Live high up in the trees at Treehotel – surrounded by the spectacular nature in the north of Sweden!

The hotel where nature and imagination welcome you. Living in treehouses high up in the tall pines in northern Sweden has never been as easy as it is now.

The hotel where nature and imagination welcome you.

Living up in the tall pines in northern Sweden has never been as easy as it is now.

Look out over the spectacular Swedish nature from The Mirror Cube or The UFO.

Watch the northern lights light up the sky above you and your scooter, or take the family on a fishing trip and learn all about the berries you pick along the way. You will be guaranteed to be inspired by the surroundings and experiences at and around Treehotel.

Treehotel welcomes you to experience nature in the most memorable and unique way you can imagine, whether you are looking for adventure, a relaxing break from everyday life or just to enjoy nature, the surroundings and the hotel’s restaurant.

All tree rooms have incineration toilets and the sustainable Rukkamoinika water system with 3 liters of water for hand washing.

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Experiences beyond your expectations

The changing seasons offer you fantastic experiences in the beautiful nature. Regardless of whether you are looking for excitement and adventure, or if you are looking for peace and opportunity for reflection, Treehotel will show you the charm of Norrland.

Here there is a large selection of different activities between the seasons to surprise you and your expectations. The activities capture the uniqueness of each season and highlight the best of the beautiful nature with everything from Western-style horseback riding in the summer to backcountry skiing in the winter.

The Mirrorcube

The room is surrounded by mirrored walls that both reflect and hide in the surroundings.
On the outside, the illusion is given that it is glass from floor to ceiling. But on the inside the walls are covered with light plywood and on three of the walls and in the ceiling there are windows.

The Mirrorcube

Mirrorcube is a really different tree room, a cube of 4x4x4 meters. The room is surrounded by mirrored walls that both reflect and hide in the surroundings. A tree trunk grows through the room and around it an aluminum frame forms the base of the room. All walls are covered with mirrored glass.

On the outside, the illusion is given that it is glass from floor to ceiling. But on the inside the walls are covered with light plywood and on three of the walls and in the ceiling there are windows. Fortunately, on dark evenings when the light is on, you can actually sense that someone is moving around inside the mirrored windows that are not wall-clad.

An exciting detail that also hides behind the mirror facade is a balcony that allows you to be outside the box without being seen.

Mirrorcube is excellent accommodation for two people. There is a double bed, toilet and seating for socializing.

The Mirrorcube room was created by Bolle Tham and Martin Videgård and built by a local Harad company.

Facts: The Mirror Cube

  • Year of construction: 2010
  • Architect: Tham & Videgård Bolle Tham & Martin Videgård
  • Intended for 2 people. Double bed.
  • Construction company: Bomek AB
  • Lighting: Studio Lyktan

The 7th Room

The underside of the room shows a life-size photo up against the pine tops as it looked before the room came here. The stairs up are on several floors with vantage points.
Inside the room there are panoramic windows facing the river valley, northern lights windows, and in the bedrooms skylights facing the bright summer night sky.

The 7th Room

This wooden hotel’s seventh and newest room, a suite created in different levels of experience. The underside of the room shows a life-size photo up against the pine tops as it looked before the room came here. The stairs up are on several floors with vantage points.

Inside the room there are panoramic windows facing the river valley, northern lights windows, and in the bedrooms skylights facing the bright summer night sky.

In the middle of the room is a terrace made up of a mesh floor with a naturally growing pine tree in the middle. Through the mesh floor you can see 10 meters down, and behind a transparent railing the Lule river valley spreads out. Dizzying, awesome and completely safe to be on. In addition, almost mosquito-free as the mosquitoes do not move this high up.

The room has 100 square meters of building space, of which 75 square meters is living space. Here there are five beds distributed over two separate bedrooms with two beds in each, as well as a 120 cm wide extra bed in the lounge.

The room is characterized by Scandinavian woods and textiles. The facade consists of a black burnt wooden surface which is completely different compared to the other rooms.

