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Pros: The host is very hospitable, the house is very large, the living is very comfortable, very good.
Pros: very friendly and helpful owner
Pros: great location, huge space, everything you need for self catering living room great window view -mountains -- very refreshing apartment is finished in very high standard the whole place is top spec which would cost fortune in UK. Host is fantastic they wait for us till 23:00 local shops open from 06:30 in the morning to get fresh local bread and eggs for breakfast it is 1hr drive to Bern, 30 min away from Grotto -- Cave -- you must see -- blow our mind Swiss normally is extremely expensive. apartment exceeded our expectation for the budget we spent. Cherry on top of the cake - 1st of August there is Festival celebrated by locals with huge open fire and impressive fireworks -- ( they are professional not some back garden crackers ). Local food you have to try -- soup is for free :) If I visit Swiss again I will definitely book this place to get there drive is epic through the mountains -- 180degree turns -- try not to checkin too late, driving dark is challenging
Cons: nothing, nothing
Jurabelle is located in La Côte-aux-Fées. Free WiFi access is available. Featuring bathrobes, private bathroom also comes with free toiletries. Extras include bed linen. At Jurabelle you will find a garden and a terrace. Other facilities offered at the property include a shared lounge, a games room and ski storage. An array of activities can be enjoyed on site or in the surroundings, including skiing, cycling and hiking. The property offers free parking. Geneva International Airport is 77 km away.
Pros: Amazing welcome by Othmar, and the common spaces were comfy, well-lit and inviting. Breakfast was copious, and featured lots of local cheeses, sausages and breads: yum!
Cons: The rooms were not particularly large, nor well-appointed (no real place for our clothing, e.g., though we managed with a kind of glass bookcase & the window well). I would have opted for one fewer room on the second floor, but with at least two of them with a small ensuite BR--I'm sure we're not alone in being ready to pay a little more for privacy.
Pros: Very delicious and rich breakfast.
Pros: One of the best B&Bs I have ever been to. Perfection & creativity in EVERY part and every detail of the house. Lovely, local food. A very warm and caring atmosphere!
The hotel has 44 rooms, junior suites with period features. The restaurant "Belle Epoque" proposes a modern twist on regional dishes. The perfect place for events, the hotel has 4 fully equipped conference rooms, from 35 to 160 m2, as well as a newly built terrace affords exceptional panoramic views. A place to relax, a heated swimming pool available to guests.
Pros: Nice view, great nature around, sunrise and sunset, quiet and peacefull.
Cons: Not well maintained, too expensive for the relatively bad comfort, terrible breakfast buffet (everything was missing, from good to plates).
Pros: Half of the rooms have a beautiful view to the valley, friendly staff
Cons: The hotel is relatively old, beds not so comfortable, dinner took forever, mediocre food that was a bit too expensive. I would not come back
Pros: Quite room for a comfortable sleep and stay.
Cons: A double bed is preferrable than two single beds for a single person in a room.
Pros: Hands down great location!
Cons: Nothing to complain about.
Pros: The restaurant is great but has not enough capacity to serve all guests. We had dinner only once here. The view is amazing. Nice Spa area... Great spot to explore the Jura. Will return
Cons: The Hotel is 3,5km from the next train station. Trains from Yverdon arrive there every 30min. Somewhat a bus operates but only on a hourly basis and the bus has to be prebooked by phone. We walked to the hotel. It's kind of surprising this is not managed. I would expect to call reception and everything works then... It didn't. At breakfast there is nobody serving coffee. Everybody is queuing in front of a coffee machine... Bistro is very basic
Pros: The view is great, the staff super nice and helpful. Food is very good. The swimming pool is nice.
Cons: Bed a bit small otherwise everything was good.
Pros: This is a truly grand relic, think 'Overlook' in the Shining but fortunately not run by a couple with a young son. The pool, fitness area is great. The room fantastic, comfortable, spacious and quiet with great views. The Bistrot was very good and the service there was relaxed and the food was staple expert Swiss fare well done. In summer I guess the tennis court, outdoor mega chess and mini golf would be great. Looking at the black and white photos and the remaining art deco fittings this was indeed a grand hotel frequented by Charles Aznavour and the like...
