Together for climate protection and sustainability: careful use of resources to protect the environment is important to us. You can help and support us in this.
The approach of "Cause We Care" is simple: act locally - take responsibility globally. We do whatever we can to keep our current CO₂ emissions as low as possible and to ensure that our CO₂ footprint is continuously reduced.
We cordially invite you to experience a CO₂ free stay at the Bernerhof for yourself: treat yourself to a few days or a weekend with magnificent mountain scenery, gourmet delights and an all-round good feeling!
Simply book online here:
Or would you prefer to book by phone?
We will gladly take the time to find the right room for you on the phone:
When you stay with us you can choose to contribute with an extra CHF 3 per night for sustainability and climate protection.
We double your contribution and put the total amount into the Bernerhof's own myclimate «Cause We Care» sustainability fund.
This fund is used to finance local sustainability and climate protection measures (e.g. we invest in the mountain village of Abländschen.) At the same time, the CO₂ emissions of your stay are offset through a myclimatecarbon offset project.
"Together we achieve double effectiveness. For nature, the environment and the climate. Thank you very much!"
Through this project, about 50,000 people in the rural regions of eastern Uganda will gain access to clean drinking water – in an area where sources of water such as lakes and rivers are usually contaminated with germs, spreading diarrhea or diseases like typhoid and cholera.
In Switzerland, there are many small mountain villages that are in the same situation as the village Abländschen near Gstaad: they are experiencing economic erosion, continuous depopulation and thus ultimately complete abandonment. This scenario hurts: That is why we at the Bernerhof have not only taken the initiative in Abländschen with our activities, but at the same time established the foundation "Prospectus Mons". With the aim of giving small, threatened mountain villages a perspective for the future.