For those wanting to experience a piece of real country-life in Morocco should not miss the Les Terres M’Barka. This Moroccan country hotel is in the region of Tamsloht, around 25 km southwest of Marrakech. Its particular charm is due to the combination of village atmosphere and surprising luxury in authentic surroundings.
The host Jerome de Brouwer started the Les Terres M’Barka project in 2006; the romantic hotel’s accomplished concept encompasses 15 hectors of large traditional farming with goats, cows, chickens, citrus and olive plants.
The kitchen of this exceptional organic hotel in Morocco offers simple yet delicious country food and regional dishes. The interior of the suites are also typically oriental and surprisingly modern and each is brilliantly ...
The suites at Les Terres M’barka are air-conditioned and have a seating area. Each is equipped with satellite TV and bathrobes and slippers are provided.
Les Terres M’barka has a central patio, which gives access to the restaurant, the bar, the library, and the hammam. The hotel also has a small shop selling local products.
You need to take the Amizmiz Road for 20 kilometers until you reach the signs to Les Terres Mbarka. You need to follow these signs for 4 kilometers and you will reach the destination.
If a customer cancels within 2 days prior to arrival, they will be charged for the full amount of the booking.
A no show will also incur a charge of the full amount of the booking.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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