Hotel Restaurant at the foot of the Grimsel
The typical family-run Swiss Chalet Hotel Restaurant Tannenhof is located in the middle of the village of Oberwald at the foot of three famous Alpine passes Grimsel, Furka and Nufenen. The hotel spoils it’s guests with breathtaking views of the Valais Alps. The property is a perfect starting point for many hikers in summer and winter alike.
Andermatt can be reached in around 30 minutes via the car train through the Furka tunnel.
Zone: Living zone
Plot: 969 m2
1957 construction date of main building
1969 construction of lodge
1972 construction of restaurant and lodge
1980 construction of Hotel Rest. Tannenhof
1980 – 2009 – renovations and extensions
All rooms are equipped with shower / WC or bathtub / TV and Wi-Fi
Total of 16 rooms / 32 beds
The parking space in the adjacent building worth of CHF
35’000.- is included in the selling price.
Dining room approx. 35 seats
Restaurant approx. 35 seats
Panorama hall approx. 70 seats
Guest room approx. 15 seats
Terrace approx. 60 seats Kitchen
Various premises approx. 12 carparks
Condition: Thanks to continuous investments, the hotel is in a well-maintained condition.
Inventory: The big- and small inventory of the owner’s is included in the selling price.
Excluded are personal belongings and vehicles of the owners.
Booking/Turnover: Will be shown after submission of a Letter of Interest (LOI).
Fire Insurance Value:
Special Information: Purchase by people of foreign nationalities is possible.
Reservation: Rights to detailed information and changes to information are reserved.
The Hotel is the highest village in the Goms holiday region, this Valaisian village consisting of picturesque houses and streets. with car transport – between the Cantons of Uri (Realp) and Valais become a reality.
The Hotel is well known as the starting point of the Goms cross-country ski run, a network of 100km runs between Oberwald and Niederwald. Snowshoe trekkers and ski-touring enthusiasts can choose 5 from routes in varying degrees of difficulty around Oberwald, such as the Sidelhorn, Blashorn, Tällistock, Gross Muttenhorn etc. Sledging fans and winter hikers also find the facilities to enjoy their
The tiny village of Gletsch at an altitude of 1759 meters also belongs to the municipality . Gletsch lies at the foot of the Furka and Grimsel pass roads and has a nature theme path that leads in a mere half hour’s walk to the glacial forefield. The Furka Glacier has receded dramatically in recent years. Gletsch’s landmark and raison d’être is the «Grand Hotel Glacier du Rhône», built at the beginning of the 19th century and still exuding the essence of the heyday of Alpine pass travel, and the small station of the Furka steam railway.