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Château de Montreuil
Hotel and restaurant in a village
Lindsay and Christian Germain, the owners of this manor house just a stone’s throw from Le Touquet and the Channel Tunnel, have combined the best of England and France to make a visit to this property an absolute must. When English charm meets French fine dining, it makes for a seriously enjoyable stay. Lunch on the terrace, dine with friends, or simply relax in the flower garden with a book, a glass of champagne, or a cup of tea, at what was once the country retreat of the Wooster/Rothschild family. A stroll along the ramparts of the town and some of the finest beaches on this Opal Coast await. ...Read more
Le Château de Beaulieu
Restaurant of a Grand Chef Relais & Châteaux and hotel in a park
This architectural gem stands in the middle of a romantic park, one hour from Le Touquet, between the Opal Coast and Belgium. The subtle balance of classic architecture and contemporary art makes this the perfect setting for what is one of the top restaurants in the region. Grand Chef Marc Meurin pays tribute to Pas-de-Calais producers by using ingredients like Boulogne-sur-Mer scallops, Étaples bass and other fish from the North Sea. Meurin believes that “because of the currents in the nearby sea, the fish become strong and daring, which ultimately enhances the quality of their taste”. Savour his creations in two glass-roofed restaurants and learn the tricks of the trade by attending his cookery classes. ...Read more
Hotel and restaurant in the country
La Grenouillère, originally a typical regional family restaurant, has become, under Alexandre Gauthier, a place which is definitely out of the ordinary. The century-old buildings have been preserved, but two sleek new metallic marquees by architect Patrick Bouchain have redesigned the property. The restaurant, which now opens out onto the garden and greenery, serves a radical cuisine, one that is rooted in the local area and uses freely and imaginatively ingredients from the sea and from hunting and gathering. You can extend your sensory experience by staying in one of the huts in the garden; their uncluttered design and rustic aesthetics create the perfect setting for a break in the countryside. ...Read more
France, La Madelaine-sous-Montreuil