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At the beginning of wilderness one finds Dalens Gård Mountain Lodge, a rustic and homely Scandinavian lodge with a multitude of adventures in the close surroundings. Ideally located in the picturesque rural village of Edsåsdalen and with the ski town Åre and its world class restaurants, spas, plenty of small boutiques and great night life in only a 20 minutes drive. The lodge is a secluded place for cosy overnight stays and weeks full of outdoor adventures.
At Dalens Gård Mountain Lodge there is a fireplace, a sauna and many cozy corners to relax at. In the dining area there is a fully equipped kitchen. You sleep in comfortable beds in rooms with Scandinavian interior and view over the mountains. The lodge has three twin rooms with private bathrooms (one with an extra sofa bed), one twin room with shared bathroom and one four-bed room with private bathroom.
Due to COVID-19 we currently rent out Dalens Gård Mountain Lodge to groups only. The lodge can facilitate 12 + 1 persons in five bedrooms. Please send us an e-mail for enquiries.
Minimum amount of nights: 3
Cleaning is included in the price.
Sheets/towels can be added for an extra fee.
No pets allowed.
3-4 nights: 2 145 sek/night
5 nights or more: 1 950 sek/night
3-4 nights: 2 530 sek/night
5 nights or more: 2 300 sek/night *
Christmas, New Years & Easter
3-4 nights: 2 970 sek/night
5 nights or more: 2 700 sek/night
Sheets/towels can be added for 150sek/person.
For bookings outside these weeks, please send us an enquiry.
The history of the lodge dates back to 1913 when it was a magnificent hotel during the last period of mining at Fröå Gruva, next to Mt Åreskutan. The mountain rests in a trough of copper ore and the first finds were made in the Fröå area in 1744; mining soon began and was carried out over three centuries. After the mine closed in 1919 the house was sold and placed in Edsåsdalen, along the old village road a bit further up the slope. Settlements of the foundation can still be found. In 1930 the house was repositioned to where it stands today – welcoming guests to Dalens Gård Mountain Lodge and Edsåsdalen.