We needed a place to stay to cut our journey between Merzouga and Marrakech and, after consulting this site, we decided to spend our night in Nkob. The Kasbah is beautiful, well equipped and oozing character. The town itself was quiet and no real sites to see or places to visit.
On our one night stay we were the only guests in the Kasbah but nonetheless we were served a lovely tagine dinner in the "living room". The pool area looked lovely and well kept. Breakfast is not included in the rate and no alcohol is available in the hotel and in all Nkob!
Rooms were nicely decorated and the bathroom was charming. For a one-night stop over, the Kasbah was just right! As a town however, we wouldn't recommend it for a stop over and would suggest driving a few more kilometres and reach Agdz.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Kasbah baha baha is a jewel of adobe construction which dates from the beginning of last century legacy of a head of Ait Atta tribe of. Kasbah baha baha is located at 1050 meters above sea level on the road between the Draa Valley and the Ziz Valley, in an area both mountainous, desert and oasis, rich in cultural and vernacular architectural heritage. Nkob is the only village in Morocco with over forty five Kasbah all built in pisé.Il takes its name from a cave named Do akb, located northeast of the hill where is the village, which was once used as stop wells for nomadic tribes of Ait Atta. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Kasbah Baha Zagora