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What it means to be a 21st century butler

A Christmas in London is the sum of many endeavours. The Harrods hamper, a dish cooked by Ashley Palmer-Watts and a floral arrangement by Neill Strain. The days of butlers making centrepieces are gone.

Vincent Vermeulen - 05.07.2017

News

Our mansion, we're finally home

It is our privilege to inform you School for Butlers & Hospitality will be moving to it’s final destination.

As of 2016, it is our pleasure to announce our new training venue. The estate is over 86,000 square feet and is the type of domain where we see most of our former students working.

Vincent Vermeulen - 01.03.2016

Event

Yacht training

School for Butlers and Hospitality had the privilege of training the service and housekeeping crew of one of the largest private Motor Yachts in the world.

The crew was trained during a 5 day course in all aspects of high level service, table service and valeting. Not only did the students enjoy the training, also the trainers of our school were priviliged to work in this unique environment.

Our client* expressed his gratitude in a recommendation letter:

 

Kimberly Van Tornhout - 31.03.2015

Event

Why we do what we do...

Ever wondered why you get up every morning and go to work? If you ask us, we will tell you because we are passionated about our job, we love what we do.

This video will tell you more.

Vincent Vermeulen - 26.08.2014

Press

At your Service - Flanders Today

From Bertie Wooster’s Jeeves to Bruce Wayne’s Alfred to Jabba the Hutt’s Bib Fortuna, the butler has become a fixture in the popular imagination. The archetypal valet is a human Swiss army knife, able to carry out any task required by his boss, who is often only half as competent for all his blue blood. And yet the butler remains loyal through thick and thin.

Vincent Vermeulen - 14.08.2013

Some of our satisfied corporate customers