For live-ins, the house can comfortably sleep four, offering a home-from-home for visitors looking to get an authentic taste of the place.
Dar Namir is about 450 years old and the result of a four-year renovation. I wanted to keep as much of the original character of the house as possible, restoring and recycling what I could and adding contemporary features, like the pillar windows that allow light to flood in on the first floor, where we couldn’t.
I mixed traditional, vintage and contemporary Moroccan textiles and crafts in the finish, and updated the kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances such as the industrial stove in the kitchen to turn it into a space that would work as a home-style cooking school.
Courtyard Kitchen and Dining Room
The heart of the home and perfect for your culinary explorations of the extraordinary produce of the Fez medina.
Ground-floor room with queen sized bed (160cm x 200cm) and wet room
Lounge room with honesty bar and plentiful books and magazines on the subjects of food, travel and design
First-floor room with queen sized bed (160cm x 200cm) and wet room
TV lounge with L-shape sofa (which can be converted into a twin if needed) with a flat-screen TV pre-loaded with films and a writing desk.
Chill-out zone, perfect for your morning coffee, or a late afternoon G&T
Rooftop breakfast room equipped with hot plate, fridge and dining table for six
Accessed from pantry kitchen, dining area, barbecue and sensational views of the Fès medina.
€95 per night, 2 pax, including breakfast and house-keeping
€145 per night, 4 pax, including breakfast and house-keeping