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The kitchen is fully equipped for a large group to be self-catering. There is plenty of fridge and freezer space for those who wish to bring prepared meals, but we also provide everything you’ll need to prepare fresh food and drinks for your guests.

We can also arrange help with catering if that is something you would like to consider. This can range from a chef preparing a single special meal to an on-site chef who prepares three meals a day.

When the château was a hotel, the chef of the restaurant was Olivier Delvar, pictured below creating his superb Crêpes Suzette and cheese soufflés. Olivier can be booked to help with your catering.

If you want to be really spoilt we recommend Jess, who travels out from the UK (with a team of helpers if necessary) and prepares three meals a day for your group. She can stay in the house if there is a room free, or in our cottage for a small fee. Jess (pictured below with her friend Kate) will do the shopping in the local supermarkets, and is very familiar with the château.

We also use a catering company from Saint Omer that likes dealing with groups of 20 or more. They have a set menu and will come to the house to cook, serve and wash-up!

There is also a local traiteur based in nearby Lumbres who pre-prepares a wide selection of traditional French cuisine. He delivers the food in foil containers a few hours before you wish to serve your meal, with simple heating instructions for you to follow.

We can organise a wine tasting in the dining room, which can be adapted to your interests — and is usually supplemented with pâtés, cheeses and charcuterie.

Please get in touch with Amanda to talk through which options might suit you — and their availability.