Relish the peace, privacy and romance of a remote forest hideaway, knowing someone is always available to discreetly meet any needs. Combining excellent service with welcome seclusion, the best of both worlds is possible at this lavish, eco-friendly log cabin in Swedish Lapland, where rustic living can be sophisticated too.
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Once used as a base for loggers floating wood to sawmills, this 1940s timber cabin was a home for 16 people. Now it sleeps just two. Owners Eric Borg and Jörgen Drugge have transformed it into an inviting rural escape, with furnishings made from driftwood and a glassed-in fireplace as the show-stopping centrepiece.
Although distractions have been stripped back, technical innovations still have their place: a Jura bean-to-cup coffee machine, Sonos surround sound system and adjustable mood lighting will all enhance your stay.
The nearest neighbour is 5km away, but Eric and Jörgen can be hailed with the touch of iPad, to set candles around a Jacuzzi, stoke up the wood-burning sauna or prepare a gourmet meal to be enjoyed with fine wines from a regularly replenished mini bar.
Ice fish, snowshoe or explore the woodland on skis, or visit in summer for a chance to row downstream underneath the midnight sun.