Boutique hotel and gourmet restaurant
in Vexin 

Le Jardin des Plumes, a boutique hotel and restaurant close to Vexin 

From the rural beauty of the Vexin region to the vibrant artwork of the Musée des Impressionnismes (and not forgetting David Gallienne’s subtle and generous cuisine), this area, which once captured Claude Monet’s heart, is undoubtedly worth a visit. 

Close to Vexin Regional Nature Park, the boutique hotel and gourmet restaurant Le Jardin des Plumes offers an irresistibly lush and relaxing setting, far from the hustle and bustle of daily life. A stay in Giverny is always an opportunity to travel, to explore and to unwind. 

Today, the village continues to celebrate this incredible legacy. The Claude Monet Foundation offers visitors the opportunity to visit the artist’s home and gardens, which inspired his iconic Water Lilies series. The Musée des Impressionnismes pays tribute to the Impressionist movement with a permanent collection called Autour de Claude Monet (Around Claude Monet) and various temporary exhibitions. 

Exploring Giverny

Nestled in the heart of the Vexin region, known for the undulating topography of its hilly countryside, the village of Giverny was a picturesque and vibrant village which was particularly popular with artists in the 19th and 20th centuries. 
Monet wasn’t the only artist to fall in love with Giverny. Other painters, including Americans such as Mary Fairchild, also took up residence here. 

The main tourist attractions near Le Jardin des Plumes 

Exploring the Vexin Regional Nature Park

Stretching between the departments of Eure, Val-d’Oise and Yvelines, Vexin Regional Natural Park is home to stunning scenery, just a few kilometres from the gourmet restaurant Le Jardin des Plumes. 
Fans of the great outdoors and hikers will be thrilled by everything it has to offer. With almost 1000 kilometres of marked trails, visitors can discover the incredible diversity of the Vexin’s landscapes, including marshes, hills, woods and valleys. Fans of more intense exercise can even explore the park on horseback, mountain bike or in a canoe.