Welcome to Dar Rbab!
Each room has a double bed, with an en suite bathroom up a flight of steps; like most steps in Fes and Dar Rbab, they're steep. People must have been more agile years ago.
You're on the first floor (or the second floor if you are American!) of an a beautiful old house, originally our family home.
The house is in the region of 300 years old, and has all the features associated with historic houses in Fes. The centre of the two storey building is a courtyard, with pillars supporting balconies at the first floor. Access to all the principal rooms - including the bedrooms - is by massive sets of cedarwood double doors, elaborately decorated and gilded on their inner sides.
We have a full time housekeeper; families with children are welcome.
Cancellation Policy: 1 day before arrival
Check In: 1.00 pm
Check Out: 12.00 noon
Method of Payment upon the arrival: Cash, Debit Cards, Credit Cards
Breakfast is included.
Taxes are included.
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B&B Servizi & Politiche
- Aria condizionata
- Si accettano bambini
- Carte di credito accettate
- Accesso a Internet gratuito
- Wi-Fi gratuito
- Pasti disponibili
- Vietato fumare
- Si accettano animali
- IVA inclusa
- Asciugamani inclusi
Politica di cancellazioneQuesta proprietà ha una politica di cancellazione di 1. La mancata cancellazione entro questo intervallo di tempo si tradurrà in una penale pari alla prima notte di pernottamento.
IndicazioniMostra mappaNascondi mappa
We can provide a car and driver who will collect you from the airport or train station, park at Bab el Guissa and then walk you into Dar Rbab - the medina is a medieval walled city and the roads aren't passable by car.
If you prefer to find your own way, I'd recommend parking at Bab el Guissa and asking for the house - the porters all know the house and will carry your luggage for 2 euros.
Absolute walking directions are, frankly, difficult. The medina is nearly 2 square miles and has over 9,000 streets; signs are normally in Arabic and English isn't widely spoken.