La Maison du Prussien
La Maison du Prussien is an old brewery dating back to the 18th century which has been turned into a luxurious, romantic hotel with an adjoining gourmet restaurant. Only five minutes by car from Neuchâtel railway station, the Maison du Prussien welcomes its guests by the riverside, in the shade and tranquillity of big trees, amongst the ruins of three old mills dating from the 16th to the 19th century.
Le Gor of Vauseyon is the name of the historical site in which the Maison du Prussien is located. From large terraces and by way of footbridges clinging to rocks you can discover wild gorges, gushing waterfalls and a path leading to the medieval site of Valangin. You will also find a climbing wall.
|Affiliations||Charme & Caractère Hôtels|
|Gastronomy||16 points by Gault & Millau|
|Season||January - December|
|Nearby Golf Courses||Neuchâtel (18)|
Les Bois (18)
|Nearby Cities||La-Chaux-des-Fonds (20min)|
|Nearby Intl. Airport||Geneva/GVA (75min)|
|Nearby Attractions||Château de Neuchâtel|
Neuchâtel Historic Town Center
Casino of Neuchâtel.
La-Chaux-de-Fonds UNESCO world heritage watchmaker town
Visit of the watch museums of some of the world's most famous Swiss watchmakers
Assemble your own, personalized watch at a watchmakers workshop
Visit of an automaton museum
Chocolat factory visit
Cheesemaker manufacture visit
Creux-du-Van rocky cirque, Gorges de l'Areuse
Saut-du-Doubs waterfalls and Lac des Brenets lake
Chaumont Panoramic Funicular Railway
|Official Hotel Website||La Maison du Prussien|