Aurora glamping has arrived in Northern Europe with the launch of new Aurora Domes in Finnish Lapland.
Set on the edge of Lake Torassieppi, the completely insulated, igloo-shaped tents have one transparent wall and face northwards for prime views of the unpolluted skies.
Stylishly decorated with a husky or reindeer theme, there is a double bed, space for two extra beds, and a wood burning stove.
Guests can retire to their Dome after dinner in the restaurant, 100 metres away in the Torassieppi Winter Village, and re-join fellow travellers for breakfast the next morning. Loo, shower and sauna facilities are located 50 metres from the Domes.
This extraordinary choice of accommodation costs from £115 pp., and can be tailored into The Aurora Zone itineraries in Torassieppi, Harriniva or Jeris.
The magical seven-night Lakeside Auroras costs from £1,815 pp. (two sharing) including return flights (London), transfers, accommodation (Dome supplement applies), half-board and six lunches, Aurora photography workshop, Aurora campfire, 17-km husky safari, Northern Lights minibus hunt, reindeer farm visit and sleigh ride, snowshoe hike, spa, smoke sauna, and delicious locally-sourced food
A room with a view (well nearly)