Kolarbyn Eco-Lodge is more like a hostel in the woods – and we’re all for it. Prepare to actually live outdoors and enjoy a simpler life, where fetching spring water & splitting firewood are commonplace among guests. Shared huts and primitive luxuries justify its affordability, which still seems like a super bargain when it comes to an authentic barebones camping resort on Swedish forestland.
Location - Skinnskatteberg, Sweden
Price starting at - appx $53/night per person
More info - svenskaturistforeningen.se/kolarbyn
*Photos provided by Kolarbyn Eco-Lodge
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