A wonderful place to relax !
In a beautiful berber village called Ouirgane, at 1000 m high and from one hour drive south of Marrakech, on Asni road, the Ksar Shama offers to its visitors a breathtaking panoramic view on the white snow-capped Atlas mountains.
There you will find a peaceful and relaxing place to rest and get up in the morning with the birds sing. On its olive grove of 15 hectares grow many kind of fruit trees and roses which contribute to give its exceptional character to this delightful place.
Its typical berber cottages built in pis preserve the authentic style of this region. All wooden elements such as doors or furniture are hand curved, you will be filled with wonder by the colourful berber carpet which dress the rooms, the fine tadlakt on the walls and the tataoui craftmen work on the ceiling.
If you look for an ideal place to escape from the hustle and bustle of Marrakech, our guest house welcomes you for an exceptional stay. There one's can discover the surrounding berber villages and share a mint tea or a meal with a family near the so pretty Azzaden river.
Our Spa and hammam space will be available by December 2008 to provide you with the best well being treatments and complete an enchanting holliday.
Our chef prepare delicious tajines with the garden fruits along the seasons. We cook with our own olive oil to give you the real taste of this typical Atlas region.
Marhaba to Ksar Shama !
Pets: Not Accepted
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Beautiful spatious garden, nice pool. Friendly helpful staff. And there are great walks a-waiting just around the corner.
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