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Reviewed 17 June 2009

Montreuil sur mere is a lovely little french village situated around an hours drive from Calais. I first went to this village whilst courting my girlfriend (now wife). Anyhow, after a few years later and our daughter, we went back to the Chateau for lunch. Well, it was fantastic. From the food to the staff, you just couldn't fault the experience and it was indeed an experience. It was one of those dining experiences that you just didn't want to end. After leaving, we were checking our diary to see when we could return. They even took our daughter into the kitchen and gave her a present of lovely home-made chocolate. It was a firt class lunch. If you are heading that way, make sure you drop by for lunch, you owe it to your taste buds!

Stayed: June 2009, travelled with family
2  Thank Thrubeingcool
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Reviewed 26 May 2009

Despite the classification this hotel is not even in Boulogne but in Montreuil. It is however the best hotel within 100 miles of Calais without question.
We have been to this part of France a dozen times over the last few years and this hotel is in a different league from the others. The rooms are stylish and comfortable. The food is consistently first class and locally sourced. The staff are knowledgeable and attentive.
It is expensive although not on the London scale and it is probably the best value that you can get within 4 hours of London for this quality.

  • Stayed: April 2009, travelled with friends
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2  Thank nuhorizons
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Reviewed 17 March 2009

This is the first time I have reviewed a hotel and wanted to respond to some negative comments on this site.
We have been going to the Chateau for many years and had many wonderful times there.
It's not cheap and not a run of the mill hotel.
If thats what you are looking for there are several other hotels in Montreuil
The proprieter was trained by Albert Roux & was head chef at the Waterside Inn for many years so the food is surperb.
The rooms are full of original futniture and antiques and the grounds resemble an English country garden are beautiful in the spring/summer.
If you want a 5 star hotel the Chateau is spot on.

  • Stayed: June 2008, travelled with friends
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2  Thank Michael M
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Reviewed 27 August 2008

Stayed for one night. Had a family room on the second floor which was great - plenty of room, huge bathroom.

Heated pool which was good and hotel located just by the ramparts and easy to get to the town.

Staff excellent - booking process was more than helpful.

Ate in the restaurant - formal French but staff were excellent and meal also.

Expensive but worth it for a special occasion.

  • Stayed: August 2008, travelled with family
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2  Thank NJSLondon
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Reviewed 6 August 2008

We stayed at the Chateau last Saturday night as it was convenient for the Citadel where we had booked to see Les Miserables. At €470 per night (dinner, bed and breakfast) it is expensive and not worth the money for one night as there is very little time to enjoy the facilities or the grounds. The rooms are large and beautifully furnished with antiques everywhere. No lift but a very obliging porter who took care of the luggage for us. Our room 208 had four large shuttered windows looking onto the garden and an immense white bathroom with large bath, two sinks and separate loo with bidet. White fluffy dressing gowns and slippers were provided and Relais & Chateau own brand shower gel and shampoo. We did have a very big problem with the shower (which was over the bath and not in a separate cubicle) in that the water hit the ledge of the bath and ran out all over the floor. We had to put two bath towels and hand towels on the floor to mop up the water. This had obviously happened before with anyone having a shower as the carpet outside the door had been "washed" a pale blue where the water leaked out under the door. I did complain before we went out and when we returned all the water was gone and we had clean fresh towels.

The ground floor must have originally been on a number of different levels as there are lots of mini steps or bumps covered by carpet which we were continually warned of by the staff. Very tiny Reception, no more than a desk which could not accommodate more than two people at a time, (even then it was tight) and our friends were standing half out in the rain whilst we got our key. However the hotel did provide lots of umbrellas which were conveniently situated by the doors.

We had a wonderful meal €70 for three courses, not including wine and I chose lamb as my main course and ordered a glass of red wine. When I asked for a second glass but a different choice I was told that was the only wine the could offer by the glass if I wanted something else I would have to purchase a bottle! Customer service or what??

Valet parking was available at €12 per night and our car was delivered back outside the hotel next morning. Service (apart from wine) was very good and we were loaned towels for the seats in the Citadel which was an open-air show and a shawl when sitting outside having drinks.

Stayed: August 2008
Thank KerryWombourne
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