Telephone

UK 01903 743193

24/7 UK 07941 049509

Email

Info@altogold.com

BERNESE OBERLAND

Beautiful Holiday accommodation on Lake side site

MANOR FARM

Relax or Explore the region

GRINDELWALD

Walking and cycling the Alpine routes

BERNESE OBERLAND

Reward for your walk Stunning Alpine views

HASTLIBERG

Trotti bike down the mountains for FUN

BEATENBERG

Take it easy and spoil your selves

MANOR FARM

Choose from two private beaches

HASTLIBERG

Enjoy a lift to the surrounding peaks

BRIENZERSEE

A taste of the Lakes

BRIENZERSEE

Take a cruise on the 2 lakes

BONIGEN

Be adventurous in our region

Arrival Date Nights Adults Children (0 - 18 years) Currency  

Travel preparations Outside Europe Guide only.

  • Passport and Visas – Make sure you have your passport and necessary visas. If you don’t have a passport already, make sure you apply for one 2-3 months in advance of your trip. Waiting for a visa can take up to a month in itself, so get your application in early.
  • Vaccinations – Get the necessary vaccinations, (Europeans do not need them for Switzerland) and make sure you are updated on other shots, like tetanus. You can find information about country-specific vaccinations from your physician.
  • Mail / Postage – Have a friendly neighbours collect your mail or arrange for your local post office to hold your deliveries for the duration of your stay in Europe
  • Pay Bills – Depending upon the duration of your stay, you may want to pay your bills in advance, or set up internet accounts so that you can pay from your checking account remotely.
  • Your Bank – Call your credit card company or your bank to let them know that you will be using your credit or debit cards in Europe. Tell them what countries you plan to be in and the dates you plan to be away. Some banks or credit card companies will automatically cancel cards that are used overseas for security purposes.
  • Copies of Documents (Remember in some cases COLOUR DOCUMENT ARE Illegal) Give someone close to you a black and white photocopy of your passport and visas. If something happens to your passport (or you), it’s good for someone at home to have all of your identifying information.
  • Contact Information – Give contact information to appropriate parties. Let others know what email address they can reach you at, what hotels you may be staying in, and the duration of your stay in each location.
  • Communication – Electronic communication is the most time-efficient way to tell everyone you are safe. If you choose to mass e-mail friends, you don’t want to miss anyone in the high-energy flurry of your messages–so prepare your list in advance. Also be aware that initial set-up of an internet journal account from Europe may be frustrating, so do it at home. The internet cafes are fairly user-friendly, but you may have trouble navigating programs designed with native speakers in mind.
  • Photos – You may want to set up an internet photo gallery to share photo current photos with friends and family. Download directly from your digital camera to the photo gallery if you don’t plan on bringing your laptop.
  • Someone to Watch Your House – If you rent, let your landlord know how long you will be gone. If you own a house, have someone check on your place once a week.

Packing essentials : TIPS / Ideas

Travel Tickets (Airline, Rail ticket, Cross Channel) —- Passport —- Wallet —- Cash (Currency) —– Picture ID —- Travellers checks

Copies of accommodation, rental car, etc. confirmations (Insurances and Drivers licence).

Emergency phone numbers —- Contact numbers to report credit cards

Prescription and OTC medications

Language/English dictionary

 Maps (including point-to-point directions to lodging) —- Guidebooks

Currency converter —- Plug adaptor —– Self-Care items to pack —- Umbrella —- Travel alarm clock —- Addresses and pens —- Glasses, sunglasses and contacts

—- Books and magazines —- Anti-bacterial hand gel or wipes/Hand lotion —- Travel pillow —– Small first-aid kit —- Sewing kit —-

Security items to pack

Luggage locks —- Travel security alarm —- Luggage name tags —- Hidden money pack

Plus your own personal Clothing list

 

 

 

 

 

Accommodation

We Offer a choice of quality self-catering accommodation our range cabins from the Static Mobile Home through to our Oberhofen and Brienz range cabins that are more like holiday chalets than the static homes. All designed to provide ample living space for the whole family with the luxuries of home, while you are on holiday.

Travel information

Whether travelling to our location by car, Train or airplane why not check out our Help guide.

Special Offers

Throughout the year, there are special offers, Promotions and Late dates. Why not bookmark this page for some great deals.

Holiday FUN ideas

Fun for all is part of your holiday. We offer an insight in to what to see and do along with a little bit of extra information to help you get the best from our holidays.

Fun- and TreK Activities

In association with our Local Partners, we bring to life those who think holidays are dull or uninteresting. With its combination of mountains, rivers, great accommodation, And added adventures from river rafting to sky diving as Interlaken has become a destination for the young and old to explore their limits.

Camping

A great way to experience basic holidaying without all the fuss. We can arrange you site reservation and offer the services of our onsite managers

Swiss Office (Seasonal)

C/o Altogold Swiss Holidays

Neuhaus Manor Farm AG

Seestrasse 201

Unterseen

Postfach

3800

Interlaken

Switzerland

 

Head Office Address

Altogold LTD

Hillside Walk

Storrington

West Sussex

RH20 3HL

 

Company No 1333938

V.A.T. GB194 1807 48

 

Altogold Ltd (Trade Marked 2629010)

 

Altogold Ltd (Trade Marked 2629010), Swiss Holidays, Altogold Travel. Sun-TreK holiday homes, Sun-TreK holidays, Fun-Trek, Swiss Caravan Holidays are trading names of Altogold LTD Est 1969."Altogold" is the trademark of this company.

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