Check out this magical December Lapland deal we’ve found over at Thomson… it’s 3 nights at the 3-star Winter Wonderland Hotel and Log Cabins, rated an impressive 4.5/5 on Trip Advisor, it has also been awarded a coveted Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence, so you know you’re in safe hands!
This deal is based on 2 adults and 1 child (can be tweaked to suit your family size) travelling at the beginning of December.
As well as ATOL protection, this deal with Thomson allows you to pay a small deposit up-front and hold your booking.
- Travel Duration: 3 nights
- Example date: 4th December, 2016 – (perfect if you have under 5’s and aren’t tied to the school hols like me)
- Departure from Glasgow
- Other dates and airports possible – adjust search according to preference
- Hotel rated 4.5/5 on Trip Advisor
- Board basis – half board
- Return transfers
- ATOL Protected Package
- Example based on 2 adults & 1 child
Price breakdown for 2 adults & 1 child
Thomson holiday package – £1965.66 / 3 = £655 per person
Want to fly from a different airport?
This deal departs from Glasgow airport, but there are other options to choose from.
If you click through to the deal and change the departure airport in search, you’ll find similar prices from other airports.SEARCH OTHER AIRPORTS
More about your hotel
The Winter Wonderland Hotel and Cabins are surrounded by wilderness scenery. The deluxe cabins come with luxury touches like hot tubs, too. This property is set on the edge of a frozen lake, and is surrounded by fields and snow-dusted woodland. It’s also just metres from the starting points for snowmobiling sessions and reindeer safaris. You can stay in a cosy bedroom here, or upgrade to a log cabin, which comes with a fireplace and a DVD player. For a real treat, book a deluxe cabin, which features a private Jacuzzi! (not included in this deal).
A holiday to Lapland is the ultimate Christmas present. This is the one place in the world little ones can spend time with Santa on his home turf. Tucked away in northernmost Finland, deep inside the Arctic Circle, Santa Claus’ homeland is the stuff of fairytales. Cue snow-dusted forests that stretch for miles, cosy log cabins that look like they’ve been plucked from a storybook, and a population that’s made up of more reindeer than people. Lapland pulls out all the stops over the festive period, so there’s nowhere better to get in to the Christmas spirit. Story-telling around crackling fires, reindeer sleigh rides through the woods and, of course, meet-and-greets with Santa himself – they’re all on the agenda, whether you’re visiting for the day or staying a bit longer.