We are a cozy and romantic little hostel. It is located along Highway 4, Inari municipality, Kaamanen village. Kaamanen village has about 200 inhabitants. The inn doors are open all year round.
We offer a variety of options for spending time in nature enchanting Lapland. They have a few bikes that you are able to use to get around. The nearest town is Inari, which is about 30 km from Kaamanen. There are buses that do go from Kaamanen to Inari a few times a day. There are hiking trails in Inari and as well a wonderful museum of the local Sami culture. Around the Inn you will have the opportunity to bike around and see the beauitful lakes as well as walk a bit around the forest. If you are looking for a quiet, peaceful and tranquil spot this is a great opportunity for you!
Kaamanen is known for versatile species of birds. We have a bird feeding station behind the house. So don't forget your binoculars.
Hospitable service creates a relaxing atmosphere. You are welcome to visit at any time of the year!
24 beds in our main building
9 beds in our Log cabins
33 beds in our youth hostel (rooms for the summer, June-Sept)
We have a traditional smoke sauna, electric sauna, a traditional Finnish sauna
Sandy beach and a lake
Full-service group restaurant, which can accommodate up to 50 people at a time
Conference room for parties, weddings and training.
The hostel is operated by Agle and Mika who own the place to.
There may be an opportunity to see Northern Lights!
Cooking / shopping
Help in the house
Helping with Tourists
We appreciate help in the kitchen and with housekeeping.
Finnish, Estonian and English, a little Russian to
We offer a romantic Log Cabin for stay, use of a shower and sauna in another building(traditional Finnish sauna and electric sauna).
Come and discover the magic of Northern Lights in the rustic Lapland. The locals here are with warm and open hearts.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
More than two
They will get to taste some great traditional Finnish food as well as have the opportunity to explore northern Lapland.
5 hours per day