Illinois

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We went in January 2018, stayed in the Birds' Nest, which was incredible. First night was the Pizza Making, where you're left to your own devices in the basement of the main lodge, in presumably what was an old baking cellar. The dough is there, plus a full range of toppings, and you load your own creations into the wood burning oven, on the traditional pizza peel. Wine and Beer were left with us, on an honour system to pay for. This is a good introduction to the place, it has a gentle feel, but with some self-sufficiency too. Don't be expected to be waited on, hand and foot. The tree houses themselves are off in the woodland, about 5-10 minutes away, so we took ourselves off there at the end of the night, with our bags. Crunching through the snow, not quite sure what to expect, we followed the trail of lights... The Birds Nest has a steep loft-style ladder to get up to it, but it was no problem, especially with rucksacks, but we even managed smaller suitcases and carry-on bags with no difficulty. They can supply rucksacks there if you want to decant suitcases into them, but we didn't bother. Inside it's very compact, and barrel-like, but they you are inside a tree, so what would you expect? There are 2 bunkbeds on one side, with a toilet and mini-bar area. The other half is closed off by sliding doors, and has the double bed. The bunk beds were fine for our 6' son. There's not much storage, so be prepared to keep things in your bags. Again, that Swedish attitude of just getting on with it came through, with a very clean, minimalist style. The staff were fantastic, Therese, in particular was really friendly and helpful. She even came back out to help fix a sauna problem that we had, despite having cut herself rather badly lighting all the oil lamps for us. We did the snowshoe walk with Eli, and that was incredible too - he offered a range of routes to us, and we chose the long way round, hiking for 4 hours through the woods and over the frozen river, where they had pitched a tent with a wood-burning stove in it, on the ice, for delicious coffee, hot lingonberry juice and warm cinnamon buns! It was the coldest day of the year, at minus 33 deg C, so this was great. Make sure you dress with thin layers, preferably with merino wool next to the skin. I had cold fingers and toes at times, but nothing terrible. The cold is so dry, it doesn't get into you. They also have a range of jackets, gloves, boots and even full environmental suits if you want to borrow an extra layer - which we wore on the next trip: We went out on the evening snowmobile trip with Eli again and Ariane (?), which was real thrill-a-minute stuff. It was planned to see the Northern Lights, but it was snowing that night, and therefore cloudy, but we went for the trip anyway - well worth it! Again, more cinnamon buns and coffee at the top of a mountain, round a fire built on snow! The overall vibe is very relaxed, meals and trips were flexible in their timing, and the staff were uniformly really friendly and just delightful to be with. Excellent English spoken everywhere. Due to the intense cold, and ecological situation there, there's no flush toilets outside the main building. Instead, in the rooms and saunas, the toilets have mini incinerators built in. There's a bit of a knack to them, but it's an ingenious, odour-free and very clean solution. Breakfast was a home-made buffet, warm bread, fantastic Swedish butter, scrambled eggs and bacon, plus pancakes, cheese, cereals, cold meats, and so on. Evening meals were 3 courses, of a single local speciality each night, - we had reindeer the first night, and moose the second, but they had no problems making a vegetarian option for one of our party. The meat was delicious. Just let them know in advance - nothing seemed too much trouble. My overall sense was that this was a really genuine place, run by a local family; and they have chosen to make something unique at a manageable scale, to ensure it kept its personality. Go with an open mind, and you'll be rewarded with the experience of a lifetime. And, book early... we booked 9 months in advance! It's that good.

TechnicalBoy - London, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

We arrived as part of a group on a surprise trip and had no sense of the hotel right up to driving onto the forecourt of the Pensione. This is a unique place with a totally unique experience awaiting travellers. Every room is an individual treehouse designed by a local architect and every room is considered, sustainable and exquisite in its own right. We were a group of 4 couples and consequently got to see 4 of the 8 three houses and everyone of them had their own special qualities and space nestled in the tree tops We spent a night in the Mirror Cube and every planned experience was superbly managed and this is a bucket list hotel if ever there was one, definitely enhanced in a winter setting!

Allan M

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

We stayed in the Mirrorcube and it was a beautiful, relaxing, friendly experience. The structure itself is so impressive, cosy without being claustrophobic and with a great viewing platform on the roof for watching the stunning sunrise/sunset. I could imagine it not being for everyone, this is not a luxury experience, the treehouse has a toilet but not a shower (although the shower block is very close by) and to get to your meals three times a day, you have to expect a little hike through some steep and slippery terrain. But that said, the food was exceptionally good. Sebastien is a brilliant, creative chef and however hungry you are, they won't let you leave feeling unprepared for the walk back. This is such a beautiful part of the world and this is a great way to experience it. For us, two nights was perfect. The sauna was fantastic and well worth booking out. The service was relaxed, friendly and helpful.

Jon S

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

Well seeing was believing. My daughter and I stayed in the Birdnest which is as incredible in reality as what the photos show. The whole treehouse hotel setting is mind blowing and truly unique doubly so against a white snowy backdrop. Mia who greeted us is a gem- nothing was a problem( I even got laundry done). The costs is well worth the experience.One point which other reviewers have made is while each treehouse has their amazing features you need to bear in mind some limitations for example with both the Birdnest and UFO access is via a high steep ladder which may not suit all( having said that the staff were great and delivered our 2 big suitcases for us). I am so glad I got the opportunity to do this once in a lifetime experience and would definitely recommend it to anyone who is looking for something unique. Thank you Mia and all the staff at the Treehouse for making this a magical Christmas for my daughter and I.

661geethan - Canberra, Australia

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