Cornfield Openair-Hotels

Cornfield Openair-Hotels

Experience a unique night in the midst of a cornfield in Nennigkofen, Sutz-Lattrigen und Estavayer-le-Lac from June till September.more

Living as in Heidi's Time

Living as in Heidi's Time

The Lauiboden Mountain Hut is situated in the pristine landscape far from the hustle and bustle of the workaday world. Time seems to have stood still here.more

Spending the night at 1240 meters above sea level

Spending the...

The Villars and Solèr Family welcome guests high up in Vogorno (TI) - a...more

Old-fashioned Overnights just like in Gotthelfs Time

Old-fashioned...

Have you heard of "Sahlenweidli", a Swiss TV-series dedicated to the...more

Cornfield Openair-Hotels

Experience a unique night in the midst of a cornfield in Nennigkofen, Sutz-Lattrigen und Estavayer-le-Lac from June till September.

Experience a unique night in the midst of a cornfield in Nennigkofen, Sutz-Lattrigen und Estavayer-le-Lac from June till September.

Living as in Heidi's Time

The Lauiboden Mountain Hut is situated in the pristine landscape far from the hustle and bustle of the workaday world. Time seems to have stood still here.

Lush Alpine meadows, mountain brooks, dark fir trees and imposing mountains define the scenery. You get the impression that Heidi and her grandpa, Alpöhi, will come of their Alpine hut any time now.

Spending the night at 1240 meters above sea level

The Villars and Solèr Family welcome guests high up in Vogorno (TI) - a unique location on a mountain without vehicle access!

Old-fashioned Overnights just like in Gotthelfs Time

Have you heard of "Sahlenweidli", a Swiss TV-series dedicated to the Swiss author Jeremias Gotthelf, who lived in the 19th century? The series was such a success, that farmers in the Emmental Region decided to propose lodging possibilities reminiscent of Gotthelfs times.

Have you heard of "Sahlenweidli", a Swiss TV-series dedicated to the Swiss author Jeremias Gotthelf, who lived in the 19th century? The series was such a success, that farmers in the Emmental Region decided to propose lodging possibilities reminiscent of Gotthelfs times.