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Chalet-Gafri BnB - Frühstückspension

Mühlenenstrasse 34, Wilderswil, Interlaken 3812 Switzerland
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Hiking
Skiing
Children's playground
Kids' outdoor play equipment
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Electric vehicle charging station
Secured parking
Wifi
Breakfast buffet
Complimentary Instant Coffee
Complimentary tea
Kid-friendly buffet
Outdoor dining area
Special diet menus
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Bicycle tours
Canoeing offsite
Squash offsite
Tennis court offsite
Walking tours
Highchairs available
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Picnic area
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Mühlenenstrasse 34, Wilderswil, Interlaken 3812 Switzerland
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nellie1991 wrote a review Jun 2020
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I stayed here for one night only; super comfortable rooms, spotlessly clean and a delicious breakfast. The chalet is beautifully located with some wonderful views. Interlaken is only short 15 min bus ride or a 36 min walk away. The owners were very friendly and welcoming. Would love to stay here again.
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Date of stay: June 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Jeff @ NL wrote a review Dec 2021
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Perfect locations for the family visitors aiming Jungfrau ski region. You can use the free parking at the door and access the Grindelwald Terminal (plenty indoor parking) within 20 min. From Gindelwald, it is accessible by the new Eiger Express to top in 15 min.
The room is tidy and cleaned perfectly daily. The breakfast is very well prepared and served with fresh and local food.
Family feeling and super friendly to kids.
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Date of stay: December 2021
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
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Pam S wrote a review Mar 2023
Brisbane, Australia
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Our first time back after 3 years and many previous stays over the years. It was like coming home. The welcome and hospitality from Gabi and Fritz is always wonderful and they are so thoughtful and helpful with local knowledge and ideas for daily activities.
The rooms are quiet and comfortable and always spotless with an eye for detail. The breakfasts are great with home made Bircher Muesli and fresh fruit salad. Local eggs, bread, butter and jams, and Wurst, ham and cheeses.
The most excellent hosts in a beautiful location with easy access to bus and train connections. So highly recommended.
Pam & Howard Somerville
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Date of stay: March 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: In a quiet village with local hotels and restaurants nearby.
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Response from Fritz Zurschmiede, Inhaber at Chalet-Gafri BnB - Frühstückspension
Responded 27 Mar 2023
You both have a very long journey from Australia to our little village. Thank you for coming to visit the Bernese Oberland and our Chalet. You found out that you can explore so many places with day trips fom here. Thank you so much for becoming friends. Best wishes Gabi&Fritz
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Yair G wrote a review Jun 2023
Kefar Sava, Israel
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed for 3 nights in early June and wished we could have stayed more. Wilderswil is a great place to stay, green, quiet and peaceful away from the hassle of Interlaken, but still close to everything. On the main train and road path to Grindelwald, Lauterbrunnen and the Jungfraujoch, Fritz and Gabi are lovely and generous hosts, keeping constantly in touch, doing everything they can to help and advice. Our room was huge and in perfect shape with all the amenities. The balcony was great to chill in on those stuffy summer afternoons. Breakfast was ample and excellent with many personal touches. One thing to note is that if you're arriving in Wilderswil by train (as we did), you should consider 10-15 minutes' walk to the station and back (though Fritz was generous enough to help with our luggage whenever possible).
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Date of stay: June 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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kaplanzohar wrote a review 6 Jul
israel
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Chalet Gafri is located in a rural suburb of Interlaken, and the Interlaken train station is just a short ride away on the local train. The guesthouse is surrounded by a lovely garden, and beyond that, forests and green fields. The room we stayed in was very comfortable and spotless. Breakfast was good and satisfying. The hospitality from our hosts, Fritz and Gabi, was warm and friendly. They ensured we lacked for nothing and provided us with helpful advice on trips in the area.

