Loggers Lodge is a private eco-luxury wilderness lodge for two, with 5 km to closest neighbour. Located in the middle of the forest with zero light pollution makes it ultimate for northern lights watching.

It’s a perfect place to relax at, with total silence and clean air surrounding you. A wood-fired sauna and an outdoor hot tub can be used anytime you prefer.

Your private chef will serve organic and traditional Swedish Lapland gourmet food directly to your table in the lodge.
In case you need something, just send a message on the iPad and your host that is living 150 meters away will 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


Timber floating was back in the days a common way of transporting timber. The timber floated on the flowing streams and rivers from the forests inland to sawmills on the coast. The people that worked with this was called Loggers and it was a very hard and often dangerous job. Walking on rolling timber and try to break up log jams could sometimes
end up with drowning.
Strategically placed loggers cabins close to the rivers and streams was built up during the 1940´s. In the 70’s and 80’s this method of transporting timber stopped as trucks and trains took over. Loggers Lodge is a original timber cabin from 1900 and was later moved to this location.
This cabin was the temporary home for up to 16 loggers, sleeping on bunk beds after a hard days work. Everybody had their own cast-iron pan and sat around the fire place and cooked food. That’s the reason there is a big central fire place in the middle of the cabin. You can still feel the history in the building and in the surroundings that reminds you of historical times.
Today the lodge is carefully renovated to a romantic luxury suite for 2. The exterior timber logs is 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 the timber floated on are just a stone’s throw away from the lodge.