Central sitting area with open fireplace
Dining area to seat 8
Large kitchen (mainly for use by the chef)
5 double bedrooms with king size beds and en suite shower rooms
1 bunk bed room with full size bunk beds to sleep 4 and en suite shower room
All rooms have doors to the garden and swimming pool, and views towards the Atlas mountains.
Swimming pool (20m in length)
TV room with satellite TV and DVD player
Shaded outdoor seating and dining areas
2 cots and highchairs
Safes in every room
Chef will prepare breakfast daily for which the ingredients are included, and can also prepare lunch and dinner for which the ingredients are payable locally
Services Payable Extra:
A driver can be arrange for airport transfers or for day excursions
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
The villa is 5 minutes drive from two of the most beautiful golf courses in Marrakech, Royal Palm and Samanah, as well as the Ritz Carlton Polo Club
Central Marrakech is 30 minutes by car
Fly to Marrakech Menara airport from London and some regional airports
The villa is a 30 minute drive away from the airport
Morocco’s intoxicating mix of bustling cultures, exotic cities, fine food and never-ending sunshine offers a fabulous holiday destination.
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 glamorous 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.
Set within beautifully maintained gardens of palm and olive trees, billowing bougainvillea and scented jasmine, this house has an elegant and sophisticated atmosphere. The many arched glass doors are particularly impressive, each opening onto the fragrant garden.
The central sitting room with open fireplace offers a cosy retreat during the cooler months and each of the 5 double bedrooms is extremely comfortable. The children’s bunk room is also great fun, and the beds are full size meaning they could sleep adults just as comfortably.
The charming house manager Fatima is a wonderful cook who will bring fresh bread every morning and can provide delicious meals for the rest of your stay.