Brunnerwirt, Mauterndorf

 


Federal Office of Civil Protection. I have been coming to Brunnerwirt since I was a child.

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The food is very Austrian, meat heavy and excellent portions. The service is excellent and is some ways it is a bit like eating in someone's front room, but in a good All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Log in Join Recently viewed Bookings Inbox.

Markt 93 , Mauterndorf , Austria. Map updates are paused. Zoom in to see updated info. Austrian, European, Central European. Is this restaurant good for special occasions? Does this restaurant offer table service? Is this restaurant good for local cuisine? Is this a place where you buy ingredients to cook your own food? Is this restaurant good for brunch? Is this restaurant good for breakfast? Does this restaurant serve alcohol? Does this restaurant offer takeout or food to go? Is this restaurant good for large groups?

Does this restaurant offer highchairs for toddlers? Share another experience before you go. Write a Review Reviews See what travelers are saying: Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile. Reviewed August 28, via mobile. Reviewed March 10, Reviewed August 11, Austrian traditional cooking at its best! Reviewed July 29, via mobile. Cosy terras with nice mamacooking food. Reviewed January 15, Return year after year. Reviewed December 12, via mobile. Reviewed September 27, Spot, where tourists meet locals.

Reviewed September 1, via mobile. Local restaurant with character. In Johann Georg renovated the castle into a Baroque manor. Around Georg Samuel von Werdt expanded and renovated the castle again.

Following the French invasion , and the creation of the Helvetic Republic the owners of the castle lost their medieval rights to rule over, judge and punish the villagers. However, they retained ownership of the castle and it remained in private hands. The Gürbe river correction projects of to drained the swampy valley floor and opened up additional farm and settlement land. The construction of the Gürbetal railroad in made it easier for residents to move to and from the municipality. In the s, good road and rail links allowed it to grow into a bedroom community for the growing city of Bern.

In the s, Toffen became part of the Bern agglomeration. However, there is still a small farming and dairy industry in Toffen. Toffen has an area of 4. The rest of the municipality is 0. During the same year, industrial buildings made up 1.

A total of Of the agricultural land, All the water in the municipality is flowing water. The municipality is located in the Gürbetal and stretches from the eastern slope of the Längenberg to the foot of the Belpberg. It consists of the village of Toffen and the hamlets of Breitloon and Heitere.

On 31 December Amtsbezirk Seftigen, the municipality's former district, was dissolved. On the following day, 1 January , it joined the newly created Verwaltungskreis Bern-Mittelland. The blazon of the municipal coat of arms is Gules a Swan passant Argent beaked and membered Or.

Toffen has a population as of December [update] of 2, Over the last 2 years the population has changed at a rate of 2. Migration accounted for 1. Most of the population as of [update] speaks German 2, or There are 11 people who speak Italian and 5 people who speak Romansh.

As of [update] , the population was The population was made up of 1, Swiss men There were 1, Swiss women There were 1, or As of [update] , children and teenagers 0—19 years old make up As of [update] , there were people who were single and never married in the municipality. There were 1, married individuals, 89 widows or widowers and 95 individuals who are divorced.

As of [update] , there were households that consist of only one person and 50 households with five or more people. In , single family homes made up The historical population is given in the following chart: Toffen Castle is listed as a Swiss heritage site of national significance. In the federal election, a total of votes were cast, and the voter turnout was As of [update] , there were a total of people employed in the municipality.

Of these, there were 54 people employed in the primary economic sector and about 18 businesses involved in this sector. In [update] there were a total of full-time equivalent jobs. The number of jobs in the primary sector was 31, all of which were in agriculture.

The number of jobs in the secondary sector was of which 22 or The number of jobs in the tertiary sector was In the tertiary sector; or In [update] , there were workers who commuted into the municipality and workers who commuted away. The municipality is a net exporter of workers, with about 3.

A total of workers In the average local and cantonal tax rate on a married resident, with two children, of Toffen making , CHF was