As soon as the sun goes down behind the mountain peaks and evening falls on the Pflersch Valley, it’s time for the next stage of the variety-packed children’s programme at the Feuerstein. Embraced in the warm, stylish atmosphere where design, wood and top-quality materials set the tone, children meet for a kids’ dinner: at the Kids’ Table with Flammi’s Friends and their new playmates. Who could say no to the tasty dishes and homemade juices, prepared using regionally-sourced products by head chef Martin Wild and his team?
After their children’s dinner, the evening moves on to round two. From 7.30 pm to 8.30 pm, it’s time for the supervised Feuerstein hour. Age-appropriate activities for toddlers, children and teenagers are on the cards, all under the watchful eye of our child carers. Depending on their mood, kids can have a kick-around, paint or play. Some prefer to snuggle up with a children’s book in the reading corner, while others colour in oriental mandalas. As ever, time flies as children drift gently towards sleep and fall into their beds tired but happy.
Worth knowing about the Kids’ Table and Feuerstein hour:
Who? For all children who can eat on their own (even if it’s with their hands).
When? Every day from 6.30 to 9 pm
Where? The meeting point is Flammi’s restaurant (GF) and the pick-up point is the kids’ room (LG -1)
What? Feuerstein hour begins after dinner to round off the day with a group activity. It is also possible for children to attend only the Feuerstein hour – just bring them along to Flammi’s restaurant at around 7.45 pm.