Escape the confines of the boardroom and let your creative juices run free

We’ve got plenty of blue sky for that deep thinking and there are definitely no boxes, so you’ll easily be able to think outside of them.

 

From bitesize briefings and intimate powwows to full-scale award dinners. Early rising for sunrise strategies, outlining the mission, bonding with a team build or celebrating success, Le Petit Château will clinch the deal every time.

 

Located in the picturesque Northumberland village of Otterburn, Le Petit Château is easily accessed from the A696 and only 30 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne.

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After the most perfect wedding day (I’m biased I know) at our very own Le Petit Chateau this summer, the one thing that has now dawned on me as a newly married woman, is the fact I’ll never ever get to wear my wedding dress again!! *cry face*                           Image by LEE SCULLION PHOTOGRAPHY     Designer; Badgley Mischka Which brings me back to the experience I had when I was looking for the perfect dress and how I’ll never forget the feeling I had when I’d finally found the one. Now you’ll find a lot of magazine articles and blog features on the mistakes NOT to make when looking
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