The house, a former children’s home run by my grandparents, has been transformed into a guesthouse with a café, art exhibitions and cultural events.

The path to the handsome house leads through a lovely garden with sculptures and a lawn with a swing for kids. The Bernese chalet has a south-facing terrace with 30 places to sit and offers a beautiful view.

There are 4 rooms for guests on the first floor, which can be rented individually or together. One has its own kitchen and 3 of the rooms have direct access to the balcony with a view of Lake Thun and the mountains.

Regular art exhibitions and cultural events make the house is a meeting place for locals, guests and passersby.


How to get here

By public transport

Direct buses run from Thun to Sigriswil until late at night.


  • Thun-Gunten-Sigriswil – pdf
  • Sigriswil-Gunten-Thun – pdf

The house is a 15-minute walk from the terminus bus station Dorf in Sigriswil.
There are hourly buses from Thun / Gunten to Interlaken until 7 p.m.



By car

On the Bern-Interlaken highway take the exit Thun Nord and follow the signs to Gunten and thence to Sigriswil. The house has 4 parking places. Please inform us in advance if are coming by car.

By bicycle

There are several bike routes that pass through Sigriswil. There are bike stands at the house.