Overlooking the park, the restaurant is set in converted stables with exposed brick walls and a log fire. The restaurant serves traditional French cooking with dishes such as Seabass Pannaquet with Aubergine and Red Wine and Grilled Contrefilet of Beef, along with wine drawn from an extensive cellar. ||
Located in the heart of a 5 hectare shady park, this jewel of the néo-flemish style built in 1891, invites to stay in a high-class and relaxing environment. It has 29 rooms in the château itself or 24 more contemporary rooms in the Pavillon.
From Calais take A26 Motorway and then exit 3. From Paris take the A1and then A26 Exit 3. Direction St Omer, then Direction Saint-Martin au Laert, Tilques. From Bruxelles: take A8 and A27 direction Lille, then take A25 direction Dunkerque, Exit 11 follow N42 St Omer, the D943 Tilques. From Anvers / Bruges Take E40 towards Dunkerque, then A16 direction Calais Exit 24 Direction St Omer.
The 53 bright guestrooms are decorated in light colours with patterned fabrics. Amenities include wireless Internet access, satellite television, direct-dial phones, and balconies.