Seffa

our curious curly head

The search for a suitable mascot for our family hotel Bregenzerwald, fitting to us not too kitschy, that amuses our younger guests and is also clever and funny was not an easy one. While looking through old photos we came accross a picture of Andrea with a small doll and it was immediatley clear: that's her, our "Seffa". Andrea's creative sister set to work on knitting "Seffa"and she has now been a permanent fixture for over 15 years in the Sonne Bezau.

 

She is immediately recognisable:a funny mop of dark curly hair, a pretty kintted dress with yellow straps and can usually be found outdoors, that's our "Seffa". She is extremely curious and has an answer for everything, she can explain to you why a horsefly isn't a horse that flies, why Stone Age men walked around 25km a day or why a dandelion is called a dandelion!

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Seffa

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Seffa

Seffa & Happy

two whirlwinds explore the world

One day Seffa learnt about Corona, she hadn't heard of this before. At first she thought it would quickly disappear, unfortunately that wasn't so! The hotel remained closed and Seffa was vey sad, without any guest children things were rather boring! Then along came "Happy" a small clown, and they immediately became friends! So children you now have two whirlwinds to accompany you throughout your holiday in family hotel Bregenzerwald and show you the holiday world through their eyes.

 

Seffa & Happy

are cheeky, wild and wonderful

On your arrival "Seffa & Happy" will be there to greet you. The two of them can always be found somewehre around the hotel Sonne Bregenzerwald: on the children's buffet, on the menu, on your name badge or on the small gift every child receives at the end of a carefree holiday to take home with them.

 

Seffa is always out and about, as exercise is very important to her, and as you are never too young to learn she passes her enthusiasm for exercise and healthy eating on to our younger guests. She has even written some books, in which she explains why the Stone Age people were never fat, or why in her opinion vitamins should be called FITamins. In one of her other books she discovers nature and takes a trip with the forest train. Why Seffa, while looking for a friend, builds her own, that story can be found in the book "Seffa and the snowman Kasper. So impressive, all the things Seffa knows.

"Seffa & Happy speak the language of children, which is why they are far more able to impress and motivate children with certain themes than adults can. Seffa's books are educational and fun in equal amounts and highly loved by our younger guests."

Child care team