We enjoyed every moment and will cherish the sweet memory. We felt like we were among good friends.
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Date of stay: July 2024Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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bostonfoodie03 wrote a review Jun 2022
Boston, Massachusetts
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My sister and I just finished our 3 day stay at chalet Gafri. We could not have had a more wonderful time. As other reviewers have said Fritz picked us up and dropped us at the train station. We had a ground room floor that was spacious and roomy. Breakfast was delicious - gabi’s homemade muesli was such a treat and there was such a great variety of cheeses, meat and bread. The walk to the train station was an easy 10 minutes and very convenient. Fritz kindly helped us plan our itinerary taking the weather into account. Our first afternoon we went hiking in Grindelwald, the next day we covered Murren, gimmelwald and the lauterbrannan valley region, and our final full day we went to Jungfrau and did a boat cruise on lake brienz. Our final morning we did a local hike just following the signs in winderswil. Overall, our stay was absolutely perfect - huge thanks to Fritz,Gabi and their amazing staff!!! I hope I can return one day.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Even though the location is not in interlaken transit was so easy to all peaks - highly recommend
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Peter wrote a review Jun 2023
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My wife and I have travelled to many places. This is one of the best bed and breakfasts we have experienced. From initial booking to checkout, Gabi and Fritz were wonderful and provided the best service one can expect. The location is great. Peaceful as well as centrally located to enjoy the Berner Oberland. We did not use public transportation because we had a car, but a pass was provided should we have needed it. The breakfast and room were excellent. I’m ne could not ask for more. Thank you for a wonderful and peaceful stay.
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Date of stay: May 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Fritz Zurschmiede, Owner at Chalet-Gafri BnB - Frühstückspension
Responded 3 Jun 2023
With the Interlaken-Guestcard our guests can use all public transport in and around Interlaken/Wilderswil free of charge. Also you profit of many discounts for visits, activities and view points
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1ravv wrote a review Aug 2022
Nesbyen, Norway
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Perfect !!
Been there 4 nights with 3 kids.
Extreamly Clean, the room are perfect and comftable very well maintane, the breafast perfect., location perfect ! looks better then the photos on the net. very kind team and owner. Great hospitality management.
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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Ross T wrote a review Feb 2019
Haywards Heath, United Kingdom
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
This was my seventh winter visit to Chalet Gafri. I had a five night stay, and everything at the chalet was perfect. As always, the room was immaculately clean and beautifully warm. Breakfast in the separate dining area was of a very high standard, and a really nice opportunity to talk to other guests and the owners (Fritz and Gabi) about the area and their recommendations for places to visit.

On this five night visit the weather was absolutely spectacular (in contrast to last year when it was a bit difficult to get in to the mountains). Every day had cloudless blue skies, no wind and pleasantly warm in the direct sunshine. Because Wilderswil is in such a good location for public transport, it was very easy to get out and about and make the most of the good weather. As a non-skier there is plenty to do - my days were as follows:

Day 1 (arrival). Time to visit the Schilthorn mountain in the afternoon - as last year, the ride to the top (2970 metres) is fully included on the Swiss Travel Pass (really worth investigating if you are using public transport to travel within Switzerland). The fastest way to reach this is train from Wilderswil to Lauterbrunnen, bus to Stechelberg, and then cable car to the top (changing on the way up). Views from the top were some of the clearest I have ever experienced, and I've been going up there since 1987! For the return journey I took the cable car back down to Mürren and walked on the 1 hour level trail to Grütschap. From the path there are the best views of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau mountains, which were turning pink in the setting sun - absolutely beautiful.

Day 2: Bus to Beatenberg (from Wilderswil, change at Interlaken West) and cable car to the Niederhorn mountain. This is the start of one of my favourite winter hikes, from the Niederhorn down to Waldegg on prepared trails. Stunning views of the mountains, lovely sunny south-facing trails that meander through woods. Sun cream essential! I love this walk, takes about three hours and is quite steep on the snow in places - hiking poles recommended. Bus back from Waldegg.

Day 3: Visit to the town of Gstaad. This is a lovely train journey from Interlaken West, changing at Spiez and Zweisimmen. In fact I got off the train at the stop before Gstaad (Schönried) and walked on the one hour winter trail to Gstaad. This was the nicest surprise of the holiday; after about 20 minutes I came to a chalet entirely covered in mirrors - it is a new artwork entitled "Mirage Gstaad" and it looks spectacular, reflecting the snow and blue skies. You can go in and there are mirrored rooms inside with all sorts of weird angle reflections. Once in Gstaad I took the cable car up to Eggli, where there is a one and a half hour circular hiking trail in the snow. Highly enjoyable, but beware because the (official) path crosses some of the ski pistes - so care is needed. The lady at the ticket counter gave me warning of this, and it was useful advice.

