The SpaceLe Jammoû, guesthouse in Morocco
Le JAMMOÛ guest-house nestles beside the river of the same name and is surrounded by small fields filled with fig and olive trees, separated by hedges of roses. This very comfortable establishment has been built and decorated with care, bringing together the Berber materials and themes (wattle walls decorated with typical Moroccan friezes and woodwork, hushed atmosphere, warm colours …).
You will find a high level of comfort and service (large rooms opening onto impressive landscapes, beautiful private terraces with fountains, spacious Italian showers, separate toilets, heating, air-conditioning, Wi-Fi, discreet but attentive service,...). Guest AccessFacilities and services
A typical Berber welcome is extended to each of our new arrivals.
At Le JAMMOÛ you may take your meals in the dining room which opens onto the terrace and garden, overlooking the river with a direct view of the Atlas, or you may eat on the terrace itself. You will savour delicious tagines or traditional couscous dishes, accompanied by sumptuous mixed salads, seasoned with local spices
Breakfasts, composed of tea or coffee, fruit juice, local bread and delicious Berber honey pancakes with butter and jam, and a basket of fruit, will be served in the dining room, on the terrace or, if you wish, in your suite.
After lunch you might like to relax in the reading room where you can enjoy a cup of coffee or mint tea, accompanied by some delicious Moroccan pastries, spend a pleasant winter afternoon or simply enjoy the pleasure of gazing into the open fire. During the day, have a tasty snack with a drink of your choice together with some Moroccan pastries..
The house may also be rented in its entirety.
In this case we would advise you to reserve as soon as possible.
Our tariffs include dinner and breakfast. Interaction with GuestsLe JAMMOÛ is situated in the village of TABARKECHTE, 8km from the town centre of EL KELAAT M’GOUNA, 36km from the DADES Gorge and 79km from the town of OUARZAZATE.
You can walk through fields and along paths lined with roses and fruit trees which stand along the river, and visit the authentic Berber village of TABARKECHTE with its traditional houses.
On leaving Le JAMMOÛ with a good pair of walking shoes and after having crossed the river (where the whole family can enjoy a swim), you will come across the old village of IMIDR, in the middle of a sand dune but, nevertheless, with a water source which has irrigated its small lush fields for centuries. If you wish, for a few dirhams, you can share a meal with the only family that lives in this isolated village in the middle of the desert. This trip will leave you with unforgettable memories. After a short nap you can return to Le JAMMOÛ either the same way that you came or in a four-wheel drive which you will have reserved beforehand.
You will be pleasantly surprised by the beautiful site of BOUTAGHAR, about 10km from Le JAMMOÛ, where you will discover its steep red mountains.
In the town centre of EL KELAA, 8km away, you will be able to visit the rose water distillery. The roses are picked in the valley and if you are lucky enough to be here in May, you will be able to witness the very colourful and animated Rose Festival.
You can also visit the craft village, where you will find decorative objects, daggers and clothes. The Berber carpet weavers will also be happy to open their doors to you..
The Dadès Gorge
For a complete change of scenery from the Rose Valley, don't forget to go and see the DADES Gorge.
Les Kasbahs d'AIT BEN HADDOU
Finally, if you are an early riser, take your camera along the OUARZAZATE road and get some breath-taking photos of the sun rise over the desert dunes. Take the time to visit the village of AIT BENHADDOU while you are there… The NeighborhoodVous êtes en pleine montagne et vous profitez du soleil et de la verdure de la vallée et de paysages extraordinaires. Getting AroundDepuis le centre d'EL KELLA M'GOUNA vous pouvez prendre un taxi vers TABARKECHTE (12KM)
Louer une voiture Other Things to NoteLe JAMMOÛ regularly organises musical evenings where you will discover Berber music and songs performed by local musicians and dancers.