Guests can choose between eating at The Old Homestead or the main restaurant, The Veranda, while excursions frequently include simple snacks or lunches, like a cinnamon roll or slices of pork heated over an open fire. An eight-course menu based on the eight Sami seasons is served to guests at The Veranda, the chef’s table. At Icebar, the entire glassware is made of ice, so you can enjoy a delicious cocktail or a glass of champagne.
Lappland is Sweden’s largest province and makes up about a quarter of its land area. Lappland’s largely untamed natural beauty is what sets it apart from the other 24 provinces. It truly is the landscape of the great expanses and has seven national parks, where, among other things, hunting is completely prohibited. The province attracts tourists who want to go hiking in the mountains, go fishing in secluded lakes, and, of course, see the Northern Lights. It is also referred to as Sápmi and is the native land of the Sami people, who have inhabited it for many centuries.