Hotel Restaurant Lotschberg

Thunstr. 2, Spiez, 3700, Switzerland
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1. Cisaplino arriving at Spiez1. Cisaplino arriving at Spiez

Forum Posts

Holiday appt in Spiez

by prasad14

Hi,

I'd be in Switzerland with my family during April/May. I'm looking a holiday apartment for two weeks, which is close to railway station, and which shall have a furnished kitchen, a 4-bed accomodation and a washing machine. I looked at websites and they throw a lot of options and I could not decide. If there are any suggestions from VTers, it would be of great help. I chose Spiez as it is serene (which Swiss village isn't) and has easy access to lot of places.

Thanks a lot.

Re: Holiday appt in Spiez

by K_V_B

Spiez isn't very big, so anywhere is walkable from the railway station. The areas nearer the lake are actually the nicest.
Have a look here:
http://fewo.myswitzerland.com/en/Apartments/RES-768/berneroberland/spiez_.aspx
You can use maps.google.ch to see where a place is in relation to the station, the lake and other transportation.

Re: Holiday appt in Spiez

by prasad14

Thank you so much K_V_B.

Re: Holiday appt in Spiez

by HOH

Prasad
I must admit I have always just passed thru Spiez, so I do not know it very well. I like the Interlaken area and find it still pretty easy to get around from there. I am in love with the Lauterbrunen Valley and just feel there is so much to see and do there. I have rented there and spent a week at a time and not ventured out and just walked and walked. Spring is the only season I have not been there. Weather as you probably know can always be a factor and snow a possibility. I just find that valley to be Paradise. Have Fun no matter where you choose.

Travel Tips for Spiez

Sailing

by german_eagle

Lake Thun offers a large variety of water sports. The bay of Spiez is very well known for their sailing school.

Due to the nearby mountains the wind conditions are usually excellent. You can rent everything you need.

Neuhaus - for sailers, cruises & more

by globetrott

Neuhaus is one of the great places you will get to, when taking a cruise at Thunersee. It is just a small village of only a very few houses, but it is also a quiet part of the lake, mostly untouched and with some lovely, remote bays. There is also a large hotel (Motel & Restaurant Neuhaus) and a giant campingsite at the north-east-end of Thuner See. Neuhaus is a perfect place for a quiet vacation, there is also the golf-course of the city of Interlaken, a natural-reserve-park and a public bathing-area including changing facilities and toilets. You may get to Neuhaus eighter by bus (go first to Thun or Interlaken, that bus is driving along the north-bank of the lake ) or you may take the cruise-ship, Neuhaus will be the last stop before you get to Interlaken. Neuhaus is also a great place to go paragliding !
You may get to Neuhaus by ship on the Thunersee
the distance from Spiez is 12 km when cruising
or a bit more, when you go there by car

Huenegg - an Art Nouveau-palace

by globetrott

Schloss Huenegg is the next stop after Oberhofen, when you are taking a cruise at Thunersee from Spiez. Huenegg castle is in Huenibach, a small village at the northern bank of Thunersee, opposite of Spiez, in a distance of just 6km. Schloss Huenegg was built in french renaissance-style between 1861 and 1863 and in summer 2005 it was unfortunately under reconstruction, as you may see on my photograph.
Already in the year 1900 it was redecorated and furnished with a lovely Art-Nouveau-interior.
Schloss Huenegg is open for visitors
daily between May 15th and October 15th
daily between 02.00p.m. and 05.00p.m.
sundays also between 10.00a.m. and 12.00 noon.

Johann II von Bubenberg bought the castle in 1338

by globetrott

Johann II von Bubenberg bought the castle in 1338 including the villages of Spiez; Faulensee, Hondrich, Spiezwieler and Einingen for a total amount of 5600 pounds (that is equivalent to 5 million euros). He was a Schultheis (judge) in Bern and members of his family had important positions in the county of Bern untill the year 1506, when the last member of the dynasty died.
Adrian von Bubenberg is another member of that famous family, he won the battle of Murten in 1476 and he is the one, whose statue you may see in Spiez, standing in front of the castle.

See the great interior of the castle !

by globetrott

Schloss Spiez looks great from outside already, but it really makes sense to go inside as well ! You may walk around the castle on your own and may see interesting exhibits of different centuries.
On my 1st pic : my favorite room with a giant painting and a precious wooden ceiling
my3rd pic : one of the great doors
my 4th pic : a spinning-wheel like in a fairy-tale
my 5th pic: the giant painting, obviously a scene of Swiss history

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