Northern Lights, camera, action in the Yukon
The family-run Northern Lights Resort & Spa, located in Canada’s picturesque Yukon River Valley, is building three new extravagantly appointed Aurora Glass Chalets for the 2018-19 winter season.
The chalets are purposely built with the ultimate Aurora viewing experience in mind, but will also be available for year-round use. Aurora viewing packages in the chalets can now be booked for 1 December 2018 onwards with a minimum of a three nights’ stay is required. The Aurora Glass Chalets can also be booked for Bed & Breakfast accommodation in the summer season from June to August 2019.
The new chalets are a magical way to experience the wintry star-ﬁlled sky and the Northern Lights, while lying comfortably in a warm bed. The large ﬂoor-to-ceiling wrap-around windows open to the Northern Sky, directly in front of the queen-size bed. All the chalets are designed for double occupancy with a queen bed, cosy recliner chairs behind the ﬂoor-to-ceiling windows, in-ﬂoor heating and an elegant ﬁreplace, a small kitchenette, and beautifully appointed bathroom with tiled walk-in shower.
Just a few steps away from the chalets are the resort’s other services, including a spa, outdoor jacuzzi, lounge, bar and dining room and other catering services. Northern Lights Resort & Spa also has four cosy and traditional log cabins, all with the same comfort and amenities as the new glass chalets.
Magnetic North Travel offers a three-night stay in the new Aurora Glass Chalets at Northern Lights Resort & Spa from £645 per person. Price includes three nights’ accommodation in an Aurora Glass Chalet, return transfers from/to Whitehorse airport or downtown, breakfast and three-course evening meals, nightly guided Aurora viewing with photography assistance, use of outdoor Jacuzzi and private use of SPA area, use of snowshoes on property trails and free WiFi. To book, call 01664 400 103 or visit magneticnorthtravel.com
Further information at www.northernlightsyukon.com
If you would like to see more information on the Yukon, visit www.travelyukon.com