Kuhstall mountain restaurant

Kuhstall mountain restaurant

The "Gourmet Stall of Fame" has to be one of the most original venues in the region. In summer, it is a working cowshed; in winter, it is transformed into a stylishly furnished restaurant. Ideal for special events and gastronomic gatherings of all...più

Hotel Wolfensberg

Hotel Wolfensberg

The Wolfensberg, 2.950 ft above sea level, is our touristic stage. The scenery - an idyllic landscape with a spectacular view. In the centre - a comfortable resort for seminars, weddings and holiday travellers alike. A lovely three-star hotel,...più

Hotel Idyll Gais

Hotel Idyll Gais

The idyllically situated Appenzellerhaus helps you forget the daily...più

Kunsthalle Ziegelhütte Appenzell

Kunsthalle...

The 2nd house of the Heinrich Gebert culture foundation was opened in...più

Kuhstall mountain restaurant

The "Gourmet Stall of Fame" has to be one of the most original venues in the region. In summer, it is a working cowshed; in winter, it is transformed into a stylishly furnished restaurant. Ideal for special events and gastronomic gatherings of all kinds; exclusive cuisine guaranteed. The Kuhstall is about 30 minutes' walk from the bottom of the Furtschellas cable car. keyword: typically

The "Gourmet Stall of Fame" has to be one of the most original venues in the region. In summer, it is a working cowshed; in winter, it is transformed into a stylishly furnished restaurant. Ideal for special events and gastronomic gatherings of all kinds; exclusive cuisine guaranteed. The Kuhstall is about 30 minutes' walk from the bottom of the Furtschellas cable car. keyword: typically

Hotel Wolfensberg

The Wolfensberg, 2.950 ft above sea level, is our touristic stage. The scenery - an idyllic landscape with a spectacular view. In the centre - a comfortable resort for seminars, weddings and holiday travellers alike. A lovely three-star hotel, fully furnished with reliable facilities and according to modern standards - with individual service and refined cuisine.

The Wolfensberg, 2.950 ft above sea level, is our touristic stage. The scenery - an idyllic landscape with a spectacular view. In the centre - a comfortable resort for seminars, weddings and holiday travellers alike. A lovely three-star hotel, fully furnished with reliable facilities and according to modern standards - with individual service and refined cuisine.

Hotel Idyll Gais

The idyllically situated Appenzellerhaus helps you forget the daily grind. And opens up a wider view. An excellent, flexible infrastructure awaits you in our bright seminar and conference rooms. Group work can be carried out in the antique salons and on the sunny garden terraces. The rooms offer a cosy, tranquil atmosphere. Our creative restaurant team will treat you to delicious, predominantly organic dishes, and the wine cellar offers some exquisite vintages. The optimal criteria for your seminar and warm hospitality await you just 15 minutes away from St.Gallen. We can't wait to welcome you!

The idyllically situated Appenzellerhaus helps you forget the daily grind. And opens up a wider view. An excellent, flexible infrastructure awaits you in our bright seminar and conference rooms. Group work can be carried out in the antique salons and on the sunny garden terraces. The rooms offer a cosy, tranquil atmosphere. Our creative restaurant team will treat you to delicious, predominantly organic dishes, and the wine cellar offers some exquisite vintages. The optimal criteria for your seminar and warm hospitality await you just 15 minutes away from St.Gallen. We can't wait to welcome you!

Kunsthalle Ziegelhütte Appenzell

The 2nd house of the Heinrich Gebert culture foundation was opened in 2003. The brickwork is back to the 16th century with a walk-in brick baking oven at its heart (1566). It was converted by the architect Robert Bamert into a multi-functional cultural centre with a café, music and theatre stage together with a three-floor display wing. This building has become a monument to earlier Appenzell industry and an exhibition space for modern and contemporary art. The stage over the baking oven is used as a location for meetings, wedding drinks etc.

The 2nd house of the Heinrich Gebert culture foundation was opened in 2003. The brickwork is back to the 16th century with a walk-in brick baking oven at its heart (1566). It was converted by the architect Robert Bamert into a multi-functional cultural centre with a café, music and theatre stage together with a three-floor display wing. This building has become a monument to earlier Appenzell industry and an exhibition space for modern and contemporary art. The stage over the baking oven is used as a location for meetings, wedding drinks etc.