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Restaurant Waldhüs Bodmen
Panoramastrasse 42
CH-3906 Saas-Fee
+41 27 957 20 75
 
 
 

History

The Bodmen settlement has existed for centuries. On the outer beam of an old larch house of this settlement you can still see the year of the construction of this building, which was executed in chip carving, namely the year 1773. Next to this year are the initials of the builders of the building: P. I.

Abraham Imseng (1849 – 1909) built the original café floor around 1909. It was run by his daughter Agnes.

The painter Paul Huguenin (1870 – 1919) from Le Locle was buried north of the Bodmen housing estate after his death, as he wished, because he particularly liked this piece of land. Due to the exposed location of the mentioned tomb, visitors are warned to be careful. The following inscription can be read on the tombstone: “Paul Huguenin, artiste peintre, 1870 – 1919. Là-bas, là-bas, c’est ma patrie. "

(Valais messenger of June 16, 1998)

In 1929, Emanuel Bumann from Saas-Fee became the owner of the Café-Bodmen through an auction. He ran it in an exemplary manner with his wife Leonie for twenty years.

Leonie Bumann, Emanuel's wife, prepared and served the first raclettes in the Saas Valley around 1929 in the Café-Bodmen. At a young age she worked in the Lower Valais, where she got to know this speciality

(Saas Chronicle, page 119).

In 1949, Café-Bodmen was bought by Olga Schnyder. After several changes of ownership, Sepp and Margrit Manser bought this café in 1996. They knew how to convert this well-located business into a genuine Saas inn, which is a rare find nowadays, to enlarge it and extend it with an inviting terrace, from which you can enjoy a unique view of the Saas Valley with the Bietschhorn pyramid at the end enjoy.

The patrons know how to warmly give every guest the feeling that they are waiting for them like a good friend. Here you can forget everyday life for a few hours. Because you can't hear the noise of the world where the Manser family's "Waldhüs-Bodmen" is located.

(source: Werner Imseng)

 
 
 
 

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Waldhüs Bodmen
Panoramastrasse 42
CH-3906 Saas-Fee

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+41 27 957 20 75

 

Please call us to make a reservation. 

 

Opening hours

 
Open from 10:30 a.m

Kitchen open from 11:30 a.m

Kitchen closed from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m
 
We are looking forward to welcoming you with us.
 
     

Space available

 
70   Seats restaurant
120   Seats panoramic terrace
23   Seats harley-davidson room
 
 

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