No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Gasthaus Rosengarten Brunnen
Travel Blogs from Brunnen
... we had a delightful lunch outdoors at a Swiss restaurant ( I had veal, grapes, apples and mushrooms in a cream sauce in a puff pastry) and jerry hobbled up the many steps to see St Legers church. Once back at the hotel, I took a long walk along the lake back towards Lucerne and this is where I really felt like a local. The shore is lined with parks and little beaches and filled with people of all ages just enjoying a summer ...
........With four hundred children ...............And a crop in the fields
Brilliant! Thanks there to King Kenny. ..........err, that's Rogers, not Dalglish, who ever heard of Kenny Dalglish singing Country? Actually, who ever heard of Kenny Dalglish singing anything? He's always looks so miserable, like a homeless man, you can't imagine him even humming, never mind singing.
Anyway, here we are tonight in Lucerne, Switzerland, or just outside the city to ...
... Christel and Richard had been so generous as to lend us their car (I gave up on trying to go car free on this trip as we did last time…this time there were just too many fantastic people around who kept offering to take us to places that…shocking…a train, bus, gondola or goat couldn't get us to!!). So today we packed, heaved, squeezed, shoved, crammed, and generally muscled all our worldly belongings into the car to make the trek ...
... it had been 12 degrees in the sunshine I decided that hiking in the cold rain would not be for me. Luckily the rain didn't last tooooo long and I instead caught the bus to Interlaken and explored the town, all that needs to be said about it is that it's beautiful (you might have already picked up on this) and that if you have deep pockets (and I mean deeeeeeep) it's one of the biggest outdoor adventure sport places in Switzerland and even Europe. They have ...
... We went by the lakes of Lungern, Brienz and Thun. We stopped at the small village of Brienz, took some pictures of a very beautiful, colorful street where one of the residents stopped me on the street to tell me where to go for the best sight. This little village is known for its wood carvers. There is actually a school there that teaches the wood carving trade. We stopped at Grindewald to see a very long ...
Other places to stay in Brunnen
Waldstatterquai 6, Brunnen | 5 star hotelfrom $297
Asarigawa Onsen, Brunnen | Hotelfrom $155
Gersauerstrasse 21, Brunnen | 3 star hotelfrom $139
Axenstrasse 5-7, Brunnen | 3 star hotelfrom $204
Axenstrasse 2, Brunnen | 3 star hotelfrom $132
Axenstrasse 1, Brunnen | Hotelfrom $71