How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel-Restaurant Jardin Bern
Travel Blogs from Bern
... I went to get the ingrediants while Alaina had a horse ride. It was delicious!
Our first stop in the morning was at Kambly buscuit factory, they are a huge biscuit manufacturer and exporter. Natalie told us you can go there and try any of their biscuits for free, we werent sure what to expect but it was true!! They had shelves of every type of biscuit for sale, with a basket full of tasters to try next to every type, it was amazing!
... geraniums in the window planter boxes it was a beautiful place to live and run a family farm. We also had the pleasure of visiting Marina's family home, a converted 400 year old smoke damaged butter factory.....yes, we were in love! Marina's father was a builder and the abandoned butter factory had been his project for a number of years turning into their family home. With big old wooden beams, awesome loft-style spaces and the original old butter pot hanging in ...
... of the lake and so for sure next time I come this way on my bike I certainly will be taking the west side road.
The people on this tour are a great bunch and many a laughs have been had. With the Scottish independence election coming up next week there has been a lot of banter between the English and the scots between us. One thing that has caused many a laugh between the bunch is my Scottish passport. This item looks just like a real passport until one opens it and realises ...
... When we got down to just a little bit of cheese left, Jane asked for an egg, which she cracked into the pot and Fabian whisked it around quickly, so it cooked with the cheese. We then used our last pieces of bread to eat this new type of cheese, which was delicious too! We finished up with some meringues, which seem to be a Swiss specialty. We got ours with some hot berries and ice cream which was yummy. It was a fantastic Swiss meal! After dinner it was definitely home ...
... to stay with people. For one reason or another, it didn't work out to stay with anyone else until now, but what we found is that even if people had to decline us, their replies to us were so kind and often they were apologetic for not being able to accommodate us. There seems to be a real sense of community between Couchsurfers.
We arrived at Mo and Tino's home and introduced ourselves to one another and also met two people who had Couchsurfed here the previous night, ...