Living Space

6 bedrooms

Ground floor
Two double bedrooms with private terraces and en suite bath and shower rooms
Double bedroom (can be a twin) with private terrace and en suite bath and shower room
Double bedroom (can be a twin) with private terrace and en suite shower room
Fully equipped kitchen
Living room

First floor
Double bedroom with private terrace and en suite bath and shower room
Hammam and massage room

Amenities

Swimming pool (17m x 8m) – can be heated at an additional cost
Air conditioning
Central heating
Hairdryer
Private parking
Washing machine
Dishwasher
Nespresso coffee machine
Ice maker
Blender
Wine cellar
TV room
WiFi
Bar lounge
Library
Fireplace
Bluetooth sound system
Vegetable garden
Golf club
BBQ
Beach and pool towels

Domestic Services

Daily housekeeping
Chef (ingredients charged per person)
Concierge service
Garden and pool maintenance

Location

The house is situated on the desirable south-west corner of Marrakech, in a very peaceful country location at the foothills of the Atlas mountains
The Berber town of Tameslohte, famous for it’s weaving and pottery, is a 10 minute drive from the villa
There are six golf courses between the airport and the villa

Transport

Fly to Marrakech from London and some regional airports

The villa is 15km from the airport

Local Information

Morocco’s intoxicating mix of bustling cultures, exotic cities, fine food and never-ending sunshine offers a fabulous holiday destination for those looking for a holiday with diversity.

Marrakech is home to some of the most beautiful monuments in the whole of Morocco, conveniently close to; Jemaa El Fna square where you can sit and watch the snake charmers in the evening, the bustling Souk, 12th Century Koutoubia Mosque, palaces, gardens and the modern district of the Gueliz – it is an unforgettable place.

The rich and colourful Medina is teaming with all sorts of shops, winding streets & charming riads. Sample the wares of stall holders, from almonds to make up, there is something for everyone here. Go home with a stunning kaftan from one of the street markets or venture into the smarter shops for silks and leather.

Gueliz is a new area of the city with a western influence and cafe culture, while retaining plenty of Old Marrakech charm. There are lots of boutique shops and cocktail bars, often hidden on back streets, Marrakech has changed alot in recent years, taking on a glamourous edge.

Keen to explore? Head out of Marrakech to go trekking in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains (with or without a donkey) – there are trails that suit all levels of fitness and ability. Visiting typical Berber houses is a real highlight particularly in the beautiful village of Setti Fatma – famous for its 7 waterfalls.

Our View

A magnificent house at the foothills of the Atlas mountains, decorated in rich, jewel colours and enveloped by expansive gardens. The building is designed around a central riad, a traditional Moroccan courtyard, with beautifully tiled seating areas offering shady places of repose. Inside, each bedroom has it’s own character with ethnic blankets, antique furniture and intricately carved fretwork. The sitting room is opulent and grown up, a great place to sit in the evenings before supper. We particularly loved the impressive light features and intricately tiled bathrooms with brass fittings and twinkling lanterns.

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