Our accommodation is simple, rustic and clean. It is not luxurious but offers all opportunities to relax and recharge after your excursion. Storulvån has several different accommodation options and you choose the level of comfort you want – would you like your own shower or is it OK to share? Regardless of which room you choose, you will wake up refreshed each morning in the middle of the mountains. If you ask us, that is the height of luxury.
Our standard rooms are two-bed and four-bed rooms where you neither need to bring your own sheets nor think about cleaning. You have your own shower and toilet in the room. Some of the standard rooms allow dogs.
At the top of the station building there are dormitories with two bunk beds in each rooms. Communal showers and toilets are in the corridor and you can keep your valuables in boxes. The alcoves are shared with others and it is mixed accommodation.
The cheapest and in many ways the most charming option! The old station is open during the peak season, and for groups at other times. You are staying in the mountain station from 1933 on the other side of the stream, 150 metres from the main building. Either in a dormitory with space for four, six or twelve people, or in the family cabin that sleeps 2×4 people. Perfect for a large family or group of friends! Dogs are allowed in the four-bed rooms.
The standard is about the same as in STF’s mountain cabins. You collect water from the stream and firewood from the wood store. Of course you have access to all the amenities in the main building such as self-catering facilities, showers and toilets.
The loft is our biggest lounge and is also part of our cafeteria. A mountain lounge if you wish. Here, above the restaurant, in the middle of the characteristic “kåta” (Sámi dwelling) you can sit down with a book, a game or something nice to drink. The is a roaring fire, there are magazines to read and games to play and the large windows give a sense of space. There is also sometimes live music here.
At Storulvån there is plenty of space for those who want to pitch a tent. Tent may be placed no closer then 100 m from any building and you don’t need to pre-book your tent site. For a smaller fee, 200 SEK for members and 300 SEK for non-members you can use all the facilities at the station. Children aged 6-15 pay half price (0-5 are free). The service fee gives you access to showers, sauna (unfortunately closed due too our corona adaptations), drying room, WiFi, the self-catering kitchen (09.00-17.30 – local deviations at exact time may occur).
You don’t have to pre-book our lunch buffet but if you want to eat breakfast or our dinner you preferably pre-book this to ensure availability. This can be done earliest 7 days before your stay by e-mail to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please state name, date, number of guests and any special diet.
Our self-catering kitchen is one floor down from reception. It is open 24 hours a day during the season and the kitchen is well-equipped with everything you may need to prepare your meals. There are shelves and fridges where you can store your things and obviously there are plates, cutlery, glasses and mugs – well, everything you need for a nice meal. On the same floor you will also find showers, toilets and if you need to dispose of some waste, there are recycling stations both in the self-catering kitchen and by the back door.