Discover Eastern Norway in the Pan Treetop Cabin
While the western parts of Norway are more popular among tourists thanks to their fjords and Northern Lights, the east of Norway still has plenty to offer with the largest belt of forest in the world. And one of the best ways to experience the wilderness in by staying in one of the Pan Treetop Cabins.
Resting on a foundation of stilts, the Pan Treetop Cabins give guests a stunning birds-eye-view of Norway’s Finnskogen forest and surrounding landscapes below. The two a-framed shelters are perched off the ground, accessed only by a spiral staircase, and feature everything you’d need for remote living.
All cabins are 40 square metres in size and come with a shower, a kitchen and three separate sleeping quarters, so ample room for the whole family or a large group of friends. With comfortable beds and large windows, the Pan Cabins offer guests the chance to wake up to a panoramic view over Finnskogen every morning.
In contrast to the dark exteriors, the interiors are clad in pale plywood panels, while triangular glazing frames the neighbouring canopies. The angle and placement of the cabins have been carefully adjusted to provide the optimum level of natural light. Not only does it add ambiance, it also heats up the living area in the process.
A stay at one of the Pan Treetop Cabins will set you back £445 a night. Surrounded by trees and trails, Pan offers plenty in the way of activities too, with everything from hiking and climbing, to fishing and canoeing/kayaking available. Book now over at the Pan Website.
Another treetop abode in Scandinavia, take a look at ‘The 7th Room’ by one of our favourite interior design houses, Snøhetta. Hovering 10m above a forest in the Swedish wilderness, the treehouse hotel offers incredible views over Lapland.