Berber guesthouse near Taroudant in the Moroccan Atlas Mountains: for trekking in Morocco, Berber cuisine and meeting real Moroccan people

The Carob room

Historically, the Carob Room was used for storing and drying carob fruit. At the time, not very long ago, it had no windows!

Whilst this is the smallest bedroom, it’s also the nicest and has a very large, sheltered private terrace.

It includes a double bed, reversible air conditioning (hot/cold) and a mosquito net.

It has access to a very large traditional terrace built on rammed earth, with sofas, cushions and a hammock. The view is sublime.

Opposite and for exclusive use of those occupying the room is a good-sized bathroom … which is partially troglodyte! It is actually built into the mountainside and three quarters of it is underground. It contains a WC, shower and washbasin.

The carob Room is on the first floor and looks out on to the former traditional rammed earth gallery.

Our key words: trekking in Morocco, Morocco treks, Berber cuisine, Taroudant guesthouse