Sörbyn Lodge and Restaurant Kallkällan
Sörbyn lodge is located just on the outskirts of the small village of Sörbyn. With just under 200 inhabitants. Sörbyn Lodge offers activities in an almost unlimited area, which stretches from the coast up to Dundret mountain, 200 km farther up the river. Here you can find, except peace and quiet, free waters, endless forests, vast wetlands treeless mountains.
Together with our partners and guides, you can choose between a broad spectrum of close-to-nature activities and adventures such as:
and much, much more. The product flora of activities is growing and developing due to customer demands and wishes.
Our hotel annex, built in 2010,
is directly adjacent to the restaurant and
reception. We offer eight twin/double
rooms, each with a TV and a bathroom.
They are furnished Scandinavian style
according to different themes,
reflecting our climate and setting.
Our cabins were recently renovated and
are excellent for families, and as twin/double rooms for
couples or friends travelling together.
They all contain a kitchenette and bathroom.
The culinary side of Sörbyn is our restaurant Kallkällan (The Spring) and it is run with the aim of constantly developing our local cuisine. Mostly, we work with organic produce from the immediate area, which we complement with delicacies from other parts of the world. This is how we achieve an array of flavors based on traditional Swedish dishes with global finesse. This is where you will get a taste of Swedish Lapland.
Our spring water comes from the underground sources of Lake Vitträsket, and no chemical purification is needed. We serve it straight or if wished slightly sparkling. Our bar holds a wide range of wine, beer and spirits. The wines are carefully selected to match our menus, and of course there are alternatives just for social drinks in the evening, when it is time so sum up the days experiences. Our beer ranges from classic Czech lagers to locally produced beers. There are aperitifs and drinks like single malt whisky, cognacs and different liquors.
Read more: www.sorbyn.se