Enjoy the winter idyll in the far north with this holiday home for up to ten people in Lapland.1/5Holiday with a large group of people
Finland | Discover Finland together with friends. These holiday homes have at least four bedrooms and therefore offer plenty of space for several travellers.
Per week from USD 678show 212 offers
Houseboat for up to six people on a calm lake in the heart of Finland.2/5Without solid ground
Finland | Don’t just spend your holiday by the water, but directly on it! With your own houseboat that you can steer yourself, you can experience Finland's nature perfectly.
Per week from USD 2,090show 6 offers
Log house for 8 people in the Finnish lake district.
3/5With your own fishing area
Finland | The north European country is well-known for its fishing culture. In this fishing lodge with access to the lake, you can cast your fishing line right from the jetty into the water.
Per week from USD 385show 134 offers
4/5And I can come too
Finland | With these holiday houses it is expressly allowed to bring pets so that your faithful four legged friend can also enjoy a relaxing and eventful holiday.
Per week from USD 449show 1,140 offers
Polar lights over a hut for four people in Karesuvanto close to the Finnish-Swedish border.5/5When the sky comes alight
Lapland | In northern Scandinavia winter is the time where one particularly sees a lot of polar lights. With a holiday house in snowy Lapland you will have a good chance of witnessing this natural spectacle.
Per week from USD 449show 705 offers
Experience the beauty of Finland with a holiday home in Kainuu
A holiday home in Kainuu is a great way to enjoy the magnificent scenery of Finland. The region is still largely wilderness with an untouched landscape of dense forests and tranquil lakes. The historic buildings of the area's scattered towns and villages are amongst the highlights of Finnish architecture and windmills populate the surrounding countryside. Book a holiday rental in Kainuu or nearby locations such as Sotkamo and explore a land occupied by farmers and hunters where tradition and culture are still very much alive.
Experience history and culture at a holiday home in Kainuu
Travellers staying in a holiday house or holiday apartment in Kainuu can experience the traditions that make Finland unique while exploring its cities and towns. Kuhmo is home to the Tuupala Museum, a living history museum consisting of traditional rural buildings furnished as they would have been from the 1800s to the 1960s. Amongst the region's many attractions are the Kainuu Museum in Kajaani, which is devoted to local history and the Vuolijoki Barn Museum, which celebrates the area's agricultural traditions. Another of the highlights which can be enjoyed whilst staying at a holiday rental in the region is Kajaani Castle, a ruin that dates back to the 17th century and may be the northernmost castle in the world.
The natural wonders of Finland
A holiday house, holiday apartment or holiday rental makes a great base from which to explore East Finland. Kainuu is home to two national parks, Tiilikkajarvi and Hiidenportti. Tiilikkajarvi has a lake with nice beaches and is the perfect location for canoeing, while the woods and swamps offer extensive trails for hiking. Hiidenportti's dense forests also offer great hiking opportunities as well as the chance to see bear, reindeer and other wildlife. Visitors who rent a holiday home in the winter months may be treated to a glimpse of the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights. Whilst Lapland is the best place to view the Northern Lights they provide a multicolored light show visible in most parts of the region.