Best Finland holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Finland
Gella Serviced Apartments OfficeLocated in and around Helsinki, these self-catering apartments offer fully equipped kitchens, flat-screen TVs and DVD players. Dishwashers and washing machines are also included. All apartments feature free WiFi and free wired internet.Book now
WeHost Eerikinkatu 48Offering free WiFi and city views, WeHost Eerikinkatu 48 is an accommodation located in Helsinki, just 1.3 km from Helsinki Bus Station and 1.6 km from Helsinki Music Centre. Providing private parking, the apartment is 800 metres from Kamppi Shopping Centre.Book now
De Gamlas Hem Hotel & RestaurantDe Gamlas Hem Hotel & Restaurant is located near Oulu city centre, 1.5 km from Oulu City Hall, in an old building dating from 1906. The hotel offers a bar, á la carte restaurant as well as meeting rooms and facilities for groups and events. Free WiFi is available and guests can borrow bikes to explore the surrounding area.Book now
Courtyard Tampere CitySituated in Tampere, 200 metres from Tampere University, Courtyard Tampere City features accommodation with a restaurant, private parking, a fitness centre and a bar. Among the facilities at this property are a 24-hour front desk and room service, along with free WiFi throughout the property. The accommodation provides an ATM, a business centre and luggage storage for guests.Book now
House Olkka by the riverOffering mountain views and close to the river, House Olkka by the river is an accommodation set in Rovaniemi, 5 km from Santa Claus Village - Main Post Office and 8 km from Arktikum Science Centre. This self-catered villa features a garden.Book now
Polaris Homes, Apartment A 2Set in Rovaniemi, 600 metres from Arktikum Science Centre, Polaris Homes, Apartment A 2 offers accommodation with a garden, free WiFi and a 24-hour front desk. The air-conditioned accommodation is 8 km from Santa Claus Village - Main Post Office.Book now
Charming holiday homes in Finland, the land of 1000 lakes
The “Land of a Thousand Lakes” is particularly popular with guests who want to do water sports, hike, ride a horse or cycle in fascinating surroundings. More than 188,000 lakes with impressive panoramas are at your disposal if you fancy kayaking or sailing. There are also many holiday homes in Finland near the lake, so imagine how beautiful it is when you wake up in the morning and the light of the rising sun drives the haze out of the water before you jump into the cool water. Are you interested in our private holiday apartments in Finland? Then reserve your favourite accommodation now, because such dream homes are quickly sold out, especially during the main travel seasons. And our apartments in Finland also give you an exceptional travel experience – similar to couchsurfing in Finland, but with much more comfort and privacy.
Discover the diversity of Finland by staying in a private apartment
Whether you decide for a holiday apartment in Varsinais-Suomi, an apartment in Uusimaa or a chic accommodation in Kymenlaakso depends on your preferences and your travel planning, as Finland is a year-round destination. In the summer months fascinating places like Helsinki, the capital of the country, or the artist city Porvoo lure, while in the winter e.g. Lahti is interesting, if you want to ski. Lahti has already hosted numerous Nordic World Ski Championships. Or how about an Apartment in Nordsavo? If you want to see as much as possible during your trip through Finland, your travel agenda will soon be bursting at the seams, because our holiday apartments in Finland are located in a region of Scandinavia that is full of sights worth seeing. Take e.g. Lapland in the north: The capital Rovaniemi is located in the immediate vicinity of the Arctic Circle – an ideal location if you want to observe the magical northern lights. Also worth seeing: the Santa Claus village in Rovaniemi.
Apartments in Finland: Sights worth seeing and interesting in the Land of the Northern Lights
In western Finland lies the town of Rauma, founded in 1442 and the third oldest town in the country. It is particularly worth a visit for its wooden old town, which was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1991. Richly decorated facades and exceptionally well-preserved buildings will inspire you when you choose a holiday home in Finland in this area. If you want to explore the more densely populated southern Finland, you have plenty of possibilities: Kerava is not far from Helsinki and is one of the smallest municipalities in the country. The city is known nationwide for its beer and the regular garlic festival. Hämeenlinna lies on the shores of Lake Vanajavesi with its 13th century brick castle and medieval atmosphere: Book your apartment in Finland quickly and soon embark on a voyage of discovery through this fascinating country.
Latest reviews for places in Finland
Very warm welcome. The place was clean and we have been given good advises good visit Helsinki.Jean-Michel reviewed Sea Pearl in Ullanlinna