Van Gogh’s table was at the back of the dining room. Many years later, André Malraux sat near the window. Today lovers of art and fine food meet here in this ‘place of memory’ which has also remained a busy place where life goes on…
In the world there are few places that in their essential nature embody all of the emotions of an epoch
Just 30 kilometers (22 miles) from Paris the Ravoux Inn, known as the “House of Van Gogh”, welcomes visitors from across the whole world who seek an emotional experience and conviviality in the heart of a village of artists.
For many years the Institut Van Gogh has been dedicated to turning the attic room of Van Gogh into a “Room with a View”