In Finland, house rentals are the most common property type. These types of accommodation have an average size of 80 m² as well as cost, on average, £193 per night. Moreover, this category of property is usually ideal for large groups, since most of the house rentals are able to welcome groups of 7. If you would prefer to compare another accommodation type, you may want to have a look at apartment rentals, which are the other most typical property type in Finland. These properties cost £131 per night, on average, and have an average size of 54 m².
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Best holiday rental deals in Finland
Find a holiday rental that fits your needs among the 31,271 unique options from numerous holiday letting websites in Finland. With HomeToGo you can directly search and compare the prices for each property from different providers to discover the best price and save up to 28%.
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Popular holiday rental amenities in Finland
A few of the accommodation options include a pool, which makes Finland a wonderful holiday destination for holidaymakers looking to spend their holidays poolside. Interestingly, our data show that more hotel rooms offer pools than apartment rentals. Also, they can welcome 3 people, on average, while apartment rentals with pools can host an average of 5 guests. Among these holiday rentals, many are within 2 kilometres of water. If you own a pet, you should easily be able to find a pet-friendly accommodation in Finland. Pet-friendly rentals in Finland have an average price of £156 a night. A few of the pet-friendly holiday rentals are located less than 2 kilometres away from the city centre.
Price and Availability Index for Finland
Holiday Letting Price Information in Finland
We analysed price data and summarised them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in Finland. in Finland, prices rise to around £279 (19/12 - 26/12). Opt for a getaway in May (15/05 - 22/05) for optimal savings when heading to Finland.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Finland
Check how busy Finland is with our availability graph. In one week of August (08/08 - 15/08), 38% of the holiday homes are booked. Conversely, you will find the highest percentage of available offers in Finland in June (05/06 - 12/06).
Enjoy one of the many holiday lettings in Finland
From stylish, modern apartments in Helsinki to isolated log cabins, Finland has a range of holiday lettings for you to choose from. If you are hoping for a more traditional winter experience, then a stay in a log cabin with it’s own sauna will be perfect. With a large variety on offer, you will be enjoying your perfect holiday in no time.
Experience the Northern Lights on the Finnish sky
Finland is one of the best places to try and see the Northern Lights, appearing on around 200 nights a year. Find isolated holiday homes away from artificial light sources, and enjoy your authentic nature experience. To give you the best chance to spot the Aurora Borealis, visit Finland between September and April. Wait for a clear, cloudless sky and sit back into the night and enjoy the spectacle.
But don’t worry about filling the time until nightfall. During the day you can enjoy the winter wonderland that Finland provides and take part in some of the many winter sports activities available - making sure that your days in Finland live up to the nights.
Dreaming of a white Christmas?
Taking a winter holiday provides a picturesque Christmas and New Year. Finland is an idyllic location to celebrate the holidays and provides an authentic Lapland experience for you and your family.
Finland has the perfect scenery to compliment your Christmas, whether you are staying in the countryside or in the vibrant capital of Helsinki. Enjoy time with the family by the fire after a long day of hiking or shopping. And don’t forget to take the kids to see Father Christmas.
With all the scenery, exciting excursions and the possibility of seeing the Northern Lights, you will never forget your holiday in Finland.
Activities and excursions in the countryside
If you are looking for a more action packed holiday, then dive into Finland’s wild forests and try some of the many outdoor excursions for you to enjoy. If you are visiting over the winter, then you can look forward to a range of winter activities. Go husky sledging, visit a reindeer safari, or try skiing. You can even rent a snowmobile and go racing across the snow.
During the summer months you can still enjoy that magnificent wilderness. You can make the most of the long hours of daylight by hiking the fells or quad biking around. Or you can visit one of the many lakes and try your luck at a bit of fishing or enjoy a slow ride in a canoe. And whether it is winter or summer, make sure to end your active day by relaxing in a traditional Finnish sauna.
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