Introducing the village



This beautiful medieval village, one of France’s prettiest, is lined by timber-framed houses and flower-strewn balconies forming a charming mix that attracted the post-impressionist painter Henri le Sidaner. The village owes some of its charms to him: the wonderful Italian gardens and the ever-popular rose festival which has been organised every year since 1928.

Gerberoy is unspoilt and retains its rustic charm by the lack of telephone or electricity wires, billboards, shops and traffic lights.

The “village of roses” continues to be greatly admired and to attract artists. Despite its postcard-prettiness, the 115 inhabitants of Gerberoy appear surprised by the admiration the village attracts.

How to get there

Gerberoy is approximately 2.5 to 3 hours from the Channel Tunnel.

Directions to get there.

Where to stay

We do not provide accommodation.

Within walking distance of our studio, there are two lovely chambres d’hotes, and we advise you to book your accommodation as soon as you book your art holiday.

Le Logis de Gerberoy

Please click the link below for other B&B in the vicinity of Gerberoy’s

Where to eat


Le Vieux Logis

Bistrot de Pays

L’atelier Gourmand de Sarah


Restaurants around Gerberoy

Surrounding Area

Formerly very popular with the kings and princes in France, the Oise boast its fantastic architecture and its landscapes altering between forest, fields and hedged farmland.

Travel guide of what to see in the surrounding of Gerberoy