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The Music Room

This formal room is accessed from the central courtyard through three majestic arches.The central feature is a beautiful grand piano resting on an unusual blue Kilim carpet and flanked by two traditional Moroccan sofas. The room has stunning lighting provided by two floor-standing candle lamps with a modern twist. Adult guests may play the piano on request.

Main Lounge and Dining Room

This expansive room is entered from the courtyard via three open arches softened byflowing voile drapes. The eye is drawn towards the room’s main feature, a large tadelekt fireplace, which is surrounded by a selection of informal seating arrangements in rich vibrant colours. The room is air-conditioned and heated, and the open fire is lit in winter creating a cosy intimate atmosphere. A collection of books and games are provided to enjoy in front of the fire and a stereo with a choice of music to suit your mood. This room also accommodates a large dining table with seating capacity for twelve people.

The Bou


This comfortable first floor lounging area overlooking the courtyard is flooded with sunlight yet protected from the direct glare of the sun. This is an ideal spot to relax with a book.

The Terrace

The large roof terrace has a heated plunge pool ideal for cooling off after a period of sunbathing on the comfortable sun-loungers. Alternatively you can relax in the shade of the tent with its softly billowing curtains and comfortable cushion seating. A separate section is available for dining and a barbecue area is also available for those that wish to have food prepared and eaten al fresco. The terrace is subtly lit at night and guests enjoy relaxing here with a drink before or after dinner.

The Courtyard

For those that are unfamiliar with the layout of a traditional riad, the central courtyard is open to the sky allowing the luxury of inside/outside living during the summer months. In winter the area is protected by a transparent cover. Small armchairs tables and Berber rugs are placed around the courtyard creating a fluid expanse of living space with the adjoining cloistered blue room and sitting room. At night a combination of up lights and traditional Moroccan lanterns cast mystical shadows around the columns, creating the illusion of 1001 Arabian nights….

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