Sweden boasts a number of world-class hotels, but it also has eco-lodging of a more basic type -- specifically, 12 grass-blanketed huts collectively known as ‘Kolarbyn.'
The grass-blanketed huts have no showers or electricity. The accommodations are basic: a fire and a bed with wooden walls between guests and the woodland creatures, which include brown bears and wolves. If the images in the gallery are any indication, Kolarbyn's grass-blanketed huts offer quaint and cozy quarters for a happy hobbit holiday.
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