How about relaxing and unforgettable holidays in the heart of Switzerland in an exclusive location in the Bernese Oberland on the beautiful Lake Thun? Let yourself be enchanted by the diverse Swiss mountains. The Garden Studio Ursula offers the perfect setting for unforgettable, romantic togetherness over the rooftops of Oberhofen with an overwhelming view over Lake Thun and the mountains, its own swimming pool and private panorama sauna.
“Markus and Svetlana are very good hosts. The kitchen also has fondue and raclette utensils for cozy evenings on the garden terrace (there is a socket outside). The view is fantastic and you can even enjoy it from bed and shower. The garden is lovingly maintained and the pool was at a comfortable temperature. My boyfriend and I will definitely come back, we enjoyed it very much! Everything is almost as described and shown in the photos. Simply more beautiful! :)”
My 2 room ground floor flat looking over the lake of Thun can accommodate 4 people. Two adults on a large king size bed and two adults or children on a couch bed (pull out bottom bed to sleep two). The kitchen lounge allows relaxing and cooking your own delicious meals. The view from the lounge looks out to the lake and over to the Niesen and Stockhorn mountains. The Town Oberhofen has many fine Restaurants or shop at Vogt to buy your own food requirements. Parking is available. Enjoy.
“The apartment is great. Sparkling clean, great facilities. Super double bed slept very well. The kitchen is fully equipped. And look at the lake and sneeze at breakfast, lovely.”
- Studio 45 m2 for 2 + 2 persons. (1 double + 2 single beds) - Panoramic view of Lake Thun and the Alps - Kitchen fully equipped m / dishwashing machine, Microwave, coffee machine, toaster, kettle - Large covered balcony - Bathroom + towels included - TV + Wi-Fi
“The apartment is clean and the kitchen is well equipped. A special highlight is the balcony, from which you have a perfect view of Lake Thun, the Stockhorn and the NIesen and - in sunny weather - of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. We didn't meet the host personally, but everything was very straightforward.”