An extra cozy factor in the 7th Room is a temperature-controlled fireplace that starts automatically if the temperature drops on a chilly winter evening. In summer there is built-in AC, but you can also let the summer breeze blow by opening the large sliding doors that face the night terrace from both the lounge and the two bedrooms.

7th Room is created by Norwegian Snöhetta.

Facts: The 7th Room

  • Year of construction: 2016
  • Architect: Snøhetta
  • Intended for 5 people. Two double beds and a sofa bed.
  • Construction company: Vittjärvhus
  • Lighting: Studio Lyktan

The Bird's Nest

Here you really get the feeling that you are one with nature with time to yourself – in a giant bird’s nest up in the trees that no one can see into.

The Bird’s Nest

The Bird’s Nest room is created to blend into nature as invisibly as possible. A room for insight more than view. Here you really get the feeling that you are one with nature with time to yourself – in a giant bird’s nest up in the trees that no one can see into.

You get into the Bird’s Nest via a ladder and hatch through the floor. You then close the gap between you and the outside world.

Despite being such a compact room with small windows, it feels surprisingly bright thanks to the interior and the windows, which both let in light and offer the opportunity to look out.

The room is popular with families with children, but is also suitable for 4 adults. What you may need to know is that two of the beds are curved according to the shape of the wall.

For those who live in this room, large suitcases can stay in the luggage room in the farmhouse. You will be grateful for that when you have to carry the pack with you on the ladder and through the hatch.

The room is 17 m2 and can have separate bedrooms with the help of sliding doors. There is a toilet and also soft seating where you can enjoy the view from the windows.

Bird’s Nest is designed by Bertil Harström, who also made our UFO and the sauna buildings.

Facts: The Bird’s Nest

  • Year of construction: 2010

  • Architect: Inredningsgruppen Bertil Harström

  • Intended for 4 people. Double bed and 2 single beds

  • Construction company: Hugos Trä

  • Lighting: Studio Lyktan

The Blue Cone

The long, gently sloping ramp from the other side of the building up to the entrance makes the room accessible even for people with mobility impairments. There is also an extra spacious toilet here, which makes it easily accessible.

The Blue Cone

Blue Cone is based on simplicity and lightness, both in terms of material selection and design. With its spaciousness and beautiful view, it is a much appreciated room.

It is built of a traditional wooden structure with three foundations in the ground, to give a feeling of height and lightness, but at the same time stability. Below the room, the terrain slopes, which gives the feeling that you are high up.

The long, gently sloping ramp from the other side of the building up to the entrance makes the room accessible even for people with mobility impairments. There is also an extra spacious toilet here, which makes it easily accessible.

In the room there is a double bed where you wake up with the view at your feet. Through a reflective mirror behind the bed, there is a double effect of the view. In front of the large window you can sit and enjoy nature.

The room also has a sleeping loft with two single beds.

The exterior is made of pine shingles, a material that has historically been used as roofing on old houses in the area.

But why is a room named Blue Cone bright red? The stories are several. One is that the architect Thomas Sandell used the working name Blue Cone, but during the course of the work found such a beautiful red color that he would rather use. Another is that knowing that the Mirrorcube would stand as the nearest neighbor made him think it needed to stand out a bit more to be seen.

We both think that the color is beautiful, and that this colorful natural material is a perfect contrast to the smooth shiny surfaces that adorn the neighboring room.

Facts: The Blue Cone

  • Year of construction: 2010
  • Architect: SandellSandberg
  • Intended for 4 people. A double bed and 2 single beds in the loft.
  • Construction company: Svartlå Byggkonsult
  • Lighting: Studio Lyktan

The Cabin

The Cabin is 24 m2 and has room for two people, with a double bed, toilet and terrace.

The Cabin

The Cabin is one of the most romantic rooms. This double room is designed like a capsule that appears among the trees as you come along the path from the Treehotel’s main building.

The location was chosen based on the idea of ​​creating a platform high up on a steep slope with a view of the Luleälven valley. It gives you as a guest a magnificent view from the room, but also a cool entrance.

