Lucky Ranch Pyhä | You can book this igloo on Airbnb
Yurts. Shepherd’s huts. Arrangements of barns. Horse boxes. Bell tents. When it comes to glamping, we’re spoiled for choice right now, as anyone with a little bit of land and an industrious mind tries to tap into the demand for suitable vacation options. pandemics. So much so that tree houses, geodomes, and motorhomes even start to feel a bit over the top.
Step into the Lucky Ranch in Lapland’s Pyhä-Luosto National Park, where accommodation is way cooler (literally) than your average Airbnb list, with guests from the family horse farm taking refuge in their own igloo.
The igloos can accommodate up to four people each, and come cEquipped with real double beds, winter sleeping bags, LED candles and plenty of fur blankets. Fancy exploring the snow-capped Finnish wilderness? This place could be the perfect base.
Nestled among the pine forests of Finland’s oldest national park, this is a great place to view the Northern Lights. There are also plenty of activities on offer at the ranch, including snow sports, rod fishing on the ice-covered lakes, wood-fired cooking and horseback riding.
And you don’t have to do without the comforts of your home just because you’re sleeping in a house made of snow. Elsewhere on the site, there’s a cozy lounge, hot showers, and a small kitchen, while the ski village six miles away is full of bars and restaurants to explore as well.
Does that sound really cool to you? Prepare your thermals and go to Airbnb to book a stay.
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