Logger’s Lodge is a private eco-luxury wilderness lodge for two, with 5 kilometers of nature separating the cabin from its nearest neighbor. Situated in the middle of the forest with zero light pollution, the lodge’s location is ideal for viewing the northern lights.

The clean air and total silence of the surrounding area make this a perfect spot to promote deep relaxation. A wood-fired sauna and outdoor hot tub are available to you for private use at any time, day or night.

Using ingredients traditional to Swedish Lapland, your private chef will serve organic, gourmet meals directly to your table in the lodge.

Should you need anything during your stay, the lodge is equipped with an iPad from which you can send a message. The host, who lives 150 meters away, will be happy to assist you.


• Glassed-in fireplace in the centre of the cabin
• King-size continental quality bed from Ekens
• Swedish design classic Lamino lounge chairs
• Sonos sound system with Spotify
• Wi-Fi internet access
• Bean to cup coffee machine
• Silent mini bar with a selection of beers & wines
• Mini shop with local Sami handicraft


Back in the day, timber floating was a common way to transport timber. The timber floated inland from the forests on flowing streams and rivers to sawmills on the coast.The people who worked with timber were known as loggers and they had a very hard, and often dangerous job. Walking on rolling timber and breaking up log jams could sometimes result in drowning.

Strategically placed logger’s cabins close to the rivers and streams were built during the 1940’s. In the 70’s and 80’s this method of transporting timber stopped as trucks and trains took over. Logger’s Lodge is an original timber cabin from 1942 with a big central fireplace in the middle of the cabin.

This cabin served as a temporary home for up to 16 loggers, all of whom slept on bunk beds after a hard day’s work. Everybody had his own cast-iron pan and sat around the fireplace to cook food. You can still feel the history in the building and in the surroundings that reminds you of another era.

Today the lodge is carefully renovated to a romantic luxury suite for 2. The exterior timber logs are painted in the Swedish traditional falu red paint and the pine interior walls are burnt to emphasize the beautiful pattern in the wood.

The Bodträskå stream that floated the timber is just a stone’s throw away from the lodge.