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Reviewed 3 September 2010

The hotel is very conveniently located for the Channel tunnel, in the attractive town of Montreuil sur mer. The hotel is housed in a very attractive building and has very pleasant gardens. The hotel is next door to the citadel and town walls, which makes for a very pleasant stroll. A very quiet town centre location.

Our 2nd floor superior room was a very good size, but with some restricted height due to the roof eaves. The bed was very comfortable and linen very good. Overall, very pleasant, comfortable and well maintained, but a little old fashioned. Very clean and well maintained. The bathroom was very large and reasonably modern. Not a major point, but we weren't so keen on the use of our outside corridor for spare furniture storage.

The restaurant food was very good, athough very much traditional French gourmet R&C style, which is a little over fussy and over complicated for my taste. Service was efficient and pleasant, but as is common in French R&C, some staff were rather too formal. Basic a la carte menu was EUR 75 / head, but with a good wine, apperitif and water at R&C prices, the final bill was nearer EUR 350 each evening. At that price level, I've eaten better in many cities. Like many good British provincial hotels, pricing is very much on the high side for the remote location.

The breakfast was good, but not great given it was EUR 18 / head.

Very much recommended for a short stay, and reasonably good value at EUR 235 room only. A very good R&C style restaurant, but expect to splash the cash.

  • Stayed: May 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank gmbklm
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Reviewed 13 July 2010

We had a beautiful large third floor room with beautiful views of stunning old town Montreuil-sur-Mer, with an entry hall and bathroom as large as some European city hotel rooms. The private hotel grounds are lovely. We had dinner on the terrace with some of the prettiest and best tasting food ever. The staff was friendly and accomodating (not always the case for Americans in France). This hotel is a worthwhile destination in itself, but I cannot imagine being in the north of France and not staying here. Parking was easily available on the small street in front along the park.

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank Maxmillian_8
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Reviewed 2 June 2010

We booked demi pension including the degustation menu - 400 euros for 2 - a special offer . Although we had been warned that the room we booked was small we were upgraded on arrival to a large room with big bathroom (rather than the shower room we had been promised.) The grounds are lovely and we enjoyed exploring the nearby citadel and the town of Montreuil-sur-Mer (not Boulogne) where the hotel is situated. The degustation menu was excellent, particularly the succulent fillet steak with foie gras. Drinks were not cheap and our bill for the stay came to 528 euros including 2 beers at 8 euros each. Staff were pleasant and spoke good English. The breakfast was good and included a loaf of freshly baked bread and an interesting dish of prunes with yoghurt topped with cornflakes. Secure parking is available for an additional 12 euros.

  • Stayed: May 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank XKSue
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Reviewed 26 April 2010

We had one night to spend on our way up to Lille from Paris. We had stayed at Chateau Montreuil once about 10 years previously - our first ever Relaix and Chateau property! We had fond memories so expectations were high. We booked via their internet site - special offer E150. Upon arrival, without asking, they upgraded us to a very nice room with a huge bathroom and they had clearly renovated since we had last stayed there. Decor is comfortable, not particulrly stylish but very charming.
The restaurant is a one star michelin with a 75E set menu - not cheap for the middle of nowhere! We had a lovely dinner including the best "foie gras poele" of the entire trip.
The staff we very helpful and friendly and very professional in the restaurant - the sommelier was very knowledgeable.
I would highly recommend for a short stay.

  • Stayed: April 2010, travelled as a couple
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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
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