4 based on 113 reviews
1569, also vor 448 Jahren wurde der Bären als erster Gasthof in Adelboden gebaut. Seither steht er für Gastfreundschaft, Geselligkeit und Ort, wo fröhliche Menschen sich treffen. 1934 wurde das damals 365 Jahre alte Haus abgerissen und neu aufgebuat. Seither immer wieder renoviert, letztmals im grossen Stil im Sommer 1991. Die Zeit bleibt nicht stehen und die Erwartungshaltung der Gäste stiegt zurecht. Im Frühling 2017 wurden alle Hotelzimmer neu gestaltet. Moderner, komfortabler aber nach wie vor mit dem Charme, welcher das Haus seit Jahren prägt. Die letzten zwei Monate standen im Zeichen des neuen Restaurants. Beim Umbau hatten wir das Ziel, den Start für ein neues Kapitel in der Bärengeschichte einzuleiten. Wertige, bewährte Baustoffe aus der Region wurden eingesetzt, spielerisch verschmolzen mit modernen Akzenten. Wohlfühlen in einer besonderen Atmosphäre sollen sich unsere Gäste auch künftig, weil wie schon vor 448 Jahren - Tradition verpflichtet.
We had the most unique and delicious meal there.
Not sure of the Swiss name, but there was an egg on top of pizza, surprisingly delicious...and wonderful salad, with very good dressing, and we think potatoes. Very tasty, and delicious. The photos are beautiful and don't do the meal justice with the flavor.
5 based on 59 reviews
After a drive on a small lane, I arrived between lunch and dinner. In order to shelter from the thunderstorm, I dropped in.
Beautiful vernacular architecture, sunburnt wooden facade, a nice ambience.
The host was hospitable and talkative, interested in the coming and going of his guests.
The price level is moderate, I believe.
I only had coffee and instantly left after the thunderstorm.
5 based on 24 reviews
The food is not as good as at the Cambrian and they do seem to like sauces for the main courses. However it all tasted good, the service was very good and the starters really enjoyable especially the smoked fish
4.5 based on 123 reviews
A Steine is equivalent to a pint for the British. Try the wheat beer and other local beers.
If you are in a group you can pay for your share separately. This pub/tavern closes certain days, these are usually displayed on the door.
The waitresses speak some basic English.
4.5 based on 79 reviews
The salad here is the best one that I hv ever have. So fresh and the sauce was perfect! I also ordered steak tartar, which is better than Thd one in the bar of The Cambrian hotel but not the best one I ever hv ( my rate is : 4/5 ) the pea Soup was ok. It can be better if adding more butter and little more bacon . Service is good. I am happy with my meal because of the perfect salad that I ever have. Since not many choices for lunch in Adelboden that near the hotel that I stayed . I would like to give a five stars to this restaurant .
4.5 based on 17 reviews
This restaurant which is situated with a superb view of the mountain after which it is named is another of our favourites in Boden.
We have been rescued from starvation many times when other restaurants in the area have stopped serving meals after the strict, short lunchtime hours.
A case in point was yesterday when having been treated badly by a rude waitress on Lake Thun we arrived at this place and the waitress was all smiles and good service.
We were too late for the main lunch menu but ate well with freshly made salads and pommes frites sitting outside on the attractive Terrace and marvelling at the beauty of the Wildstrubel mountain.
4.5 based on 83 reviews
It is definitely worth putting into this café for a cake and tea/coffee. I enjoyed the apple tart which was delicious. The pastry was so well baked and so fresh! My husband enjoyed the apple strudel and said it was very good.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
My wife & I (aged in our 60's) walked from Adelboden village down to the river at the bottom of the valley and then along it to a beautiful big waterfall (Engstigenfalle). This took a little more than an hour and was fairly easygoing. Alternatively you can catch a bus to near the waterfall.
We then took the track up to Engstigenalp, about a 2 hour steep climb of about 600m. The trail is well marked but rough under foot with many steps and is quite steep. Views from many parts are rewarding. You pass through forest and then pretty alpine vegetation. In summer cows are brought up here to graze. At the top the land opens up to a large flat expanse surrounded by an Amphitheater of hills some adorned by ice - beautiful. There are hotels here where refreshments are available.
Many people access this area by cable car which operates at this time of year.
We returned via the same route having spent about 20 minutes for lunch.
The whole walk took us about 7 3/4 hours. It was a very interesting, satisfying and rewarding day.
4 based on 22 reviews
4 based on 41 reviews
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