Cozy little studio apartment in a quiet Bernese Oberland village out in the green, stunning views to the lake, overlooking Interlaken.
For guests who are interested, we will be happy to share our favorite Swiss sightseeing trips...
In case you are looking for a place in the Interlaken region where the view is better than in Interlaken itself, this is the perfect location! (I know I'm using big words, but I'm actually quite confidant - just look at the pictures :-)
However please be aware that the apartment itself is very simple! We offer all the basics you will need for a relaxing holiday, homely furniture, bedsheets and towels, a modest kitchen, powerful Wifi and a powerful shower, but we definitely can't offer fancy architecture and contemporary interior design! (even though we recently refurbished the place, painted the walls, put in beautiful hardwood floors and had a new bathroom made).
It is a no frills place, the rooms are small, the furniture and fittings in general are a rather makeshift mix of 70ies and new, though as clean as an old place can be, cozy and functional. And hopefully you will be more than compensated with the view...!
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As somebody who grew up here, but lived abroad for the last 15 years, I would consider myself an expert in what are the most spectacular, yet best value-for-money sightseeing trips for guests who plan to vistit Switzerland! Unless you have it all mapped already, I will be more than happy to share my ideas - with detailed descriptions and an itinerary for trains and cable cars... There is a lot more to Switzerland than just Jungfraujoch and Titlis...
Weitere wichtige Infos
Please note the grass in front of the apartment is not a proper lawn. As it is facing North, it is too humid and we gave up on it and kept it as a natural meadow instead.
Airbnb guests are requested to pay attention to the following house rules:
1. Most important - use the washing machine in the laundry room economically and in agreement with the other tenants. Our assigned days are Wednesdays and Fridays. The laundry detergent for Airbnb guests is in the cupboard inside the apartment, opposite the entrance door.
2. The cellar compartments in the back of the laundry room are private and cannot be accessed.
3. The laundry room, as well as the staircase and the space around the house is common area and should be kept clean at all times.
4. Terrace and green area right in front of the apartment with the outdoor furniture belongs to your rented Airbnb space and can be used at any time. The area behind the house with the vegetable garden however should not be accessed.
5. Smoking only on the outside of the apartment. There is an ashtray on the terrace.
6. For people who arrive by car, please make sure to only use the guest parking, which is the spot all on the left of the parking area in front of the house.
... and I'm Swiss. But for more than 10 years i am mostly based in Bangkok, Thailand. We run our own business in the fashion industry, with shops in Switzerland and our own little clothing brand called Ark Works.
For a very long time already I have been "commuting" between Switzerland, Thailand and China, which means depending on where I am, there are two of my places empty most of the year. This is why i came across the idea of Airbnb.
There is the house back home in the beautiful mountains of the Bernese Oberland, very quiet and with a great view of the lake of Thun, close to all the famous tourist spots in the Interlaken region. This is where I stay in spring and autumn - to catch a good portion of seasons and of nature... Bangkok is rather the opposite, and an even more different place is the 14 million city of Guangzhou in the south of China, where we have a little apartment, perfectly suited for business trips.
For all three destination I can assist with whatever questions may arise, especially because i become a good mix of local and tourist over the years and experienced (sometimes the hard way...) what makes sense and what doesn't make sense at these places.