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WELCOME to the Gasthaus Brünig Kulm


The Gasthaus Brünig Kulm has been owned by the G&P GRUPPE Lucerne since February 2018 - www.gp-gruppe.ch.

We have given this beautiful building a fresh breeze, a love for details as well as lots of G&P know-how.

The Bruenig team has already found many new fans. This gives us a lot of pleasure and is a daily incentive to do our best for our guests at all times. The Gasthaus Brünig Kulm is a cosy restaurant with a classic yet modern Swiss cuisine, with regional produce and seasonal specialties. A separate room for 20 people is available as well as a large terrace with a wonderful panorama. In addition, we offer 8 homey hotel rooms, 3 universal charging stations, 50 private parking spaces and a lockable storage room for your bikes and skis.


We are looking forward to your visit and to welcome you here!


The Gasthaus Brünig Kulm Team

Barbara Kress & Urs Gügler, Owners


PS: Follow the current events at the Gasthaus Brünig Kulm on Facebook and Instagram.

PS II: If you are interessted on how and where we pay attention to sustainability - because this is very important to us - you can read more in our sustainability brochure.


Click here for the menu «food and drinks».

Click here for our spring menu with asparagus.

Click here for our breakfast menu (German).

Click here for our Ballenberg museum package.

Gift unforgettable moments at Gasthaus Brünig Kulm with our vouchers. We gladly accept your order via email or directly on site.

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Gasthaus Brünig Kulm

Brünigstrasse 617 | CH-3860 Meiringen

Opening Hours: From 8am to 10pm | Monday to Sunday

Serving hot food daily from 11am to 9pm

Check-in: 3pm to 9pm | Check-out: until 11am


2 minutes on foot from the train station Brünig-Hasliberg

60 minutes car drive - from Berne 

25 minutes car drive - from Interlaken

40 minutes car drive - from Lucerne

50 car parking spaces on-site and free of charge

On the pilgrimage route of St James, directly along the pilgrims’ path between Einsiedeln and Amsoldingen