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The Chateau Tilques is situated near Saint-Omer and only 36Km from Calais, guests can choose from 28 rooms in the castle and 24 rooms in the Pavilion Park (ancient castle) to relax in a peaceful setting in Saint-Omer.
The Chateau Tilques offers 19 Charm Rooms available only in the castle. The Charme rooms feature double bed, telephone, desk, table, chairs, LCD flat screen TV, luggage rack, wardrobe, bedside tables, shower or bath, toilet, soap, shower gel, body milk and body peeling, shower cap, vanity set up removal, nail file, sewing, paper handkerchiefs, 1 bottle 50 cl Evian and glasses. Luxe Rooms are also available, room amenities at the castle include: double bed, telephone, desk, table, chairs, LCD flat screen TV, luggage rack, wardrobe, bedside tables, shower, bath, toilet. And at the Pavilion; double bed (+ single bed in most rooms) terrace or balcony, telephone, desk, table, chairs, LCD flat screen TV, luggage rack, wardrobe, bedside tables, shower or bath, toilet.
The Chateau Tilques hotel also offers Wi-Fi so you can work stay in touch or check your email. You will find everything you need to restore you: The gourmet restaurant and bar Mesnil Green CastleAnd breakfast is available as a buffet or in your room. The hotel has private parking.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 52
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Treatment Rooms
- Tennis Free: Yes
- Solarium Free: Yes
- Name: Saint Omer Station
- Distance: 10 kilometres
- Name: Lesquin Airport
- Distance: 80 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Rail Name: Saint Omer Station Distance: 10 kilometres
- Nearest Airport Name: Lesquin Airport Distance: 80 kilometres
To view our full selection of accommodation in Calais & Northern France, view our hotels in Calais & Northern France page.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 791 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 05/2018, Louise W wrote this review.
My third stay here was just as delightful as the previous stays. Beautiful grounds, good rooms and bathrooms and very welcoming and friendly staff. We arrived at 10pm after the restaurant closed, yet the hotel arranged a charcuterie and cheese plat… See more
My third stay here was just as delightful as the previous stays. Beautiful grounds, good rooms and bathrooms and very welcoming and friendly staff. We arrived at 10pm after the restaurant closed, yet the hotel arranged a charcuterie and cheese plate in the bar for us. The bar man Vincent is wonderful! Friendly and helpful. Excellent. Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2018, lindagM9483SG wrote this review.
We stayed here on our travels through France and this hotel is absolutely lovely. It has the old world charm and is very European. We also had dinner in their restaurant and it was wonderful. I would highly recommend this hotel and restaurant. It isn… See more
We stayed here on our travels through France and this hotel is absolutely lovely. It has the old world charm and is very European. We also had dinner in their restaurant and it was wonderful. I would highly recommend this hotel and restaurant. It isn’t too pricey either. Collapse
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Stay Date: 04/2018, Billy23_9 wrote this review.
Just returned from what must have been at least our tenth stay. The building and setting remain superb of course. But cracks are appearing in the experience. Firstly it is understaffed. No barman present at 7pm....he was apparently in the restaurant … See more
Just returned from what must have been at least our tenth stay. The building and setting remain superb of course. But cracks are appearing in the experience. Firstly it is understaffed. No barman present at 7pm....he was apparently in the restaurant which hadn't yet opened. (Why does it not open until 7.30?). When he eventually appeared, he didn't know how to make either of the cocktails we chose from the cocktail menu. He was very nice, but undertrained. Our dinner was probably the best ever, but on leaving the restaurant we were chased because the person on the desk wasn't there to ask for a signature for the wine we had had. On departure there was no-one on reception, and when she eventually appeared she served others first. In all the years we have been staying here we have never recognised any member of staff from a previous visit. The turnover must be very high. I wonder why? The room was perfectly adequate, and this time we declined an upgrade to a better room as it would have meant staying in the pavilion. We prefer the Chateau. Our experience is that an upgrade only means a dressing gown and slippers each. The captive liquid soap is a pain. Fine for basin or shower. Useless for a bath. This hotel needs more staff, better trained staff, and staff who want to stay. But it remains one of the nicest looking hotels in the area, and is useful for a shopping trip. We have long given up on going there and back in a day. Collapse
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Stay Date: 04/2018, BoundlessEnergy wrote this review.
Our booking was for three nights at the Chateau which included dinner bed and breakfast. The hotel is approximately 25 minutes from Eurotunnel and the journey is very easy. Rooms are very large and the one assigned to my husband and myself had a do… See more
Our booking was for three nights at the Chateau which included dinner bed and breakfast. The hotel is approximately 25 minutes from Eurotunnel and the journey is very easy. Rooms are very large and the one assigned to my husband and myself had a double bed and also a single bed. The "housekeeping" side regarding the room proved to be disappointing in that there was a used toilet roll under one of the chairs and also a used pill packet. The following day after being out, we returned to find that the waste paper basket hadn't been emptied, nor had the cups which had been used for coffee, been replaced or further supplies of milk left. As I hadn't been responsible for the booking, I did not make any complaint. However the three evening meals were excellent and there was a good selection for breakfast. The Chateau is within easy reach of La Coupole which is a secret underground town constructed in 1943 by the German Army to go ahead with the launch of the V2. Rockets on London. It's well worth a visit. Collapse
Stay Date: 04/2018, tom_saville_12 wrote this review.
On a day trip to France to celebrate my mother in law's 90th birthday. We had dinner for 6 people at 7:30pm here having previously booked. It's pretty busy so booking highly recommended. The Chateau itself is very attractive, based down a countryside… See more
On a day trip to France to celebrate my mother in law's 90th birthday. We had dinner for 6 people at 7:30pm here having previously booked. It's pretty busy so booking highly recommended. The Chateau itself is very attractive, based down a countryside road with large grounds and a large car park, itself pretty full- a good sign. Can't comment on the accommodation as we only visited the restaurant named Le Vert Mesnil. We ate from both the table d'hote menu at 35 euros and the a la carte menu. We found the service very typical of high quality restaurants - Head waiter, wine waiter and on this Tuesday evening plenty of well dressed and attentive staff. The fire was lit and contrary to what others found, I thought it was large roaring fire. We provided a birthday cake and the restaurant served it with lit candles then cut it into portions and served it up to us and boxed the remainder for us to take away. The food was excellent, in my view very good quality cooking and was beautifully presented. I also noticed but did not use an extensive cheese board with all of the cheeses labelled so perhaps they have improved in that area also compared to other comments. The restaurant was full to capacity on a Tuesday evening so they must be doing something right. Not cheap, but worth the money and the detour to visit. Highly recommended. Collapse
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