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La Maison Anglaise
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Reviewed November 25, 2013

Spent a fabulous week with Latifa, Fatima et little Fatima, Said and little Said with Rachid. It is like living with the family, they are so friendly, helpful and always pleased to see you and provide assistance.
A magical programme of environmental projects, cultural experiences and fabulous food in the centre as well as with local Berber village people.
We were with "Bees Abroad" and although major interests were focused on the beekeeping side all other aspects and interests were catered for.
A holiday with a fantastic difference and an enormous thank you to all of their staff who made it happen.
Highly recommended.

Room Tip: All rooms are different and air conditioned but probably lower floors in the summer are cooler and top floor rooms warmer in winter.
  • Stayed: November 2013, traveled with friends
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Reviewed October 23, 2013

We spent two nights at La Maison Anglaise, and then traveled to Sous Massa, the national park on the coast, with Said. Said is an excellent naturalist, and was a wonderful guide, for the Taroudant area and on the coast. He is an expert on Moroccan birds, and has been the local host for a number of international birding tours. The guest house is very comfortable and the food was both plentiful and excellent. There are many fewer tourists in Taroudant than in the northern cities. The town square was most interesting, with local story-tellers gathering crowds in the late afternoon.

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 22, 2013

This was our first visit to Morocco, and we had a hand picked visit through Naturally Morocco: four days in Taroudant, two in the High Atlas and three in Marrakech.
The stay here was an ideal introduction to the country with visits to a Berber village - memorable- an oasis, caliche rides and a cookery lesson!
The manageress, Letifa and her husband Said were warmly welcoming, and a fount of information on all things Moroccan. 'Little Letifa', the cook, gave us wonderful breakfasts, and delicious authentic evening meals: the one we helped to prepare under her cheerful tuition was voted the best!

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled with family
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Thank Ronion12
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Reviewed October 2, 2013

It's nearly 3 years ago now since our trip, but I still have fond memories of an amazing and informative introduction to Morocco, culminating in a few days at La Maison Anglaise. We couldn't have asked for a more comfortable, friendly and well-run guest house. We were able to see round all the rooms & can say all the bedrooms were lovely with their own different style. We particularly enjoyed breakfast on the roof terrace but all meals were wonderfully tasty & suitable for all dietary needs. We took advantage of the organised trips out & the staff were all friendly and courteous, with a wide range of knowledge - both local & otherwise. At the end of our Moroccan journey, a trip to the local hammam organised by La Maison was a must to wash of the detritus of travelling & we also relaxed in the evenings to enjoy the local dancing & entertainment put on for us.

I wholeheartedly recommend a visit even if just passing through, but it would be a shame not to dally a bit longer to relax & soak up the friendly atmosphere.

Room Tip: You may want to choose a room on the lower floors if you are not too keen on stairs
  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed September 20, 2013

This was my first trip to Morocco and it was great to stay in a place which is comfortable, where staff spoke good English and were pleased to help you explore their way of life. The food is great and you can relax on the roof terrace with spectacular views of the town and the Atlas Mountains beyond.
Taroudant itself seemed a perfect introduction. A pleasure to walk around once you got used to the mazy streets of an ancient town which is people rather than car friendly. It feels safe. The locals more interested in getting on with their lives rather than tourists so there is minimum hassle and you do have the feeling that you are genuine travellers in a different culture

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank John H
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