Lonely Planet review
Near the supermarket on the main road through town, this is Inari’s most characterful lodging, with original rooms that are full of atmosphere and decorated with Asian fabrics, feather charms and real artistic flair. The spacious apartments come with fully equipped kitchen, and the cosy upstairs dens have romantic sloping ceilings. Breakfast is great. Downstairs is a friendly licensed summer cafe.
Our independent authors have visited Villa Lanca and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in Lapland.
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