Residing 100km from Kiruna, the small and friendly Abisko Mountain Lodge can be found in the wilderness of Swedish Lapland, offering mountain views and a warm welcome. Your hosts, Dick and Mina Johansson are so passionate about the environment in which they live and have made a huge success of this very special lodge.
The lodge is around 4km from Abisko National Park, famed for its hiking trails in the summer and ski trails in the winter. The beautiful natural scenery of Northern Sweden is just a short walk away.
- The lodge consists of one main building and a handful of smaller outer buildings. In the main building, you will find 20 rooms, the reception lounge, restaurant and the bar area
- The chefs here take great pride in the food, making great use of local and seasonal produce and traditional Swedish recipes. Breakfast is served buffet style, whilst lunch and dinner are set menus (lunch can also be provided to take with you on your daytime excursions)
- The lounge area in the lodge offers comfortable seating and a TV; perfect for socialising and relaxing in the evening. The bar area is located nearby, serving a range of beers, wines and spirits
- In one of the outer buildings, guests can make use of the sauna which is heated daily. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout and there is also a drying room for guests to store outdoor clothing
Guest room types
Twin and double rooms: There are 20 rooms in total at Abisko which are simple and modern, mainly providing twin beds, en-suite shower room and clothes hooks. There are only a handful of double rooms at the lodge with the remaining rooms offering twin beds only (it is not possible for these beds to be made up as double due to the shape of the room). There are no televisions in the rooms as all guests are encouraged to gather in the communal areas in the evenings. The package price is based on a twin room; if you would like to upgrade to a double room, a supplement will apply.
Superior rooms: The lodge also has a small collection of superior rooms, which are located opposite the main lodge building, only a short walk away. The superior rooms are larger and slightly more modern in style, enjoying all of the same amenities as the standard double or twin rooms, as well as tea and coffee making facilities. Superior room upgrade prices are available on request.
Winter Cottages: The Mountain Lodge also has four cottages which guests can book. These are a short walk from the main building and are simply furnished. Each has a mezzanine sleeping level which sleeps up to four people in single beds and there is also a double sofa bed downstairs along with a kitchenette and sitting area. The cottages have a toilet and a sink, but no shower facilities. Guests staying in the cottages have access to the showers in the nearby sauna building. These are open to all guests and not private to those staying in the cottages.