Special Commendation 1999: The Restaurant Obstgarten in Oberlangenhard was established in a well-maintained timber-frame construction deriving from the 18th century. In 1974, the building was stripped to reveal its original timber framing. The fine guest lounge still dates principally from the 19th century.
A historic hotel at the village center, located at 1600-meter-altitude in a car-free spot with views of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. 52 nostalgic and well-kept rooms with one to four beds, 12 of which with own bathroom. Large conservatory, sunny terrace, diverse rooms for meetings or festive gatherings and a cuisine focussing on regional products and vegetarian dishes. Hiking trails and ski slopes are within walking distance.
In the agriculturally shaped Romoos municipality in Lucerne’s Entlebuch, the last of Switzerland’s charcoal workers carry out the ancient craft on professional basis as an additional job. Between June and September, you can peer over the shoulders of charburners on the charburner trail and they’ll be delighted to show you how charcoal is made.