We only stayed one night before starting our tour. The Riad was a bit too far from the main square for us to find our way on the first night. But it was an interesting local neighbourhood that we would have explored more if we had stayed longer.
We had an evening meal in the Riad which was fresh and tasty, and we could drink the wine that we had brought with us.
The room was beatifully decorated, but it was small and the bathroom was particularly cramped. Unfortunately we could hear when the person upstairs flushed the loo as it sounded as if the waste pipe was in the corner of the room. It was noisy in the morning when people started coming down for breakfast.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking