Villa Armas Cabins, Yllas

Villa Armas Cabins Ratings & Customer Feedback
5.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
The cabin we stayed in was fine and we had no problems at all. There were three of us in one cabin but it could have easily slept more – with just three it was very spacious, generous to say the least. I had a twin room to myself, we stored everything in the other twin and my niece and her boyfriend slept in t... + more
Richard Hampshire, Bristol
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Package - what's included - what's included & available - what's included plus available extras - what's included & what extras are available

Self Catering
Flights Included
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Location - where is Villa Armas Cabins

  • Distance to village centre: 350m
  • Nearest ski bus stop: 200m

Overview - chalet description - Villa Armas Cabins description

Excellent value, modern, well-equipped and attractively furnished cabins. Cross-country ski trails start from the door.

Facilities - Villa Armas Cabins features

  • Guets may pay to use Äkäs Hotel pool and sauna

General public facilities - comments:Can use facilites at Äkäs Hotel 500-800m away (payable locally for non-residents).

Special attractions:

  • Conveniently located 2 minutes' walk (200m) from the ski bus stop at Äkäs Hotel

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All cabins are appointed with

  • Shower, WC, Sauna
  • Fireplace (wood included), TV, CD,
  • Full oven, Toaster, Fridge, Microwave, Dishwasher, Vacuum cleaner, Coffee maker, Iron, Drying closet

3-room + mezz (A6) 45m²+14m² - sleeps 2-6 -

  • 2 twin bedrooms
  • single bed in mezzanine
  • double sofa bed in lounge

Linen, towels and end of stay cleaning costs

Meals - food and drink in Villa Armas Cabins

  • Self-catering
  • Optional prebookable half board at Äkä' Hotel, 2 minutes' walk away (200m)
We update Villa Armas Cabins's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Availability - dates & airports - dates & departure airports - chalet dates & departure airports - Villa Armas Cabins dates & departure airports

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Sun 04 Dec 201604/12/16
Sold Out 
Mon 05 Dec 201605/12/16
Sold Out 
Sun 11 Dec 201611/12/16
Available as Gatwick, Bristol, Without Flights
Mon 12 Dec 201612/12/16
Available as Without Flights
Sun 18 Dec 201618/12/16
Available as Gatwick, Bristol, Without Flights
Mon 19 Dec 201619/12/16
Available as Without Flights
Sun 25 Dec 201625/12/16
Sold Out 
Mon 26 Dec 201626/12/16
Sold Out 
Sun 01 Jan 201701/01/17
Sold Out 
Sun 08 Jan 201708/01/17
Sun 15 Jan 201715/01/17
Sun 22 Jan 201722/01/17
Sun 29 Jan 201729/01/17
Sun 05 Feb 201705/02/17
Sun 12 Feb 201712/02/17
Sun 19 Feb 201719/02/17
Sun 26 Feb 201726/02/17
Sun 05 Mar 201705/03/17
Sun 12 Mar 201712/03/17
This package holiday to Villa Armas Cabins in Yllas, Finland / Lapland departs Sunday 8th January 2017, for a 7 night stay on a "self catering" board basis. A local tourist tax (Taxe de Sejour or Kurtaxe) is levied by many councils in European ski resorts. It varies by standard and type of accommodation and is age dependent, so not everyone is charged. It's not included in the basic price of your holiday and is usually paid locally. For reference, the average charged in winter 15/16 was between 50p and £2 per person, per night.

Resort - about Yllas - about holidays in Yllas - about ski holidays in Yllas - about ski holidays in Yllas Finland / Lapland

Short transfers Northern Lights Finland’s biggest ski area Winter-wonderland

This magical resort is perfect for beginners and families, cross-country lovers and those looking for as much fun off the slopes as on them. Whether rendered speechless by the Northern Lights, popping in to see Santa Claus or spending a night in an Ice Hotel, this once-in-a-lifetime resort will give you an unforgettable experience.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Groups Non-skiers Cross-country skiing

Yllas webcam

Snow Report: Top cm, Bottom cm

Snow Forecast: cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 33.17cm

Yllas trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Kittila35 mins
Region:Lapland, Finland
First opened:1957

Yllas lift pass price last reported as 178€ (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Villa Armas Cabins.
Night skiing: Yes
Yllas has N,E,S,W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November-May.

Town altitude: 255m
Top of slopes: 718m
Bottom of piste: 255m
Vertical drop: 463m
Total length of trails:53km
Longest piste:3km
This gorgeous Lapland resort (pronounced “U-las”) has welcomed skiers since the 1930’s and is the biggest of the 35 ski areas in Finland, home to the country’s longest slope, the 3km Jättipitkä run (which translates to ‘enormously long’!). The resort is split into two villages on either side of the region’s highest “fell” - a smooth mountain rising above the treeline. Both villages have remained true to their roots - Ylläsjärvi in the south and Äkäslompolo in the north – and both are authentic,...
With 53km of downhill slopes, the skiing is fairly compact although over 300km of designated tracks make this one of the best cross-country destinations in the world. The uncrowded, perfectly groomed slopes are a beginner’s dream and make learning to ski a fun and relaxing experience. The ski schools meet on both sides of the mountain and speak excellent English with group lessons normally having small class sizes to give a personal feel. Early intermediates will love the wide, cruising runs which are perf...
Both villages are sleepy and traditional so while there are nice places to go for a drink, those looking for a European party scene might be somewhat disappointed. The focus is more on relaxation and entertainment away from the slopes of which there’s more than enough to keep all ages very happy. The Akäs hotel is most popular for a few drinks with a dance floor and club inside, while the restaurants in the resort serve all kinds of local delicacies – reindeer and freshly caught fish are both highly recommend...

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"Clean & smart - good cross country skiing"

Richard Hampshire, Bristol
5/ out of 5
The cabin we stayed in was fine and we had no problems at all. There were three of us in one cabin but it could have easily slept more – with just three it was very spacious, generous to say the least. I had a twin room to myself, we stored everything in the other twin and my niece and her boyfriend slept in the Mezzanine. Everything inside was clean and smart and the drying facilities were adequate. The location was absolutely fine, you walk to the hotel to get the bus and it also takes about ten minutes (if you’re an active person) to walk into town to get your shopping. If you’ve had an energetic holiday, the walking around is not significant. When we were here in March, the roads had hard packed snow which does get slippery... this is no problem if you’ve got sensible walking boots but if you’re wearing ordinary town shoes you’d be at risk of falling and hurting yourself, so you do need a decent sole. We didn’t have to walk in ski boots much as we hired our gear separately each day (we mixed cross country and downhill skiing for the week) but the lifts wouldn’t be arduous to get to in ski boots. We self catered mostly and only ate out one or two times, the supermarket is adequate, not up to Waitrose standards but about the level you’d find in ASDA and I don’t remember anything being extortionately priced. You can use the facilities at the hotel and we were surprised how big the pool was. There are some other nice spots but we didn’t use them.
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Richard Hampshire