Margaret’s Chateau Kitchen

Margaret just loves to cook

Margaret’s Chateau Kitchen


Casual elegance in Margaret’s Chateau Kitchen

The cooking classes at Chateau Coulon Laurensac are conducted in the well-equipped Chateau-kitchen around the welcoming teaching island contributing to an intimate and personal experience. Sitting around this large cooking island that has a central place in the room you’ll follow all Margaret’s explanations. Casual elegance in Margaret’s Chateau KitchenCasual elegance in Margaret’s Chateau KitchenThe Chateau-kitchen at Coulon Laurensac is an effortless combination of old world charm and modern luxury amenities. But this is a real chateau kitchen! The handmade oak wood cabinets and granite counter tops give the kitchen a contemporary elegance with old world charm. The stainless steel 8 burner freestanding Viking Range and the 48” American fridge show you that this is a serious kitchen where you will learn about cooking, tastes and flavors.

The kitchen with its beautiful views of the park

The kitchen with its beautiful views of the park

The kitchen was created by the leading Bordeaux kitchen designer with our cooking classes in mind and allows each participant to easily follow all instructions. And giving you the opportunity to get hands on involved if you want. But it is also designed as a functional day-to-day kitchen to prepare family meals, just like the kitchen you have at home.

All of the appliances are of professional quality but meant for home use. We avoid fancy equipment that you‘ll only find in restaurant kitchens. The point of our classes is to get your imagination working. We want you to be able to reproduce these same results as soon you’re back home.

And we won’t forget to serve you a nice glass of crisp white wine from the Gaggenau wine fridge. We’ll sample the fruit of our labor on the sound of the Bang & Olufsen audio system in the kitchen with its beautiful views of the park. It’s foodie paradise…


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