5. Floating cabins at Naturbyn (Värmland)
‘Naturbyn, meaning nature village in Swedish, offers a ‘back-to-basics’ experience where visitors will live and breathe the surrounding nature. With cabins situated on land, floating in the water and even up in the trees, this is not an average campsite. Visitors will find this hidden treasure in the midst of the Swedish woods, where they can also enjoy activities including canoeing, swimming, hiking, and relax in the sauna. Read more.
6. Immerse yourself in the landscape at KABIN (Gästrikland)
Just over two hours north of Stockholm in Lake Fjärden stands KABIN, where guests will be situated on an isolated island surrounded by nothing but lush greenery, towering pine trees and nature’s silence. Guests can soak up the sun on the terrace, forage for berries, plunge into the lake, star gaze whilst lying on a springy bed of moss, island-hop by canoe, fish or light a romantic campfire before retiring to bed. Read more.
7. Be serenaded by nature at Vallen Remote Hotel (Hälsingland)
Located in the fairy-tale forests of Hälsingland, this 17th-century farmer’s cabin offers a unique experience in typical Swedish surroundings, with an inspirational mix of classical and contemporary Swedish design. Nature is literally on the doorstep here. Wander through the tall spruce forests whilst being serenaded by nature’s music, or take an idyllic bike ride to a nearby lake for a refreshing dip. Read more.
8. Indigenous experience at Sápmi Nature Camp (Swedish Lapland)
The award-winning Sápmi Nature Camp, owned and operated by a local Sámi family, encourages guests to experience the arctic indigenous life in this Laponia World Heritage Area. Offering both autumn and winter package tours, visitors will experience vast, unique landscapes with unspoiled arctic nature where Sámi people have lived for thousands of years. Read more.
9. A one-room hotel at Falknästet (Skåne)
At the far end of the Kulla peninsula, next to Sweden’s highest located 16th-century lighthouse, lies this breathtaking hotel, consisting of only one room. The hotel is a former observation bunker from the cold war that has been rebuilt and repurposed. The windows face the sea, so guests will witness the sun setting below the horizon, making it the perfect place for a romantic stay. Read more.
10. Digital detox in the Hermit Cabin (Gotland)
In the northeastern corner of the island of Gotland – less than one hour’s flight from Stockholm – the remote peninsula of Furillen can be found. In the wild landscape around Furillen, the Hermit Cabin offers a real off-the-grid vacation. Strip away from Wi-Fi, running water and electricity; this is an opportunity to truly relax in nature. Designed by Mats Theselius, this is widely recognized as one of the best digital detox holidays. Read more.