Tradition Hotel Kultahovi Inari
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
TravelPod Member ReviewsTradition Hotel Kultahovi Inari
Looking out of the room and dining room at the silver river Rapids as the sun sets in the west. Just magic!! Excellent restaurant, sauna in each room. Lovely forest walks, just outside our door.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Tradition Hotel Kultahovi Inari
Travel Blogs from Inari
Slept well with the soothing sound of the river. We slept in and after Peter finished his work conversations we went to the supermarket in town for a few essentials and then to the Sami Museum. It covered the indigenous cultural groups of northern Scandinavia, who had written language (engravings on stone) 200BC. There was also beautifully …
We had a day traveling north through the forest to Inari, in the centre of Sami culture, in Lapland the far north of Finland. There we frequent sightings of reindeer on the road, walking along the road and beside the road. Reindeer of all color variations from albino, to grey, brown and almost black coats. Reindeer with fawns, half grown, males …
... last Ice Age. There are 75,000 of them today, most living in Norway. The Sami village & museum, SIIDA, made us familiar with their history & culture as well as the nature of northern Lapland. The best part was a brilliant photography display of the changing seasons, showing the landscape, vegetation, wildlife etc for each month of the year. After this, we ...
... had lunch of reindeer stew. Didn't want to even think about where the meat came from. Actually reindeer is very gamely and not particularly pleasant. That's it for me - no more reindeer. In the afternoon we took a 2 1/2 hour cruise on a catamaran on Lake Inari. Luckily the rain has passed and it was a very enjoyable trip out to one of the over 3,000 islands, which we climbed, with great views of the extent of the lake. With the sun ...
... glass igloos. People come here in winter to lay in bed to see the northern lights. How amazing would that be. We arrived late in the afternoon at our accommodation in Lake Inari. Our rooms overlook the river running into the lake. It is such a beautiful & peaceful location surrounded by forest and water. Tomorrow we explore Lake Inari which. is 80kms long and 50 kms wide with 3,000 islands scattered through the lake. Great location for bush walking and ...