The Blue Cone is built around ease and simplicity, both when it comes to material choices and design. With its spaciousness and beautiful view, it is a highly appreciated room.
The room is a traditional wooden construction with three pillars on the ground, to give sense of height and lightness whilst also providing stability. The terrain below the room is sloped, which adds to the sensation of being high up.
The long, lightly sloping ramp from the other side of the building up to the entrance means that the room is accessible also to those of you who have a disability. In addition, the room has an extra spacious and thus accessible toilet.
All of the Treehotel tree rooms have incinerating toilets and our sustainable Rukkamoinika water system with 3 litres of water for washing your hands.
Inside the room you will find a double bed where you can wake up with the spectacular view at your feet. A reflective mirror behind the bed doubles the view. You can sit in front of the large window and enjoy the surrounding environment. The room also has a sleeping loft with two single beds.
The exterior consists of pinewood shingle, a material traditionally used to cover the roofs of old houses in the area.
But how come a room named the Blue Cone is bright red? There are many stories behind the name. One is that architect Thomas Sandell used Blue Cone as a working name but that he, during the process, found a red colour so beautiful that he decided to go with that instead. Another is the fact that Mirrorcube was going to be its nearest neighbour, which meant that he felt it needed a different colour to stand out more.
If you ask us, the colour is beautiful and the brightly colourful, natural material is a perfect contrast to the smooth, shiny surfaces of the neighbouring room.
All prices include a buffet breakfast. All prices are in Swedish Kronor and include VAT. The prices below apply to the The Blue Cone.
|For 2 people||Price depending on season, from 4700 SEK|
|Infant 0-2 years||Free|
The Mirrorcube is an exciting hide-out among the trees, camouflaged by mirrored walls reflecting their surroundings.
The base consists of an aluminum frame around the tree trunk and the walls are covered with reflective glass.
The Bird’s nest is built on the contrasts between the outside and inside.
The treeroom’s exterior is nothing but a gigantic bird’s nest. It gives a camouflage so you quickly disappear and become part of the surroundings.
This treeroom’s location was based on the idea of creating a platform high up on a sharp hillside overlooking the Lule River valley.
You can reach the hut from here via a horizontal bridge among the trees. At the front of the bridge is a large wooden deck.
As you near the seventh room from below and look up at the sky, the entire underside of the building is covered by a life size photograph of the treetops as they looked before the room was put in place.
This clever camouflage piques one’s curiosity. What is hiding up there?
While working on the Bird’s Nest, which is largely in harmony with its surroundings, the idea of creating an entirely different environment was born.
And what could be more different than an UFO?
With its 52 square metres and 22 metric tonnes, the Dragonfly is without a doubt our biggest room.
Unique in many ways, this room can function both as a conference space as well as private suite.
The Blue Cone
The Blue Cone is based on simplicity and accessibility, both in terms of material and design.
The room is a traditional wooden structure with three foundations in the ground to give a sense of height and lightness, but also stability.
A warm welcome awaits when you stay at The Guesthouse. Here, you can feel at home in the preserved heritage in each of our unique rooms. And after a day of exploring and activities in our breathtaking nature, come home, kick off your shoes and relax by the fireplace.