First date written on a stone slab. We don’t know what it refers to.
Mr Henri Wüthrich, butcher in St-Ursanne, buys the Hôtel du Boeuf from Mr Xavier
Marchand, Member of the Bernese Grand Council and Director of the St-Ursanne Retirement Home.
Transformation of the ground floor, which was previously a stable, into a restaurant
with a staircase made of stone and reinforced concrete. In the other part, a barn and a servant’s room are converted into a butcher shop, which became the Wüthrich butcher shop up until 1994.
1945 – 1963
The establishment is run by Mrs and Mr Noirjean, who will later take over the Buffet de
la Gare in La Chaux de Fond.
1963 – 1967
The establishment is run by Mrs and Mr Berset.
From Easter to December 1967, the establishment was temporarily run by Mrs and Mr
Gaby and Jean Wüthrich until new tenants were found.
1967 – 1970
The establishment is run by Mr Wasser.
1970 – 1976
The establishment is run by Mrs and Mr Feune.
1976 – 1977
The establishment is run by Mr Piquerez.
1977 – 1980
The establishment is run by Mrs and Mr Girod.
1980 – 1985
The establishment is run by Mr Jean-François Meyer.
The establishment is run by Mrs Léa Bamert.
In December, the Maillat family settles on the banks of the Doubs.
Opening of the establishment by Claudine and Jean-Pierre Maillat.
Construction of the hotel rooms on the top floor of the building.
Renovation and expansion of the restaurant with the removal of the butcher shop and the construction of the wooden staircase.
Renovation and extension of the kitchen in collaboration with Hugentobler.
Renovation of the hallway on the first floor.
Construction of the terrace in front of the Coop shop, as designed by Yann Kummer, Yann agency.
First renovation of the hotel rooms.
Second stage of the renovation of the hotel rooms.
Complete renovation of the flat of the owners.
Special thanks to Mr Jean Wüthrich for the relevant information.