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We choose Moulay Idriss as our journey's rest point. Dad Zerhoune was perfect for us. Gorgeous terrace and views. Comfortable beds and fabulous food. Staff was very kind, the town is definitely worth a visit.
We stayed here for 2 nights with our extended family. The staff members were amazing and made us feel at home.The home was so comfortable with a beautiful roof top area with lounge sofas. The rooms are very comfortable and provide all the amenities of...More
We appreciated the extra effort the staff put in as we were here in one of the holiest of cities during Ramadan.
The rooms were comfortable and the food was great, the best bread we had on our trip. The view of the city and...More
This small, charming hotel is well located, and has a light-well at its center with an eccentric series of stairs that take you up to the rooms and ultimately to the rooftop terrace, where the Kitchen and indoor/outdoor dining area is located. Our room was...More
This part of my trip to Morocco was my most memorable and cherished. This city is such a spectacular, picturesque, small city in the countryside. The countryside was breathtaking, the nearby Roman ruins a treasure and this tucked away retreat an oasis. Rose has established...More
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Absolutely, we have our 'bake your own afternoon tea' cooking class that prepares bread and cookies in the community oven, and morocccan breads in the home, then you get to eat it all. We also have classes in making... More
Absolutely, we have our 'bake your own afternoon tea' cooking class that prepares bread and cookies in the community oven, and morocccan breads in the home, then you get to eat it all. We also have classes in making couscous, or tagines. These are at Dar Zerhoune or in a moroccan home. Please let me know what you would like to do?
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"We stayed in a room on the third level, which had two twin beds and nice windows onto the courtyard."