Cons: Surprisingly cold front of house. Often a hello or goodbye not reciprocated. The breakfast was not good at all. The bread and coffee were OK but the selection in the buffet unimaginative, scraps of meat, small pots of warm yoghurt, reconstituted OJ, old fruit. No-one on hand supervising these. im sure, apart from the bread that the food was the same on Monday as on Sunday morning.
Situated in Môtiers, 34 km from La Chaux-de-Fonds, A CÔTE features a restaurant and free WiFi. A buffet breakfast is available each morning at the bed and breakfast. A terrace is available on site and cycling can be enjoyed within close proximity of A CÔTE. Neuchâtel is 29 km from the accommodation, while Yverdon-les-Bains is 36 km from the property. The nearest airport is Bern-Belp Airport, 86 km from A CÔTE.
Pros: The owners are lovely and friendly, the breakfast delicious with tasty local products and homemade jams and yogurt. I loved this place, very clean and cosy, its location is also ideal!
Pros: Everything! The owner is lovely and a very interesting person. The breakfast in the cafe downstairs was great. Moutier is a beautiful village and handy for walking to Creux du Van.
Cons: A bit more expensive than I like to pay but still good value.
Pros: Excellent breakfast, homemade and local food!
Pros: It was a wonderful visit, I would stay there again!
Pros: Friendly and helpful staff, great breakfast, super clean and comfortable.
Located in a historic building from 1725, Hôtel de France is situated in the centre of Sainte-Croix. The on-site restaurant offers a modern cuisine favouring regional and seasonal products. All rooms come with a flat-screen TV and a bathroom with a hairdryer and a shower. High speed WiFi is available throughout the hotel. You can consume a freshly prepared breakfast each day including home-made Swiss muesli. The restaurant is also known for its large selection of Absinthe and Absinthe-based dishes. Conference rooms are at guests' disposal. Secure storage for bicycles and skis is provided free of charge. Free private parking is possible on site or nearby. Yverdon-les-Bains and the Lake Neuchâtel are a 20-minute drive from the hotel. The SwissMobile Hiking and Cycling Trails can be accessed right outside. Popular activities in the area are jogging, hill running, snow shoe walking or cross-country skiing. The closest bus stop is 250 metres away and the main train station can be reached within an 8-minute walk.
Pros: Good breakfast. Quiet and good location. Slept well and the room was spacious.
Cons: Rooms and restaurant a little pricey and the place lacked any atmosphere but maybe this be different when busier. Bathroom was quite basic.
Pros: Everything. Clean and well-appointed room. Parking. Location as starting point for hiking to le Chasseron. The personnel is very kind and helpful. Good dinner and breakfast.
Cons: That we couldn't stay longer.
Pros: Nice view from the window. The bed was so soft and comfy!
Pros: Really friendly staff, good simple breakfast and a great spacious room. Just great, would definitely recommend it to friends and family
Cons: The bed wasn’t that comfortable
With a stay at Hôtel de l'Aigle in Val-de-Travers, you'll be next to a golf course, just steps from Artemisia Absinthe Distillery and a 3-minute drive from Asphalt Mines. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference space and a meeting room. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Friendly and helpful staff. The location is excellent for visiting the surrounding areas. It is possible to have a drink inside/outside or in the garden. Plenty of parking spaces. The breakfast was very good.
Cons: Only one thin pillow was supplied. This was however rectified by the staff who supplied additional pillows.
Pros: Nice setting, very authentic Swiss style.....and we took our two dogs who also loved Couvet and the hotel
Cons: Great staff at dinner. Very attentive and hugely knowledgeable about the menu.....can’t rate them highly enough. The young man who served us was excellent and compliments to the chef
Pros: The kitchen and service was excellent. The variety of menu choices including wines was excellent!