Day 4: The classic winter hike from Sunnbüel (Kandersteg) to Gemmi. If you are feeling fit enough for a four hour hike, moderately uphill in the snow, this one is amazing - but only in perfect conditions. I recommend a phone call beforehand to the half way point (Hotel Schwarenbach) to check the path is open. The hotel is also a lovely place for a snack or a full meal. To reach the start, take the bus from Wilderswil to Interlaken West, train to Spiez, change to a train to Kandersteg and then a bus from Kandersteg station to the Sunnbüel cable car station. For the return it is a cable car from Gemmi down to Leukerbad, bus to Leuk, and then by train from Leuk changing at Visp and Spiez. It sounds complicated but with Swiss transport it is a breeze - if you have a Swiss Travel Pass, everything apart from the cable cars is covered - and I recommend buying the cable car tickets in advance at any Swiss rail station. If you don't have a Swiss Travel Pass, everything can be bought in advance on one ticket. The walk itself is beautiful and the views from the Gemmi of the southern (Pennine) alps were incredible - I had a clear view of the Matterhorn about 47km away. Another highlight of this trip is that there is time in Leukerbad for a thermal bath, I went to the Leukerbad Therme (used to be called the Burgerbad).

Day 5: A bit more gentle today - I wanted to see Lake Brienz so I walked directly from the Chalet to Bönigen (lakeside town) and then continued on the lakeside path to Interlaken Ost. After a coffee at the Restaurant des Alpes I took the bus from Interlaken West to Waldegg, and did the lovely walk across to Habkern (about 1 hour and 40 minutes). As per the Niederhorn walk, this has great views and is in full sunshine on a south facing slope. From Habkern there is a bus back to Interlaken West.

This was a truly memorable visit - for the beautiful weather and as always for the hospitality from Gabi and Fritz at the Chalet. I have really missed being there since returning home, and I look forward very much to my next visit.
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Date of stay: February 2019
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Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: There are four rooms in the chalet and a separate smaller room (at a lower price) in the main house
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Ross T wrote a review Mar 2022
Haywards Heath, United Kingdom
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
This was my ninth visit to Chalet Gafri, and was appreciated more than ever after missing my winter visit last year due to the pandemic. This time I stayed in one of the four rooms in the main chalet. Exactly as I remember from before it was spotlessly clean, warm and comfortable with a very nice private bathroom. Once again I really appreciated fruit and other treats which I enjoyed on my daily excursions. Breakfast each day at the Chalet is a treat, with homemade jams and Bircher muesli. Hosts Fritz and Gabi really do make this place extremely special.

This time I had a seven night visit, and the weather was extremely good – allowing me to do my usual favourite winter hikes and some new ones. I am not a skier but there is so much to do in the area even in winter. There is a bus stop a few minutes from the Chalet that makes it easy to visit Interlaken for eating out, or to connect with the trains for longer journeys from Interlaken West. You can also use the bus to connect (in a couple of minutes) to the Wilderswil train station for journeys up to the mountains, via Lauterbrunnen and the new Terminal station near Grindelwald.

I will briefly describe the activities on my days here:

Day 1 (arrival) . Fritz kindly collected me from the station on arrival which was very much appreciated. I was a little later than usual so just did a simple walk to Interlaken Ost in order to purchase a few provisions for hikes in the coming days. I walked in the direction of Bönigen, but cut across the airfield and entered Interlaken via Matten.

Day 2: Mostly sunny. Walked from the Chalet to Zweilütschinen, which takes about an hour and a quarter (you can also take the train in a few minutes from Wilderswil). This is the junction where the trains from Interlaken Ost divide, with the front part heading to Lauterbrunnen and the rear to Grindelwald. I was considering taking the path onward to Lauterbrunnen but it is closed at the moment, so I took the train and connected to the cable car to Grütschalp. From there I continued my walk on the path to Mürren. This is a simple, mostly level one hour walk but it is really special and well worth doing, with amazing views to the mountains. You can stop for a coffee or food half way along (or join the train) at Winteregg. Once in Mürren the weather was still sunny, so I took the cable car up to the Schilthorn mountain – quite busy with skiers on the way up but much quieter on the way down. The views from the top (2997 metres) never disappoint. I stopped at the mid-station of Birg on the way down to do the “thrill walk” – a walkway clamped on to the vertical faces of the rocky protrusion that Birg sits on, with glass floor sections and metal nets to crawl through – great fun!

