Seehotel Baren Brienz

Address: Hauptstr. 172, Brienz, Bernese Oberland, Swiss Alps, 3855, Switzerland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Hauptstr. 172, Brienz, is near Lake Brienz, Brienz Rothorn Railway, Giessbach Falls, and Champery.
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      Reviewed by ranlo

      View of Lake Brienze

      Reviewed Sep 14, 2013
      by (18 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      The balcony view of the lake is fantastic! Small room; sink is behind screen in room. Small bathroom; tiny shower. This is an old building, and the air freshener drove Lois' allergies nuts! Glad we are here only 1 night. Breakfast has a great selection of tea, cereal, meat, cheese but not much else. Brienze is a beautful little town at the end of the lake, and we'd definitely come back here but would not stay at his hotel. From boat dock, it's about a half mile walk to hotel. (TIP: Walk up to sidewalk rather than along gravel lake path if you are pulling luggage)

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      Travel Blogs from Brienz

      A day to the Rothorn Railway

      A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Sep 05, 2014

      16 photos

      ... Here at this railway there is
      clearly a good sense of humour in the air and the chap who is showing us around
      comes out with many jokes etc. All around the works are joke posters and ghost
      models etc but the best thing of all are the bathrooms to which he took great
      pleasure in showing us all. The washbasins have all been fitted out with old
      steam loco pipes and steam gauges which really do work. Turn on the tap and the
      gauges show the fall in pressure. ...

      Basel to Luzern..a sunny but cold day.

      A travel blog entry by ianwendyb on Nov 11, 2013

      9 photos

      ... bus on Wednesday.. No walking tours whilst we're here so we had to do it ourselves this afternoon...still the map was good and the tourist guide was informative Freezing cold outside, but the sun was shining and it set off the scenery so well. Luzern is almost surrounded by alps, which are at the moment snow capped. The freezing cold weather also meant that Ian could taste test a ...

      Luzern

      A travel blog entry by vicky.welch on Jul 05, 2013

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... surrealist painters. Split up from Kate who's on her way to visit her friend in Bern, so I went and did some washing back at the hostel, and spent way too long trying to book the next few days of accommodation which stressed me out nearly to tears (ridiculous I know, I guess I'm tired). Looks like I need to be at the train st for 9.00 tomorrow, to get to my ...

      We Jumped Off of THE ALPS!

      A travel blog entry by jonesadventures on Sep 30, 2012

      3 comments, 107 photos

      ... would headbutt her leg. She would grab his horns and push him back. He would get all excited, wagging his tail, then he’d get up on his hind legs, get some momentum and ram her (she’d put up her foot to catch the brunt of his impact). The owner bent down and gave him a command in German and he put out his hoof to shake hands. This goat acts just like a dog!!! We spoke with the owner a bit about him after we heard her tell some freaked ...

      Once Upon A Time

      A travel blog entry by mrsharvey on Dec 04, 2010

      17 photos

      ... by the way, which I love) - then headed round the lake to the Verkehrsmuseum, which is located in an absolutely enormous complex with a planetarium and giant-screen cinema as well. The walk was lovely, about 45 minutes through that good old thick snow. As we walked, we saw divers employed by the council who were collecting rubbish from the lake. We decided they must have been beyond freezing, but that it was nice to see a town with such a sense of pride. So, ...