Brändön Lodge and Pine Pay Lodge are located on the coast of Swedish Lapland overlooking the sea and islands of the Luleå Archipelago and the Bay of Bothnia. With a total of 1,300 islands and only 100 residents it is a unique environment which is great for boating out door life in summer and autumn. From December to April the sea around the island freezes up to a meter thick which is perfect for winter activities.
Brändön Lodge The main building is a log cabin that includes a restaurant and a lounge and relaxation area. Surrounding the main building are 15 cabins overlooking the sea. Each cabin has been recently renovated and includes 1 one bathroom, two bedrooms with 2 single beds in each room, a lounge room and a front facing covered porch. The single beds in one room can be made up to a double. Winter clothing is provided to all guests and Brändön Lodge is the departure point for a wide range of fantastic activities all year round including their signature archipelago pack ice snowmobile tour in the winter. Our Sami friend Henrik Andersson, always keeps a few of his reindeer in the winter months. They are very friendly and this give all our guests a chance to meet and feed them. This is very popular amongst our guests.A wide range of activities is available in winter, summer and autumn. More information.
Pine Bay Lodge Our secret hide-out away from it all, located on the coast to the north of Brändön Lodge. At Pine Bay Lodge we have 11 hotel standard rooms including singles, doubles and one family room. Restaurant, bar and wooden-fired sauna. Exclusive and very Swedish and overlooking the Luleå archipelago. Pine Bay Lodge is a small hotel with a home like feel. Enjoy fantastic food and some of Sweden’s most unique activities. More information