From ground level, a long bridge leads up to a door, seemingly standing in mid-air. Behind the door hides the stairs down to the room, and a balcony with seating. Many happy couples have both proposed and exchanged engagement rings here over the years.

The room itself hangs slightly offset, below the deck. Partly to visually reduce the volume and partly to give the tree room its own expression. Inside the room, the bed is centrally located, with large windows and a view from a high altitude over the forest and river. There are comfortable seats in front of the windows.

The Cabin is 24 m2 and has room for two people, with a double bed, toilet and terrace.

The Cabin is designed by Mårten and Gustav Cyrén.

Facts: The Cabin

  • Year of construction: 2010
  • Architect: Cyrén & Cyrén, Mårten Cyrén & Gustav Cyrén
  • Intended for 2 people. Double bed.
  • Construction company: Vittjärvhus
  • Lighting: Studio Lyktan

The Dragonfly

The Dragonfly is our second largest room, with an area of ​​52 square meters and a weight of 22 tons.
The room is mainly used for private accommodation but can also function for the small conference with up to 6 people.

The Dragonfly

The Dragonfly is the second largest room, with an area of ​​52 square meters and a weight of 22 tons. The room is mainly used for private accommodation but can also function for the small conference with up to 6 people.

There are 4 beds spread over two bedrooms, one of which has a view directly from the bed towards the Lule river valley, the other towards the soothing rustling forest.

A 15 meter long ramp takes you up to Dragonfly and ends with a small patio outside the door. Here, too, rings have been exchanged and proposed over the years.

Inside the room, large panoramic windows offer an excellent view of the river valley. In some places the light falls in a way that makes it almost feel like you can touch the trees outside. Even in the toilet with its own shower, you have a fantastic view of tall pines and the Lule river.

The room is built in wood with a sheet metal facade that has turned rust brown over time and makes the room blend in with the pines. Dragonfly is so spacious that it is suitable for two couples, 4 friends, a family or as a gathering place for larger groups living in several rooms.

The Dragonfly room was created by the Finnish architectural firm Rintala Eggertsson.

Facts: The Dragonfly

  • Year of construction: 2010
  • Architect: Sami Rintala, Rintala
    Eggertsson Architects
  • Intended for 4 people. 2 double beds or 4 single beds.
  • Construction company: Vittjärvhus
  • Lighting: Studio Lyktan

The UFO

The UFO is created based on the idea of ​​being the most unexpected thing you can meet in the forest.
And what could be more surprising than a UFO hovering between the trees?

The UFO

The UFO is created based on the idea of ​​being the most unexpected thing you can meet in the forest. And what could be more surprising than a UFO hovering between the trees? The room is a contrast to the camouflaged bird’s nest designed by the same architect, Bertil Harström.

The room is cast in durable composite material. Everything to create as light, but at the same time strong and durable, construction as possible.

In the UFO you are transported to a space-inspired world with a starry sky on the ceiling and interior and textiles with the same theme. The room has small windows that let in light and through which you can look out. Here you can also feel how the UFO moves as it hangs on wires and braces from the trees.

The UFO has room for five people, with a double bed and three single beds. This is one of the most popular family rooms but is also suitable for groups of adults if the people in the single beds are not that tall.

You get into The UFO using an electrically powered retractable ladder and a hatch in the floor. As in Bird’s Nest, large suitcases can stay in the luggage compartment.

Facts: The UFO

  • Year of construction: 2010
  • Architect: Inredningsgruppen Bertil Harström
  • Intended for 5 people. Double bed and 3 children’s beds.
  • Construction company: APC Composite
  • Lighting: Studio Lyktan

Treehotel

Treehotel in Harads is approximately 70 kilometers, or one hour by car, from Luleå (Kallax) airport.

Tree hotel
Edeforsväg 2 A
960 24 Harads
Sweden

Telephone: +46 (0)928-103 00
Email: booking@treehotel.se
Website: treehotel.se

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