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Alp-Schaukaserei Morteratsch

#3 of 14 things to do in Pontresina Features Animals
Morteratsch 4, Pontresina 7504, Switzerland
+41 81 842 62 73
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Do they speak english here?

Hi, This place looks wonderful, and I was wondering if the people at the farm spoke english? Or... read more

Reviewed 14 August 2016
Huddersfield, United Kingdom
Fun place to eat lunch and learn about cheese

This cheese place (for a better name) is right behind the train station, and also close to... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2016
Wellington, New Zealand
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14 Aug 2016
“Do they speak english here?”
29 Jun 2016
“Fun place to eat lunch and learn about cheese”
Morteratsch 4, Pontresina 7504, Switzerland
+41 81 842 62 73
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Reviewed 14 August 2016

Hi, This place looks wonderful, and I was wondering if the people at the farm spoke english? Or atleast provided menus in english? Can anyone share their experiences with me please. Thank you

2  Thank Hakam62
Reviewed 30 June 2016

This cheese place (for a better name) is right behind the train station, and also close to Morteratsch glacier so that you can do both in an afternoon. Go on Wed. right before lunch, get their cheese platter - which is delicious. On Wed. they...More

2  Thank AWildtrout
Reviewed 4 April 2016

Wanted desperately to go to the place and eat their lovely cheese,based on other reviews on tripadvisor.But mistakenly thought that Pontresina was the station behind which it was situated.Actually Morteratsch is the station where it is,NOT PONTRESINA.It is an hour away by walking/20 min. by...More

2  Thank Shirin7560
Reviewed 10 January 2016

The "Heutaler" of this cheesery is certainly one of the best Swiss hard cheeses. You can also buy it at the "Sennerei" in the midst of Pontresina.

1  Thank Peter2016-01
Reviewed 30 September 2015

We went for lunch the other day to the Alp Schaukäserei in Morteratsch. It is always a nice place to go on a sunny day. It is a good place to go with the family, children and dogs have a good time there. We had...More

1  Thank Amaya A
Reviewed 16 September 2015

The Schaukaserei is right by the railway station, and offers a wonderful brunch - this needs to be booked the day before, but is definitely worth planning for. There is a large selection of cheese and meat, as well as various different types of bread,...More

Thank Frau P
Reviewed 11 August 2015

The Alp-Schaukäserei Morteratsch, near the beginning of the Morterartsch glacier walk above Pontresina, is an amazing place. They actually make the Heutaler cheese here. It looks like a little cabin, with some tables and benches outside (great place to have lunch). But in that cabin,...More

2  Thank wvdm2016
Reviewed 7 August 2015

After a lovely walk we took a break at the Alp-Schaukäserei, which was an interesting experience. We were treated to a sensational cheese platter.

1  Thank Carole B
Reviewed 5 July 2014

After we had hiking to Morteratch, we walked into forest from the station and found a small pretty house. We did not know what it was but we found they sold coffee and home made cake. The train came once a hour and we killed...More

1  Thank Harempercussion
Reviewed 24 September 2012

we walked from Pontresina to the Cheese factory and we had a large cheese plate there. It was so delicious!

3  Thank Vinco25
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