Bon Accueil Hostellerie

Address: La Frasse, Chateau-d'oex, Bernese Oberland, Swiss Alps, CH-1660, Switzerland | Inn
 
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This inn, located on La Frasse, Chateau-d'oex, is near Museum of Artisan and Folklore (Musee Artisanal du Vieux Pays d'Enhaut).
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    Travel Blogs from Chateau-d'oex

    Lake Geneva

    A travel blog entry by suepeter on Jul 12, 2015

    29 photos

    ... swim in. We went into town but because it was Sunday everything was closed. We went back to the lake and found out where all the people were. It was very crowded and every second person had a small bbq. There was that many bbqs that the air was thick with smoke, talk about smoke on the water. It was a little disappointing but with nothing open I suppose the locals and tourists all end up at the lake. ...

    Alpine Paradise

    A travel blog entry by sean_emily on May 18, 2015

    9 photos

    ... the village There we had a great vantage of the surrounding mountains and pastures. Spring was in full bloom, trees unfurling new leaves, and a sea of grassy green filling the valley. High up the hillsides were cool dark forests and here and there a farm house or barn. After the sun had set and the alpenglow began to fade, we headed into the Brasserie de l'Ours for a feast of epic proportions and memorable ...

    Retracing old footsteps in Fribourg

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Aug 20, 2014

    1 comment, 149 photos

    ... first part of our tour took us to the castle's underground rooms which resembled the great Gothic cathedrals of the 13th Century. Each hall and room unveiled a different part of the castle’s history. The lake side of the castle was a princely residence dedicated to all the luxuries of the court. On the other hand, the mountain side was a veritable fortress, with its watchtowers, sentry walk, double ramparts, moat and turrets - everything was in place ...

    Gruyère production

    A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Sep 05, 2012

    1 comment, 54 photos

    ... said it wasn’t particularly interesting inside so we gave it a miss.

    Once back in camp, Anoop decided to head up to le Moléson (where we had been earlier this morning at the Alpine hut) on his bike to get in a hill ride before Dad & Tan arrived. The steepest section was for 3 km at 12% and he arrived back to camp absolutely starving. After I made a quick dinner, he promptly felt sick and curled up on the back seat for a while. I ...

    The Commonwealth in Switzerland

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on May 15, 2012

    3 comments, 17 photos

    ... we went to was an Irish Pub with an amazing ambience. For two o’clock on a Sunday the place was pleasantly busy. We sat and drank and talked. It was so much fun to meet someone who grew up in Switzerland. Gaston told us about his Chalet in the Alps, his frequent trips to the beaches in Monaco (Ibiza just isn’t classy enough) and the huge difference between school in Europe, Australia and Canada. You’d think the whole hanging out with international people all of the ...