Near the Todra Gorge, this inn offers Berber-camp style rooms, great home cooking, Berber music at night, and the most fastidious, thoughtful, and proud owner we've met to date. You are out in the country so check that your expectations are set for this place. It's funky and charming but not in a city luxury sort of way. The food portions we're generous and the best example of Berber style tagine and couscous we've had, by far surpassing our "fancy" Sahara desert camp dinner.
The room had a Western toilet, an adequate shower with hot water and good pressure. The bed had many blankets, which is the Berber way. It even had a support beam in the middle of the floor to the ceiling. Just like a tent.
And here's the clincher, the view was priceless. Looking directly across the narrow bit of the Todra Valley and the lush river with date palms are the abandoned sections of the old village. It's weird and spectacular and like nothing anywhere else on Earth. Like a movie set for Indiana Jones or something. Cue the frogs singing in the river and echoing on the hills.
So if you are trekking to the area, this is a good choice.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking