Accommodation information

This secluded wilderness cabin is found only 9 km south from the village of Inari, in Inari Hiking Area. Nukkumaoja cabin was renovated in 1998. It is suitable for families, berry pickers and hunters. A bunk bed and a convertible bed in combined kitchen-living room. Fireplace/iron stove, gas hot plate, solar panel lighting during March-October (an other time candle lighting). Cold cellar. Wood-heated sauna in a seperate building, campfire site, smoke oven. Drinking water from the stream, in wintertime, an unfrozen spring by the path, 80 m from the cabin. Water is not examined yearly so boiling the drinking water before use is recommended.

Features

  • Candle lighting
  • Heating with wood-heated stove
  • Stove
  • No waterpipe: water must be carried from the lake or well
  • Drinking water from a water spring
  • No shower
  • Wood-heated sauna
  • Outhouse
  • LPG stove
  • Cellar
  • Not electrified cottage
  • Single cottage
  • Wilderness cottage
  • Smoke detector in the living room
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Fire blanket
  • First aid kit/cabinet
  • Carbon monoxide detector

Distances

  • Ski track 10 km
  • Snowmobile route 10 Km
  • Bus stop 10 km
  • Neighbours 200 m
  • Restaurant 10 km
  • Length of ski track 5 km
  • Nearest lake/sea/river 100 m
  • Helsinki 1155 km
  • Shop 10 km
  • National park 60 km

Details

WILDERNESS CABIN: Facilities in wilderness cabins are often more modest than in holiday cottages. Cabin is not preheated before customer’s arrival. Cabin should be cleaned by the customer during the holiday and after that. Due to long distances maintenance doesn’t check the cabin after all customers. If the cabin is not cleaned or there are deficiencies, please contact the owner immediately on arrival by calling. Please, remember to bring your own bed linen and towels (can not be rented). This cabin requires outdoor attitude and skills (how to make fire, for example). If you’re not sure, please consider another option. Water is not examined yearly so boiling the drinking water before use is recommended. For fishermen's delight, the cabin is located in the middle of good trout, grayling and arctic char waters. Siida Nature Centre and Sámi Museum 10 km. Cabin can not be reached by car; in summer distance approx. 180 m, in winter distance approx. 6 km. No boat because River Nukkumajoki is shallow and narrow and not suitable for boating. Lake Inarinjärvi 10 km. Flight services also available. Read more www.lentopalvelut.fi More information: www.outdoors.fi/en/inari

Prices

Weekprice 419 - 459€, Weekend price 153 - 286

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Reviews

Star rating given by customers 4.1 (based on 64 reviews)

100% of customers would recommend this destination.

Customer feedback: 55

  • Vesa K, Kesäkuu 2022

  • Laura V, Kesäkuu 2022

    Mökiltä löytyi kaikki mitä tarvitaan, ei mitään ylimääräistä. Maisemat kohdallaan. Paikka oli viehättävä ja mökin kuvaus osuva. Erämökin pisteitä laskee ainoastaan viereisen savottakämppien partiolaisten leiri, joka sattui olemaan juuri mökkiloman aikaan ja lasten kiljuminen ja pillien vihellykset kuuluivat mökille...See more

  • Fabrice B, Kesäkuu 2022

    A lovely hut in the forestier, as a Finnish hut should be! Wonderfull place to stay if you like nature and simple life. The confort is basic but that's why we were there...

Cottage location and nearby cottages

68°85300"N, 27°01023"E
Nukkumajoentie, 99870 Inari