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Our Restaurants have edited their Winter Carte and Menus…

At the Auberge du Cheval Blanc, Marc Labourel perfumed the new card with Truffle… or not, you make your choice!
La Carte de L’Auberge du Cheval Blanc

For the LMB Biarritz, Rémy the Bretton continues to plunge us into a world of delicate flavors making us both discover the Basque colors and tastes & travel around the world ! A delicious tour de force…
Have a look at the La Carte du LMB Biarritz

Finally, at the LMB Marseille we choose our way out of the beaten paths of the old Port of Marseilles. Thus preserved our traditional bouillabaisses and our precious Aioli we offer a more airy and more cosmopolitan choice with more pronounced flavours…A map that mirrors better the new Marseille figure…
Check La Carte du LMB Marseille

Lunch or dinner on the new covered terrace

From mid-July and throughout autumn: For lunch or dinner outdoors and in the fresh air, Le Cheval Blanc has decorated its terrace in unbleached, fresh and clear drapes. A design by Pierre Frey makes this new space, accommodating 25 to 30 covers, a privileged place scented like the wash house.

NB: This space complements the wide outdoor terrace of the Inn for aperitifs and cocktails.

Champs sur Marne castle reopened

Just 15 minutes from Jossigny via the A4: Champs sur Marne castle reopens to the public after seven years of renovation. This prestigious residence built on a loop of the Marne in the early eighteenth century was the property of the Princess of Conti and the Marquise of Pompadour. The visit allows you to discover the splendid interior decorations – including the woodwork in the Chinese lounge – and exceptional 18th century furniture. Its green park of 85 hectares, with French and English style gardens, is rated as an “outstanding garden”. Champs sur Marne castle was the setting for many films including “Dangerous Liaisons” by Stephen Frears and “Marie Antoinette” by Sofia Coppola.

Château de Champs-sur-Marne 31, rue de Paris, 77420 Champs-sur-Marne Tel. 01 60 05 24 43

Opening hours (until 30th September):

Castle: Monday to Friday 10am to 12.15pm and 1:30 pm to 5.15 pm. Closed on Tuesdays. – Saturday and Sunday 10am-6pm. Park 10am-6.30pm.

How to get there?

> By RER: line A, direction Chessy Marne-la-Vallée station Noisiel then 20 min walk (signs at the exit of the RER) or 8 min by bus line 220, stop Mairie de Champs (direction Bry-sur-Marne).

> By car: From Paris: A4, exit no.10 Champs, follow the signs for “Château de Champs-sur-Marne”, 30 minutes from Paris.
From Province: A4, exit Noisiel.

Marseille – The Marseille History Museum

A new museum in Marseille, European Capital of Culture.
Free entry from 14th September
More info

Biarritz – Sea & Health Conference

The Sea & Health Conference will be held at the Espace Bellevue Biarritz on Friday 4th and Saturday 5th October 2013.
This event is an opportunity to take stock of the impact of the sea and the many opportunities it provides for our health. Scientists, researchers, doctors and other experts will present the latest findings on the influence of the marine environment on health.
More info

Auberge du Cheval Blanc – A reference restaurant for business dinners

o The Auberge du Cheval Blanc is a “green escape” 10 minutes from the business centres of Marne la Vallée
o Orders are taken until 2pm; the inn has Wi-Fi and private parking,
o Among other menus, the express menu served in the inn is served in 1 hour – €27.50(2 courses) or €35.60 (2 courses + dessert)
o The different areas of the dining room and the spacing of tables allow conversations without having to shout

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