Day 3: A perfectly clear sunny day. I can’t imagine a winter visit without this classic walk from the Niederhorn mountain down to Waldegg, which takes about 3.5 to 4 hours. It is very easy to access; bus from Wilderswil to Interlaken West, change to the 101 bus to Beatenberg (end station) and then take the cable car up to the Niederhorn. There are spectacular views of the mountains, Lake Thun and also the beautiful U-shaped Justistal valley. There are a few steep downhill sections where sticks are useful, especially if the snow is a bit hard, but on this occasion it was soft and easy walking. The hiking trail is also used for sledging so it is necessary to pay attention to any shouts of “achtung!”. Return is on the bus from Waldegg to Interlaken West.

Day 4: Another clear, sunny day. I decided to try some of the winter walks in the Gstaad / Saanenland area, starting from the town of Saanenmöser (bus to Interlaken West, train to Spiez, train to Zweisimmen, train to Saanenmöser – don’t worry, Swiss transport, it all connects so easily). The was still plenty of winter sports activity in Saanenmöser, even though at 1279 metres it was at the lower limit of the snow while I was there. I walked on the upper path though woodland to the next town of Schönried; there are a couple of ski pistes to cross so care is needed. From Schönried I walked down to the town of Saanen, mostly on snow but in one or two places it had worn away. This walk is lovely as you have all-round views of the mountains. I had a walk through Saanen and to the airfield (Gstaad airport), which had some interesting private aircraft coming in and out. I then walked along the banks of the river Saane to Gstaad, and from there took the train back. Total walking time was probably about 4 hours and made for an extremely enjoyable and varied day.

Day 5: Perfect sunny weather. I couldn’t resist once again doing the spectacular winter hike from Sunnbüel (Kandersteg) to Gemmi. I have described this walk in previous reviews but it requires good weather and a fairly early start – I took the 08:18 bus from Wilderswil to Interlaken West, and then the next steps are: train to Spiez, train to Kandersteg, bus from Kandersteg station to the Sunnbüel cable car station, cable car up to Sunnbüel. The walk itself takes about 3.5 to 4 hours, and this time I stopped for lunch at the Hotel Schwarenbach, which you reach after about 1.5 hours. For the return, there is a cable car from Gemmi down to Leukerbad, bus to Leuk, and then by train from Leuk changing at Visp and Spiez. If you have a Swiss Travel Pass, all of the connections are covered apart from the two cable cars (which you get at a discount with the Swiss Travel Pass). It is worth spending a bit of time at Gemmi itself before getting the cable car down; if it is clear there are amazing views of the Pennine Alps, including the Matterhorn. I also had time to go to the hot water baths at the Leukerbad Therme. I was not aware this time (presumably due to Covid, or maybe just for crowd control during the holiday season) that you now have to book in advance – but I was helped by someone in the reception to do this on my phone, and I got entry straight away.

Day 6: More sun! Today I wanted to try the winter walk from Männlichen to Kleine Scheidegg. I took the train from Wilderswil to the confusingly named Terminal station - it isn’t the terminus station (that is the next stop, Grindelwald), but rather it is the station for the new “V-bahn” cable car. One branch of the “V” goes up to Eigergletcher and the other to Männlichen. The Terminal station is in fact very impressive, rather like an airport. I bought a ticket for the cable car up to Männlichen, and also for the train from Kleine Scheidegg to Wengen, as this is only discounted on the Swiss Travel Pass (from Wengen downwards it is fully covered). As usual in Switzerland, buying a “complicated” ticket is so easy, within seconds I had one ticket with the cable car and train section covered, and discount applied. (Of course without a Swiss Travel Pass you would need to pay for the entire journey from and back to Wilderswil). Once at the top I walked up to the Männlichen peak (about 20 minutes to the top) – advertised as “The Royal Walk” – there is a crown-shaped viewing platform at the top. There really are amazing 360 degree views from there, down to the Grindelwald and Lauterbrunnen valleys, and of course the predominant mountains of this area - Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. From there I walked back down to Männlichen and joined the winter path to Kleine Scheidegg. This is a much longer route than the summer path – it takes about 3.5 to 4 hours, and drops down on to woodland before rising again to Kleine Scheidegg. It crosses many ski pistes so care has to be taken – as a non-skier I was absolutely amazed at how many pistes and lifts there are. There was a fabulous atmosphere with all of the skiing going on, and I absolutely loved this walk despite it being a somewhat busier area than I would normally visit.

