Guide for travelling anglers in the Land of a Thousand Lakes 
  English
 
Home Destinations Waters Species Fishing methods Services Fishing facts  
FishinginFinland.fi > Services > Accommodation 
Accommodation
Cottages
Farm holidays
Hotels
Others
Fishing guides & trips
Programmes & packages
Travel organisers
Tackle shops
   
   
Lapland Finnish Lake District West Coast South Finland, Archipelago

   
Cottages for anglers
Cottages for anglers

   
Fishing guides
Fishing guides

   
Fishing tackle shops
Fishing tackle shops

Isokenkäisten Klubi Lodge

 

Isokenkäisten Klubi Lodge
Heikinjärventie 3
FI-93999 Kuusamo
Tel.: +358 400 972 260

www.ikk.fi
Other services: guided fishing trips
Fishing methods: angling, fly-fishing, ice-fishing, other methods, spinning
Game species: burbot, grayling, perch, pike, roach, whitefish

Isokenkäisten Klubi Lodge is a family company which provides high-quality tourist services. It is located deep in the wilderness, only a few kilometres away from the Russian border zone.

From a fisherman's point of view, this means that the best fishing sites of River Kuusinkijoki and River Kitkajoki are at half an hour's distance from us. Other river fishing sites nearby are River Varisjoki and the Jyrkänkoski rapid.

There are different types of accommodation for 50 people at Isokenkäisten Klubi Lodge. Extra beds are also available.

The main building as well as all our holiday buildings are situated by Lake Heikinjärvi. The old grey boards of the lodge buildings form a harmonious courtyard in the rustic wilderness.

Experience a real journey of flavours to the culinary traditions of Kuusamo, at our own private restaurant called Klubi. We use the freshest quality local ingredients in our delicious home-cooked meals. One of our family traditions is hospitality. We take pride in our table which is always set for a feast.

Our Seven Star Smoke Sauna is situated close to the main building, by Lake Heikinjärvi. As many as 15 people can enjoy the lovely heat together, and there is never a shortage of steam from the stove.

 
 
© FishinginFinland.fi 2013–2016