The 100 year-old farm building in Burtigarden has been restored and rebuilt, giving the old rooms new functions; the cow byre is a dining room and sitting room with an open fire, the pigsty is the kitchen, and the old hay store has been turned into a outdoor lounge area. All meals are based on local ingredients, changing from season to season.
We start the day with delicious bread. To avoid overwhelming you with too many products, we do serve a fine selection of cold cuts, freshly made jam, cereal, homemade scrambled eggs and smoked salmon prepared in the traditional style. In addition to freshly brewed Jacu coffee and tea, we offer locally sourced apple juice from the valley.
As our guests are either on their way to their next destination or out to explore, we usually do not offer lunch. We gladly help you find a good local restaurant for or do recommend you to prepare yourself a packed lunch at our breakfast buffet. If you wish to take a hot beverage with you, we are happy to send a thermos flask with you on the way.
We serve dinner at a long table in the cow barn. Conversation can get quite lively around the table. Many of the guests have come a long way and have travelled far and wide, and it’s good to meet over a hearty meal. Even if we come from different countries and different cultures, we easily find common ground and never run out of topics to talk about.