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Albatross sits in the best spot in Taghazout just on the edge of Hash Point. There are two floors with two fabulous roof terraces with flowers, large zelliges table, bbque, sun beds etc. and shower room with wc. 365o views of the sea and mountains - hear the sea and feel the sun!
Decorated in appealing Moroccan style with tadlakt, zelliges, hanging lanterns and hand-made iron work. Huge sliding windows with vast views over the ocean and Taghazout main beach.
The main accommodation is on the floor below with two double bedrooms, shower-room, very well equipped kitchen (dishwasher too!), sitting-room with large round zelliges table and another terrace with table for eating out.
About the Owner
Languages spoken:English, French, Spanish
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:April 2011
Interaction with guests:
Dar Tiffinagh will be delighted to welcome you to the property and to Taghazout.
We have the wonderful Mohamed and Lhacen (Mr. Fantastic) who will look after you while you are with us.
There are various trips that they can recommend to you and organise the transport for exciting days out - Paradise Valley, Essaouira, Ancient Agadir
Also, if you want delicious home-cooked Moroccan specialities bought to you you only have to ask.
We ask everyone to respect the neighbours and not play loud music or be loud after 11pm.
Rates are calculated based on the latest information provided. Please contact the manager/owner to confirm actual rates for your requested dates.
Please contact the manager for complete rate information.
R 1 788 / stay
About the neighbourhood
The tiny fishing village of Taghazout is a renowned surfing spot and you will find our property in the perfect situation. Down a quiet cul de sac and just within one minutes walk to the sandy bay or to the nearest shops in the next street along. There are masses of small restaurants to chose from and cafe bars. The plenty of small shops selling just about everything line the alleys and main street. Also there is a magnificent amount of Moroccan artisanal wares for sale which will tempt you as you explore the small streets that wind down to the sea.
Mohamed has his car rental office in the house. Here you can sit and discuss exactly what you need to get around in. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed - don't forget to bring your driving licence with you.
He also offers chauffer driven cars to take you on local trips such as Paradise Valley, Immouzer waterfall, Essaouira or the huge Souk in Agadir. Not expensive and makes a fabulous day out.
There are also local buses that drive up and down the coast plus local taxies that you can find opposite the Mosque at the small square on the south side of the village.
How to get there
Airport: Agadir Airport: 47.0 km
Railway: Marrakesh: 272.0 km
Ferry: Tangiers: 500.0 km
We have an airport service which also includes visiting the large supermarket in Agadir where you can buy things unavailable in the village such as beer and wine.
You will be brought up to the apartment and given help unloading your luggage and installing you in the apartment. The beds are made up for your arrival.