cottage, Inari, 2+2 persons

300 km to the north from Rovaniemi, 13 km to the north from Ivalo, river Ivalojoki delta/lake Inarijärvi 27 m, deep beach, mud bottom, own rowing boat, pier.
Round log cabin, built in 1985.
Living room with sofa bed and spreadable wooden sofa (width when spread 120 cm), kitchen (no door), sauna and covered porch. Shallow loft with two mattresses. The loft is suitable for children and, for example, luggage storing.
Cooking hut and smoker. Light fireplace in the living room, wood stove in the kitchen. Lighting by using rechargeable lamps. The water in the well has not been investigated that is why it is best to bring own drink water. Sointula is located in the fishy river Ivalojoki delta area and is therefore a good base for fishing customers. Also, larger water areas of lake Inarijärvi are easily accessible.
Fishing: Trolling allowed in lake Inarijärvi with special angling permit granted by Finnish Forest Administration (Metsähallitus); destination 1580 Inarijärvi ( or with fisheries management fee (when using only one rod). In addition, the Village Association of Koppelo sell fishing permits to its own water areas. Koppelo boat ramp 3,5 km.

Hunting: Small game hunting area: 1612 Tsarmitunturi (
Services of Ivalo 13 km. Saariselkä 45 km.

Basic information

Location: Inari
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Type of holiday home: cottage
Name of holiday home: Sointula
Living area: 35 m²
Number of bedrooms: 0
Number of beds: 2
Number of additional beds: 2
Year built: 1985
Features of the destination: fireplace
Sauna: indoor sauna
Rental number: 868696


Pets allowed: allowed
Leisure-time activities: ice skating, downhill skiing

Pricing information

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Prices shown as provided by the landlord. The final price will be confirmed upon reservation.
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  • € 383/week
reservations updated 24/09/2020
reservations updated 24/09/2020

The destination is rented out by

Lomarengas Oy
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Sörnäisten rantatie 29
00500 Helsinki
Tel. 0306 502 502
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