The SpaceDar Zerhoune is fabulous! A traditionally restored moroccan home, with an authentic, local moroccan welcome and western comforts. Your home away from home. From our two terraces you can enjoy views of Moulay Idriss, the mountains and the roman ruins of Volubilis. Perfect for relaxing, enjoying your dinner and watching the sunset. Just one hour walk to Volubilis from here (or ride a donkey!).
Dar Zerhoune is in the Holy City of Moulay Idriss Zerhoune, which boasts Moussems, local markets, roman ruins (including an aqueduct, roman baths with hot spring water), a main square where you can watch the world go by at the cafe's. Moulay Idriss is not full of tourists so you get to enjoy 'real morocco'.
You will be greeted with mint tea or coffee, breakfast is included as well as free WIFI internet. We have loads of local knowledge and travel experience as I am the first non muslim, western woman to open a guesthouse in Moulay Idriss. We offer traditional moroccan meals, and you can learn to cook in the community oven's, cook traditional breakfast breads or enjoy couscous with a local family.
Each ensuite room can sleep up to 3 and I have 6 rooms.
From Dar Zerhoune you can walk to the roman ruins of Volubilis, relax in the main square watching locals go about their day, shop in the souqs and experience Morocco without hustle bustle and tourists.
A double is 54 euros, single 34 euros. Children under 9 stay for free. Guest AccessInternet, laundary (free), kitchen, moroccan salon, terraces Interaction with GuestsI am often in Dar Zerhoune and love meeting my guests. In the lower season I do tend to travel. When I am not there my staff speak fluent english, french and arabic. The NeighborhoodI love Moulay Idriss as it is peaceful, hassle free and a traditional and simple life. I hike up the hills, shop for fresh produce at the local market, chat to my neighbours, I laugh with the donkey owners and love having a mint tea in the main square watching the world go by. Getting AroundYes, grand taxi's and buses run regularly between Meknes and Moulay Idriss. All day, every day.