The Hotel de la Gare in Sugiez between the Broye Canal and Lake Murten combines art and cuisine. A long-standing and close friendship connecting the artist Luginbühl family with the Patron Hans-Ueli Leisi. Bernhard Luginbühl was considered one of the best known and most gifted iron sculptor in the world and is a seminal figure in the history of Swiss art. The variety of interpretations and the individual witness of enormous Bonding
His talent and passion for art he inherited to his sons Brutus, Basil and Jwan. Each family member has independently developed and an individual artistic work developed in the various fields of art.
In Hotel de la Gare, the entirety of this creativity comes with the numerous works in a permanent exhibition especially expressed. The Hotel de la Gare is another platform of the Luginbühl family, which already inspired many guests.
The imposing iron sculpture by Bernhard Luginbühl on the hotel and many other fanciful sculptures and paintings are on loan from the terrace the entire family of artists. The bar at the Hotel de la Gare is handmade and unique. The artistic works in the hotel harmonize with the historic building and create a unique symbiosis. The idyllic surroundings in Zeeland with the Murtensee, the Mont Vully and the Broye is the ideal location and underscores diesesn interaction.
During the Expo 2002 as Hans-Ueli Leisi hosted the restaurant "Le Vully" in the eponymous mountainburned Bernhard Luginbühl at Mont Vully in October for completion of the national exhibition his wood sculpture "signal". This combustion action should just be an expression and a statement to the public about his disappointed image of the national exhibition.