Cons: For a longer stay, the room size and amenities provided may not be ideal.
Pros: Spacious room. Nice restaurant. Smiling and helpful staff. Steam shower. Easy parking.
Cons: Pillows are too small and flat.
Pros: Enormous 4K tv in sitting-room, freshly baked, still warm bread at 06:30, duvet warm enough for the Antarctic, kettle in the room, as well as in the dining room with a freely accessible coffee machine, a shower cabin that would put a 4* Hotel to shame, with music, side and top showers
Pros: Clean rooms with very comfortable beds and all you might need (kettle, extra sheets, etc). There are lots of books and dvds. Free supply of different types of tea (coffee outside breakfast costs 1chf). Bathroom has a bathtub and a smart shower. All in all, somewhat well organized and good value for the money. If only it weren't for the following bad points ...
Cons: Judging by the other reviews raving about the hosts being so friendly and warm, I think we were really unlucky. Our experience was completely different: Flo & Pierre don't really have an idea of what it means to be a warm host. They both acted cold and distant, Flo actually never smiled with Pierre a bit more pleasant. And since the house is shared between the guests and the hosts, is really easy to feel uncomfortable. But as this might be subjective, here are some strange happenings: - Flo always goes trough the house and puts back objects in the exact, precomputed location: this pillow goes there, this chair sits exactly over here. With the guests actually there, trying to relax. - You always need to ask, even for the simplest of things, they never come to you with a "would you like to .. ?" - We opted for one dinner to be cooked by them. Pierre kindly said he can prepare some trout for us, just that we need to decide how many portions. Nice! We counted 4 portions and the 5th person was not into fish so I went and asked if the 5th option could be a steak. Flo quickly told me we cannot chose the menu at all (?!) but Pierre said he knew we want fish and it's ok and we settled for the 5th person to enjoy the vegetarian garnishing. Goodish. Then, the day of the dinner, around 3-4PM, just after we eat our own food (and they saw that), Pierre told us dinner will be ready at 6:30PM. No question asked, it'a given. We politely asked if 8PM should work and he said he's house is no restaurant and it's 6:30PM take it or leave it. We left it. I'll stop here, there's no point in remembering anymore of this. I'll assume we caught them in a bad moment. But, objectively fyi: - breakfast is light: there is milk, juice, some marmalade, 2 types of honey, sugar, butter, one fresh baguette and one sweet bread. There is coffee from a DeLonghi machine and lots of types of tea.
Pros: It's an amazing place to spend relaxing weekend in the countryside
Cons: We did enjoy a delicious break along with bio jams and fresh healthy milk
Pros: Very nice owner with excellence breakfast.
Cons: They use Buddha sign and stamp for decorate such bathroom curtain, Blanket , bed sheet, that is so fragile for who are Buddhism .
Pros: No traffic - countryside - farm animals - wonderful breakfast - very polite landlords.
Cons: The WiFi in the bedroom
Pros: The hosts were very friendly and welcoming and we loved their pets, the 2 dogs and 4 cats and the donkeys! It has a very homely feel.
Cons: The bed though big was not very comfy. Also there was a lot of dust around the place. It was a bit far out of the town of Yverdon-les-bains with not a lot of regular public transport available.
Pros: The coffee was excellent and there was an impressive variety of teas. We loved the house and garden and the friendly atmosphere.
Cons: The narrow staircase up to the bathroom makes the property not really suitable for guests with reduced mobility.
With a stay at Hôtel - Grill Crêt de l'Anneau in Val-de-Travers, you'll be within a 5-minute drive of Asphalt Mines and Artemisia Absinthe Distillery. Free self parking is available onsite.
Cons: The cook was ill for the duration of our stay. The restaurant remained closed during this time. Not even drinks were available! The check in could have been more friendly. Breakfast was average. A second coffee was never offered and the service generally seemed to be an inconvenience.
