In our tradition of small wooden houses all over the world, Dihan’s wooden chalet comes from far-off Scandinavia … It’s a kota: translate “hunting hut” in Lapland. This hexagonal shaped chalet, made of raw wood and half logs of wood, native to Finland where the forests are particularly well managed, is a traditional hideaway.
This hexagonal chalet, made from natural wood and half-logs, hails from Finland where the forests are particularly well managed, and is a traditional shelter. Indeed, different forms of this fishing or hunting cabin (some resembling a tepee) were used in Lapland for over a century. The Saamis, native to northern Scandinavia and Russia, used the cabins to smoke meat (such as reindeer) and fish.
Come and stay in Santa Claus’ Brittany residence and the Snow Queen’s favourite unique place to stay, in the Morbihan, between Carnac, Quiberon and the Gulf of Morbihan, together with its Spa, wellness centre, and outdoors activities!
Chalet rental details: click here or on the photos below.