Berggasthaus Meglisalp



A historic hotel set amid the mountains. Eight cosy and simple rooms, with accommodation for a further 55 guests in the annexe. Guests are served seasonal products from the region and the finest Appenzell delicacies. This family-managed mountain hotel can only be reached on foot, and is ideal for hikers, mountaineers and bikers. The Alpine herdsmen and dairymen make an impressive spectacle as they go about their work on the meadows surrounding the hotel during summer – a chance to experience traditional agriculture in a totally natural setting.



An authentic mountain hostelry dating from 1897 in the heart of the Alpstein mountain chain, which can only be reached on foot. An impressive backdrop is provided by the legendary hamlet of Meglisalp, populated by Alpine herdsmen and dairymen, with the mountain chapel in front of the Altmann peak. The cuisine features products harvested directly from the surrounding meadows. A rustic room with accommodation for groups is available in the "Mölschter", as the former stable is known. This inn has been owned by the same family for five generations.