Pros: Yes, it’s good, clean and tidy and the food is also good Aside by the road, a bit car noise is expected
Cons: Well since I travel alone there by train with 25kg luggage, take me around 20 mins walk from Travers station However, the owner is so nice that, when I leave his drive me back to the station
Pros: Nummer exceptionally clean, including bathroom. Tasty breakfast and amazing coffee. As I planned 2 day hiking, was a good base to stay.
Cons: This was my „mistake“, bu I really thought it is closer from the station. Takes approx. 20 min from Travers station to get to the hotel.
Pros: Clean, warm place to get a rest on the road trip. Perfect location for our needs. Friendly host. Breakfast included.
Cons: Narrow stairs to the top floor. Internet (Wi-fi) could be better.
Pros: Not much but the food was good
Cons: The lazy proprietor
Pros: 4person room was very spacious and the sound isolation for the road was great. Bathroom was as well nice and spacious. Parking was free and easy.
Cons: Breakfast was bit thin. One would have wished some fresh things and maybe an egg... Wash basin in the bathroom is bit of a joke and fulfills a mission of drain entrance and pretty much nothing else i.e. it is way too small and funny located to be useful. One would also wish some lowering places (shelves etc.) in such a big bathroom
Pros: This was an older but fairly recently re-furbished hotel which had been taken on by a young couple management team. The staff were very friendly and helpful, the room was clean and comfortable and the breakfast okay. I chose the hotel because it was on a long-distance hiking route in the Jura Mountains which I was doing. It was a long way out of Travers, the nearest town and probably most suited to clients on motoring or cycling holidays rather than pedestrians like myself!
Cons: The 'per room' pricing policy meant that it was relatively expensive for a single traveller like myself - there was no 'single occupancy' room rate but I should have checked on this before I booked!
Pros: Relaxed feel, very clean, comfy beds, excellent continental breakfast and very pleasant hosts (although don’t speak English so fairly tricky to communicate with, but didn’t detract from all the positives)
Cons: Nothing considering the pricing.
The Hôtel de l'Ours is situated at the foothills of the Jura mountains in Vuiteboeuf below Sainte-Croix with its famous music-box museum. It offers free Wi-Fi and free parking. The small hotel has a restaurant specialised in authentic Chinese cuisine and serving a simple breakfast with coffee/tea and croissants, and a conference room. The half-board dinner includes 3 courses. Vuiteboeuf and the Hôtel de l'Ours can be easily reached by train, bus or car. The museum Centre International de la Mécanique d'Art is also located in nearby Sainte-Croix.
Pros: owned and serviced by shanghai and beijing persons. i was so surprised. the owner even proposed me his bike to go to vugelles wonderfull diner great sleap
Pros: I liked the Chinese food for supper.
Cons: The light on the bedside did not work. Shower with very low water pressure. Rumor on the floor upstairs. Breakfast not included in the price.
Pros: Nice room, comfortable bed, very nice service.
Cons: Sadly the restaurant was closed because of its weekly closing day.
Located in Fleurier in the Val de Travers, hotel de la poste is 32 km from Neuchâtel and a 10-minute drive from the French border. Free WiFi is available. Fleurier Train Station is 200 metres from hotel de la poste.
Pros: This hotel is a little gem trapped in the 80s. Although on arrival it appeared abandoned, if you enter the side door and climb 3 flights of stairs, you'll find the proprietor and her cat in her flat upstairs. She'll wheeze downstairs and take a seat while directing you how to open a door to a charming room, immaculately clean and with a sink in the corner. Bathroom is communal although I doubt how often there are enough guests that you'd need to share. This too was spotless and well stocked with a wide selection of toiletries from hotels around the globe. Floorboards creak atmospherically everywhere you step. Centrally located you can park in the town car park directly outside the hotel, and the only 2 open restaurants in town are less than a minute walk. To check out you simply leave your key in the door! The town is beautiful although quite deserted. All together a very quirky and romantic stay.
Cons: The side door (way in and out) was locked overnight so we had to ask for the key to get out in the morning.