From London: 2 Night Lapland Holiday 15-17 November staying at Santa Village £193.21pp Inc Flights, Accommodation with Breakfast & Transfers @ Norweigan (Total family of 4 £772.85)
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From London: 2 Night Lapland Holiday 15-17 November staying at Santa Village £193.21pp Inc Flights, Accommodation with Breakfast & Transfers @ Norweigan (Total family of 4 £772.85)

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Edited by:"rachelandgromit"Found 31st Oct
I know Lapland is in demand and I've been keeping an eye on changing flight and accommodation availability and there is this option for November. As it's term time it's only suitable for those with kids not in school.






Unfortunately there is no availability at Santa Village in December so if you are specifically after December you will have to risk paying travel agent prices which I could confidently say will be well over double this, for example Thomas Cook are charging over £400pp for 1 day, yep you read that right 1 day!!!






Flights book on norweigan.com £353.40 leaving on 15 November and returning on 17th November.






Next up book accommodation on
santaclausholidayvillage.fi/en


€478/£419.45




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Total £772.85/£193.21

21 Comments

Hey thanks for this. Great deal, is it possible for just 2 people?

They do a package from Jan to April that involves meeting santa. Wtf?
Edited by: "snatch_master" 31st Oct

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lisaloo9 m ago

Hey thanks for this. Great deal, is it possible for just 2 people?


Yes, you can adjust the options on Santa Village website. I think for two adults accommodation was €358 or 1 adult and 1 child €418. Obviously you'll need to adjust how many people you need for the flights so they will be cheaper too.

Make sure you book flights and accommodation with two tabs open more or less at the same time to make sure both are available.

Thankyou for this. What dates are available please? X

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Same as this deal 15-17. There is no availability in December. You can search yourself on the website, but this is the only cheap flight and accommodation availability left.

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snatch_master37 m ago

They do a package from Jan to April that involves meeting santa. Wtf?


I guess he is less busy then

Glad to see check out cleaning is included as I wouldn't want to head home with the worry that I might have left the room untidy for the next people

Which airport is it in finland. There are quite a few and how do u arrange the transfers?

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Andrew_Molloy-115614344076 h, 32 m ago

Which airport is it in finland. There are quite a few and how do u arrange …Which airport is it in finland. There are quite a few and how do u arrange the transfers?

​Rovaniemi, and the transfers are free with Santa Village, just email them after booking with flight details etc.

snatch_master12 h, 27 m ago

They do a package from Jan to April that involves meeting santa. Wtf?



We've visited Rovaniemi in December and February and met Santa both times. Hardly any snow the December we went but loads a few years later in the February. We decided the kids could 'thank' santa for their gifts in the February. We mostly went as a snowy city break going skidooing, reindeer sleigh riding, skiiing, visiting Rauna Zoo (amazing seeing arctic animals in the snow) etc.

We didn't go as a package and our trip entailed a 9 hour train ride up through Finland which is as experience in itself.
2 nights won't be enough!

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That's a lovely idea, getting the kids to thank Santa! I'm sure it was significantly cheaper too!

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The standard cottage isn't available now, but the Superior Cottage A is, but it's over €600 for 1 adult and 1 child.

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They do have a sauna though!

These deals are great but not when you have 3 kids why do all places do 2 adults 2 children, when most families have 3 kids

snatch_master31st Oct

They do a package from Jan to April that involves meeting santa. Wtf?


Well he lives there, why not? Can that bk him for there presents..

chrisbarker137 m ago

Well he lives there, why not? Can that bk him for there presents..

snatch_master31st Oct

They do a package from Jan to April that involves meeting santa. Wtf?


He's usually in a garden centre by me, up until Christmas eve. Probably why.

michelle.pickard-morrish3 h, 7 m ago

These deals are great but not when you have 3 kids why do all places do 2 …These deals are great but not when you have 3 kids why do all places do 2 adults 2 children, when most families have 3 kids


Most families only have one child. 2 children also more common than 3

BUT HE DOESN'T EXIST - sorry!

loveabargain1st Nov

We've visited Rovaniemi in December and February and met Santa both times. …We've visited Rovaniemi in December and February and met Santa both times. Hardly any snow the December we went but loads a few years later in the February. We decided the kids could 'thank' santa for their gifts in the February. We mostly went as a snowy city break going skidooing, reindeer sleigh riding, skiiing, visiting Rauna Zoo (amazing seeing arctic animals in the snow) etc. We didn't go as a package and our trip entailed a 9 hour train ride up through Finland which is as experience in itself. 2 nights won't be enough!


We did something similar to save a few £££ and went to Rovaniemi in June last year so the kids(15yrs & 19yrs) could leave a note for Santa for what they wanted for xmas. Looking at the prices in December I think we did the right thing

How much does it cost to enter the santa village.

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sharon.nea4 h, 25 m ago

How much does it cost to enter the santa village.

If you've booked the accommodation then you are already in the village. You can book additional activities via Santa Village here.

And from their website:

You can meet Santa Claus every day of the year in the Christmas House, near our reception. Meeting Santa Claus is free! The photographer elf will take your picture so the memory of your visit will never fade away.
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