View from the large central patioComfortable lounge in the large central patio
Dar Bahija, charming riad in Fes
Dar Bahija, charming riad in Fes
8 voyageurs
3 chambres
5 lits
3 salles de bain
8 voyageurs
3 chambres
5 lits
3 salles de bain
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De 2 à 12 ans
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- de 2 ans
8 voyageurs au maximum. Les bébés ne sont pas pris en compte dans le nombre de voyageurs.
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Bienvenue à Dar Bahija, une grande maison arabo-andalouse de charme dans la médina, très proche des sites touristiques. Entrez dans le patio à ciel ouvert et découvrez son architecture et sa décoration uniques. 3 chambres, 2 salons, 1 grande terrasse

Le logement

Welcome to Dar Bahija a large Arab-Andalusian riad in the medina of Fez.
Enter in the open patio and discover its architecture and unique decoration.
Fully restored in 2009, it gives pride to materials traditionally used in Fez: stucco, cedar woodwork, wrought iron, tin and of course zellige (ceramics).
Many trades involved in the restoration, all came from Fez or surrounding area : potters, masons, plasterers, carpenters, painters etc.. They have managed to retain the techniques used for centuries and we thank again for the quality of their work.
Decorative objects and furnishings have been chosen with patience and always with a view to preserve the charm of the old houses of the medina. We let you discover its atmosphere.

Accès des voyageurs

Access to the entire house, from the kitchen to the terrace

Échanges avec les voyageurs

During the booking communication possible by email or telephone. On-site our housekeeper take care of everything (keys, useful information, housekeeping, breakfast, etc.)

Chambre 1
1 lit double, 1 canapé convertible, 1 lit à barreaux
Chambre 2
1 lit queen size, 1 lit simple, 1 lit à barreaux
Chambre 3
3 lits simples, 1 lit à barreaux

Internet sans fil
Espace de travail pour ordinateur portable

Voyageur supplémentaire Sans frais
Réduction à la semaine : 25%
Communiquez toujours via Airbnb
Pour protéger votre paiement, ne transférez jamais d'argent et n'établissez pas de contact en dehors du site ou de l'application Airbnb.
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Règlement intérieur
Non fumeur
Ne convient pas aux animaux
Pas de fête ni de soirée
Heure d'arrivée flexible
Départ avant 23:00

Thank you to respect the premises, furniture and decorative items and keep clean the kitchen and its utensils . Inside, the space is non smoking area but you can use the terrace to smoke.


Dispositif de sécurité
Détecteur de fumée
Fiche de sécurité

Séjour de 1 nuit minimum

2 commentaires

Profil utilisateur de Eric
avril 2017
The riad is amazing! Traditional riad, tucked away, right inside the medina walls. We were met by Mustapha at the closest parking lot, who helped us to the riad. He was kind and especially helpful as we made the 4-5 min walk to the riad-- through various twists and turns of the narrow streets, climbing ancient stairs and walking back in time through the well-placed tunnel as we journeyed to our destination. The place was accurately described by the owner, so no worries about that. Said, the care-taker of the house lives there, but he is ninja-like--we didn't see him unless he wanted us to see him, or if we needed anything. He speaks English, which was helpful. He arranged a breakfast for the 7 of us (including 2 children) for 300 Dh, which was nice. (Breakfast was OJ, coffee, mint tea, oranges, bananas, msimen, croissants, a stack of crepes, and some hard-boiled eggs). Showers were great. Roof has awesome views. Check-out was easy. Things to consider: 1) the walls are super thin, so you will hear all that goes on in the neighborhood. It seemed pretty loud at times--kids playing, people talking, etc. 2) the sky-light/roof over the middle of the riad is covered by a large plastic sheet. It was windy when we were there. Part of the plastic sheet was blowing in the wind and slapping against the sky-light. I probably could have fixed it so it would stop, but when it happened I was just too tired and didn't want to make the effort to go all the way up from the bottom floor where I was sleeping... the people on the upper floor thought it was pretty loud as well. 3) the walk to the riad is a little tricky at first, but once you get the hang of it, it's pretty easy. Also, people will tell you that the direction you're going is closed as you get closer to the riad. The reason is because it's true, the riad may be just inside the wall, you have to wind through several narrow streets to make it there. 4) Beds were pretty firm, but having lived in Morocco for 4 years now and traveling all over, I can tell you that that is pretty standard for the country.

Profil utilisateur de Machiel
mai 2016
Very nice place to stay, just a 5 min walk from the taxi stop at Oued Zhoud. It is a beatifully renovated raid, completely in traditional Maroccan atmosphere. Our room was very pleasant and in this time of year (end of April) the temperature is ok, so no AC is not a problem (I believe other rooms have AC). We met Arnaud and Bahija on the evening we arrived and had a very warm welcome with tea and Maroccan sweets. Said, the housekeeper, prepared a nice breakfast for us every morning and was available in the morning for questions/arranging a guide or transport. This was all very handy. There are nice restaurants in the neigbouring streets (from basic to luxurious). Although it's located in the Medina, in the evenings and nights it is a calme place. The nearest mosque is a couple of hundred metres away, which is far away to not be disturbing in the early morning (we slept through it!). We bought the "green book" (in English!) somewhere on the main street up to Bouzloud. The map helped us, but asking the way is still the easiest way to get familiar with the Medina. After one/two days you can get around yourself quite easily.

Membre depuis mars 2014
Profil utilisateur de Arnaud

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