Since 1780, Le Tonnelier has proved that tradition and innovation, heritage and modernity, are complementary values. This emblematic building in the town of Bulle is part of the heritage of a country and a region that are always on the move.
These rooms have 2 single beds and overlook the adjoining Ruelle du Lion d'Or.
To stay at Le Tonnelier is to immerse yourself in its history, while being surprised by an innovative sense of welcome and Boutique-Hotel charm.
Each of the 18 rooms is a showcase for the talent of Thérèse Chollet, whose modern, elegant decor recreates the spirit of yesteryear with new materials.
With a view of the Moléson, the balcony of the Cocooning Superior rooms makes you feel at home, only better.
Whether it's for the duration of a stay or just for a weekend, the layout is a natural invitation to relax and let go.
Space to take your time: this could be the motto of our junior suites.
The generously proportioned lounge area and elegant bathroom make this a pied-à-terre you'll love coming back to.
Used as a café-restaurant from the end of the 17th century and later as a hotel, the building was completely rebuilt between 1806 and 1825, after the great fire that ravaged the center of Bulle.
The "Cercle des Arts et Métiers" of Bulle, forerunner of the PLR, acquired Le Tonnelier in 1900 and undertook extensive renovation work.
It was at this time that the "Art Nouveau" style, typical of the 20th century, was introduced.