Eco-friendly is such a common phrase now. But the Guest House Fellah is far from common. Located just outside Marrakech, this sanctuary it’s part of the 10-day tour. A perfect spot to decompress in a quiet setting and leave your cares behind.
Situated on 11 hectares this eco-friendly hammam offers yoga classes if you wish to learn or continue your practice. You can visit the treehouse, milk a goat or groom a donkey. How many times in life will you say I groomed a donkey?
This UNESCO recognised site is a working farm where you gather your own eggs for breakfast. Savour authentic Moroccan food and drink in Touco’s the small onsite restaurant that serves cuisine with herbs and vegetables straight from the garden. Ask the resident mixologist to make you a drink that nourishes you.
Eco-Friendly Hammam Is Waiting For Me
Each guest check-in contributes a portion to the Dar al-Ma mun an art centre and library provide cultural activities for the local villagers. Some village residents are artists in residence at the Guest House Fellah. You can visit artists on-site to see there work.
This eco-friendly hammam is meticulously decorated with a fluid blend of traditional Moroccan decor fused with contemporary design. Think Berber cloth funked up and fabulous.This is a hotel where we will chill out in a private oasis.
Artists in residence welcome visitors who wish to view their latest works. We might even see them hanging out by the pool. Poetry readings are a regular occurrence here.
This is the tour of a lifetime. Morocco doesn’t happen every day so come with me! You don’t have to be an artist or a designer. If you are, this is the tour for you. It will be a visual delight of epic proportion. Stay up-to-date with all the delicious details here. Life is to be lived and adventures are part of the fun.