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Railway House, Glamping

In the original walls of the ‘House of Merlach’, where the ‘signalman’ operated the movement of trains in the village of Meyriez, awaits to unconventional gem, best characterized by it’s charm, comfort and discreet elegance. This guesthouse has been refurbished completely call while emphasizing the natural and authentic surfaces of the original material. The carefully selected rustic yet modern furniture will give guests a sense of well-being while the harmonious atmosphere and attention to detail combine the luxurious with the simple.

The Railway House covers two stories and includes a master bedroom, which has direct access to a modern bathroom and shower, a breezy living room equipped with a fireplace, walk-in wardrobe, minibar, coffee machine and a private balcony with stunning views over the Lake Murten. The property therefore boasts a terrace where guests can enjoy the view and relax on the sun lounge chairs. For recreation uses, guests may enjoy the lakeside park of the hotel with sun lounging chairs and a private beach.

The property is thus ideal for getaway for families, with the possibility to add extra beds in another spacious and breezy room of the house. For lovers of individualistic holiday hideaways, the Railway House is a hidden treasure that we are proud to present as the perfect addition to our unique and nature inspired offerings of La Pinte du Vieux Manoir.

 

  • Private balcony and terrace
  • Lakeside park of the hotel with sun lounging chairs and private lake acces
  • Cozy indoor fireplace
  • Free parking
  • TV in the master bedroom and living room
  • Free Wifi
  • Minibar and coffee machine
  • Bathrobes and slippers
  • Non-smoking room

 

Rates:

15th of February – 15th of December
CHF 380.00 per night for 2 guests
Inclusive of: a continental breakfast basket delivered to the room, fruits and mineral water upon arrival, bikes and walking sticks freely available, wireless access, service and VAT. The city tax of CHF 3.25 per person per night will be charged separately.

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