You can discover the old world charm of the Dutch countryside at the lovely De Collse Hoeve, which is located in the small town where Vincent van Gogh's father was a preacher. After experiencing the peaceful and rustic atmosphere of this renovated barn, it’s easy to imagine where the young artist got the inspiration to paint his early masterpiece The Potato Eaters. Although the hotel has retained its authentic 19th-century ambience, much of the space has been given a modern touch. Some of the incredibly spacious rooms even have private terraces. Breakfast is served at the attached restaurant and you don't have to be wealthy to enjoy the comforts of the accommodation here.
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