Day 7: A sunny start, with some light cloud later. I wanted to visit Lake Brienz, and so walked directly from the Chalet to Bönigen, and then on to Iseltwald, The lake was very calm and there were gorgeous reflections of the mountains – I took a lot of photos. After having my sandwiches at Iseltwald I felt energetic enough to continue the walk on the upper path to Giessbach (the lower lakeside path had a sign indicating it was not open) and then on to Brienz itself. After the busy previous day this was the most calming walk, I was almost solo for the entire route. I sat by the lake in Brienz for nearly an hour and then took the train back. Total walking time was about 5.5 hours; a perfect, simple last day.

Day 8 - departure day: Leaving in beautiful sunshine (which was forecast to continue for the next week) is never easy. Fritz kindly drove me to Interlaken West station. This was one of the best winter visits I have had to Chalet Gafri and I sincerely hope there will be many more to come.
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Date of stay: February 2022
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Wilderswil, Switzerland36 contributions11 helpful votes
Hi, only now we noticed your enquiry and we are happy to reply for summer months. We are 4 km from Interlaken center and there is a local bus every half hour, free of charge with the guest-card you will get from us when you arrive for the period you are staying with us. We have in each room a silent fan and you can opena fly-protected window at night as the temperature is usually below 18-20 oC, If you arrive by car, parking is free here, if you travel by train we meet our guests with our car at Wilderswil-Station free of charge on previous notice. Best regards - Gabi&Fritz
Tim C asked a question Jul 2018
Rochester, Minnesota70 contributions41 helpful votes
We will be arriving via train Are their bus stops near that go to train station( either West or OST)?
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Maroochydore, Australia101 contributions57 helpful votes
The bus in Wilderswil goes to West—-to get to Ost from Wilderswil take the train—one station .
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Wilderswil, Switzerland
Hallo and thank you very much for your enquiry. This is the place to enjoy the snow. Beside the famous resorts like Wengen, Mürren and Grindelwald there are many smaller and cuit places we can recommend for wintersports also like, snow-show walking, tobogganing etc. In 5-10 walking minutes you will find local restsaurants for lunch and dinner, also small supermarket that is open 7 days a week from 7am to 9pm in the village.
Ross T wrote a tip Feb 2024
Haywards Heath, United Kingdom61 contributions9 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"If you are travelling in Switzerland by public transport, the SBB Mobile app is brilliant for planning journeys and buying on-line tickets. "
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Pam S wrote a tip Mar 2023
Brisbane, Australia2 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"In a quiet village with local hotels and restaurants nearby. "
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bostonfoodie03 wrote a tip Jun 2022
Boston, Massachusetts40 contributions42 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Even though the location is not in interlaken transit was so easy to all peaks - highly recommend"
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Steve7884 wrote a tip Aug 2019
Kilmarnock, United Kingdom4 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All rooms are excellent"
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Ross T wrote a tip Feb 2019
Haywards Heath, United Kingdom61 contributions9 helpful votes
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"There are four rooms in the chalet and a separate smaller room (at a lower price) in the main house"
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Which popular attractions are close to Chalet-Gafri BnB - Frühstückspension?
Nearby attractions include Unspunnen Ruins (0.9 km), Wilderswil Railway Station (1.0 km), and Alpenrose Landscape Gardens (0.8 km).
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Guests can enjoy free breakfast, barbeque facilities, and complimentary tea during their stay.
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Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Chalet-Gafri BnB - Frühstückspension?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian.
Are there any historical sites close to Chalet-Gafri BnB - Frühstückspension?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Unspunnen Ruins (0.9 km) and Rothenfluh Ruins (0.9 km).
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