Jasmina's property is smart, clean and roomy as advertised. There are five bedrooms, two of them ensuite and there's a shared bathroom. I was told it is uncommon in Swiss properties to have so many toilets. There are bath and shower facilities in each toilet although only one of them has a stand-up shower and that's in one of the ensuite toilets. The property was very comfortable for our large group of 9 (3 couples with 2 late-teenage boys and 1 girl of 10 years). The kitchen is complete with equipment, utensils and condiments, Nespresso coffee machine and is therefore well-equipped for cooking one's own meal. There is wifi coverage but only limited to certain places. There is weak WIFI signal in the dining area and no signal in the kitchen and the balcony in front of the dining room.
Communication was with Clara, Jasmina's assistant, who apparently manages the property. Communication was easy and Clara was responsive.
Some of us felt the mattresses were a bit thin (not all of them were, though). On arrival, we were expected to mount the bedding ourselves; on departure, to remove them ourselves. We would have had no qualms with that if that was the norm in Europe and we were not asked to pay a cleaning fee of around 180 CHF but we've been to 4 other AirBnB properties in 3 other European countries this trip and none of the other hosts required us to do that. We have no way of telling if this is a Swiss thing as this is the first Swiss AirBnB property we've stayed in.
In fact, everything about the property is as advertised. We were, however, caught out by what are not required to be advertised by AirBnB. House Rules, communicated to us shortly before our arrival. There are a number of them but I single out: no noise, no shower, basically no activities after 10pm. That means if you are like us, a large group travelling from two different continents in order to catch up with each other and some of us haven't seen each other for 20 years, you must stop the chatting at 10pm. Otherwise you'll get an angry neighbour knocking on your door while chatting (not even partying and no music was played) after 10 pm but leaving a window ajar for fresh air. And if you are like us, tourists in the country, you must not shower after 10pm although you have spent the whole day in the sweltering European summer heat sight-seeing. Unless you give up eating out to savour those gourmet Swiss dishes and get back early for a shower.
But that should not detract from the fact that the size of the property, the facilities and everything would have been ideal for our holiday had there been no such restrictive rules.