This Glass Igloo Overlooking The Baltic Sea Is The Ultimate Valentine’s Day Getaway
If you’re looking for the ultimate winter wonderland for a Valentine’s (or Galentine’s) Day getaway, consider staying in one of these glass igloos at Kalle’s Inn in Finland. You and a travel buddy can stay here for $228.50 a night per person. It’s a little bit of a splurge, so consider bringing along another couple or two more gal pals to reduce the cost to $114.25 a night per person. Each glass igloo fits four people with two single beds.
These luxury igloo Airbnbs are located in Mustasaari, a coastal municipality in Southern Finland. Each glass igloo overlooks the Gulf of Bothnia, the northernmost arm of the Baltic Sea, so you’ll wake up every morning with the most beautiful view and be able to watch the sunset from the comfort of your bed. The igloos are made out of heated glass, so you’ll also stay warm no matter the weather. Each igloo also has a private bathroom as well.
All guests have access to a lounge area located on the property where breakfast is served daily. You’ll also be able to use the communal sauna and hot tub on site. If you get bored on the property, you can choose from one of the “family-friendly” hiking trails that begin right next to the inn to get a little outdoor exercise.
- Two single beds per igloo
- One private bathroom with a shower and toilet
- Electric kettle for tea and coffee
- Blinds for your privacy that still let you enjoy the glasshouse view
- Free WiFi
- Access to a sauna
- Access to a hot tub
- Complimentary breakfast
- Free parking on premises
Here’s how to make this dream vacation a reality:
The closest airport to your dream destination is Finland’s Vaasa Airport. Since Vassa is a domestic-flights-only airport, if you’re in the United States, you’ll have to fly there from an international Finnish airport like Helsinki Airport. You can fly to Helsinki directly from most major U.S. cities. Once you reach Vaasa, you can rent a car or take a taxi for the remaining 45-minute drive to your destination.
So friends, when are we going?