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Which area in Lauterbrunnen for access to public transportation?

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I'm considering two apartments for my party of 4, one near Hotel Oberland which seems to be in the middle of town and the other near Hotel Horner. Since we won't have a car, will be taking the train and lifts, would one area be more convenient for transportation? Is noise something to consider near Hotel Oberland?

Thanks for any input.

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