For 300dh per night in the centre of Fez medina, we were very happy with our stay here. We stayed for 3 nights, and found to be a great location away from main Talaa in a quiet alleyway but not too far away to get to everywhere you want in the medina.
Finding the place is a bit of a struggle, and we had difficulty in contacting Fouad to let him know we had arrived. But once we made it there, we were warmly welcomed by Fouad and his family. The house is beautifully decorated in the main courtyard and has a charm about it all.
Our room was up on the top floor and smelt of cedar wood with the wooden roof. The bathroom was reasonably clean, a bit musty with no windows. We were led to believe we had a blocked shower drain, although it turned out to be a strange plug system, be wary of this one before water flows out the bathroom!
We had a traditional meal on the final night of our stay at the house and it was delicious. One of the best of our stay in Morocco.
A lovely family home if you're wanting to stay in the centre of Fez in traditional settings. Recommended.
Word of warning - Fouad arranged for us to have an official English-speaking guide around the city. We're not sure how "official" our guide Ali was, as he wasn't that informative of the city or it's history and he led us off to numerous shops and a restaurant that we didn't want to eat at. After telling him we weren't happy eating there, he got quite argumentative. Probably best to avoid Ali if he's offered to you.
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