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Red Riding Hood’s forest
In the frost-dusted woodland of Swedish Lapland, the Treehotel comprises six unique tree houses suspended in a centuries-old pine canopy. The most storybook is The Blue Cone, a contrarily red birch structure that is accessed by a bridge, with a minimalist yet luxurious interior. Explore the surrounding wilds on a sleigh ride or ice-fishing excursion, but don’t worry, there are no big, bad wolves.
Insider tip: Anything from the local-produce menu can be brought to your room for a cozy night in.
From SEK3,300; treehotel.se
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The Treehotel’s tree house themes include a UFO, a mirror-walled cube and a bird’s nestcredits
Photographs: Peter Lundström