Garder Maison Taroudant opens its doors in the (vibrant) heart of the Médina.
Its six rooms, its pool and its orange garden offers you a restful oasis just at the foot of the Atlas just 45 mn away from Agadir.
Somewhere between a riad and a provençal mas, this sunlit (summery/sunny ) place invits you to conviviality and relaxation.
Here prevails the luxury of simplicity, the very own quality of berberian land.
The Machi Mokli with shared balcony over the garden.
On the mirror over the bed, reads the expression “no problem” in arabic as it resonate like a mantra: here forget about your worries.
The Tarbouch: Fezs, the iconic traditional red hats and the window on the flowery patio call for (convene) a morrocan moment out of time.
The Tiout: The joyfully colorful fresco and the radiant (dazzling) ambiance convene dreams and serenity.
The Syramik ( A suite with shared balcony over the garden ): Neutral tones and berberian potteries bring you calm and authenticity.
The Oud: A cocoon apart from the house at the end of the garden, if you wish to be lulled by the music of birds under the gentle care of a figtree.
The berberian suite: A private balcony, your very own dressing room, a little living room,
bathroom with a shower and a tub: Morroccan experience in its most luxurious !
…And it is not over
The big Salon: Time seems suspended in this place that opens by the pool.
Facing the imposing fireplace lined with alcoves, the typical interior welcomes you for a break, for a drink or a board game with friends.
The little Salon: Between the patio and the garden this place is the heart of the house.
People stop to listen to music, to read a magazine drinking a hot cup of tea.
Or to discover the collection of our very own clothes designer, Margaux.
The Hammam: The unavoidable tradition heated by firewood, on demand.
Detoxifying and revigorating.
And the garden: Its numerous essences and palmtrees overhanging the pool make it a paradise of wellbeing. But the charming hidden corners (pas sur) and their warm salon (pas compris a quoi tu fais reference !) were what convinced Margaux of the magical character of the place.