Travel Blogs from Mürren
... t really any museums, not a lot of shopping, not as though that was ever a part of my schedule, and there aren't any huge sights. Well, except for the Jungfrau, but we've already talked about that. It is a great place for outdoor activities like hiking, biking, and swimming. The water is so crystal blue that every time I look at it I want to dive in. And a lot of people do. There are only ...
... them) and bought some. They had some really interesting Knorr Cup-A -Soups so decided to try one of those. One of them caught my eye but I didn't end up buying it though. It was a cup-a-noodle to go.... in a coffee cup!!! Just add water!! So instead of a coffee, you had instant soup!!!
Walked back to the train station to meet Raph as he had just got back and parked his car. Saw a really nice Audi and had to take a picture of it. Then we went back to ...
... That whole journey took a few hours, so afterward I was ready for dinner. I decided to try authentic Swiss fondue, but actually found it pretty gross. Not surprising since it's made out of Swiss cheese and dry white wine...and I don't like Swiss cheese or dry white wine. Oh well, all part of the experience! Today I spent the first bit just walking around town, going in the little shops and killing time because I had a date at ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Chalet Fontana Mürren
My husband and I just returned from a wonderful stay in Muerren. The location is fabulous on the quiet side of the mountains. The town is not totally carless (the locals have to pay a special tax to operate a vehicle), and in the early morning the farmers and other workers drive their work vehicles down the main drag. Otherwise, it's a pedestrian and biker's paradise. There are push carts for luggage at the train and tram stations. Some of the locals have bike trailers that they use. The village is clean and sparkling with an abundance of flowers. One thing that I loved was seeing all the older Swiss vacationers all with back packs and hiking poles ready to be active !
I stayed in this 100 year old chalet with my student son in June. We had a large room with three beds (lovely soft duvets), our own basin and lots of space so we did not get on top of each other or our luggage. Hairdryers available but hooray - no TV! The view from our shuttered windows was absolutely awesome - as if you could touch the majestic mountains! The chalet was spotless with timber lined walls. I loved the breakfast - cereals, Swiss yoghurt, assorted Swiss breads, juice and hot drinks. The communal lounge/dining room had numerous helpful books and guides. There were two shared bathrooms plus a kitchen. Loads of hot water. Denise, the hostess, is English so there are no language problems and she is not only charming but very knowlegeable and extremely helpful. Across the street (carless - although I did see some cows strolling along clangng their neck bells) or within a minutes walk, there is a co-op supermarket , a restaurant which serves wonderful fondue, shops and a postoffice. There are heaps of great walks and hikes and it is minutes to the cablecars and train station - fantastic location. Wonderful peace and simplicity.
Great For Our Family Stay!
Our family of 4 stayed at Chalet Fontana for 3 nights last week. Denise was very friendly and runs a clean and affordable chalet. Breakfast was nice every morning. The location is really great. A small grocery store to buy cheese, wine, etc is right across the street. I would stay at Fontana again for sure.
You can't get better than this
Great! Denise is very nice. Comfortable beds. Down comforters. In the middle of quiet Murren. Great location. I can't wait to return.
Lovely, clean, good value chalet
i agree with all the other reviews.chalet fontana is CLEAN, inexpensive, has a fantastic location and view. denise is a friendly helpful person.
Best Deal on the Mountain
Chalet Fontana was lovely! It was quaint and clean, with an excellent hostess. Denise was very helpful, suggesting everything from cheap dining to fabulous hikes of all difficulty levels. The prices were comparable to hostels, but the Chalet had all the amenities of home.
Warm feeling with excellent view
Stayed there for 2 nights in June 2003. Quite, comfortable and inexpensive place. Denise is so nice. Room with excellent view of Jungfrau. Definitely stay there next time.
Chalet Fontana is a clean, comfortable, and quiet place to stay. At breakfast you can chat with Denise and other travelers to find out beautiful hikes or get good tips on what to do in the area.
Denise's chalet is very nice and comfortable. We stayed 3 days with her and she made us feel very welcomed. I highly recommend this chalet! When we arrived late in the afternoon it was very cloudy, but the next morning I get up and look out the window and BAM the mountains were at my fingertips! BEAUTIFUL!!! Thanks Denise
Four us stayed a few days in Denise Fussell's chalet in the fall of 2000. It was clean and comfortable. My wife and I shared a bathroom with others on the top floor. Guests were mostly Americans. Denise is a Brit who has made a home here after visiting as a youngster. She is most helpful for hiking itineraries, other places to visit, etc. Her breakfast is delicious. Murren is a must place, located on a high plateau over Interlaken. There are no cars. Just peace and serenity. The restaurant across the street was our regular hangout. We tried several other eateries, but returned often to the little place with the friendly waiters. For an offbeat menu selection one night, the men ordered horse meat. Don't let that scare you. They offer everything...all of it delicious.