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.

Tara Room
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

Rachida Room
First-floor room with queen sized bed (160cm x 200cm) and wet room

Doha 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.

Reading Balcony
Chill-out zone, perfect for your morning coffee, or a late afternoon G&T

Pantry Kitchen
Rooftop breakfast room equipped with hot plate, fridge and dining table for six

Rooftop Terrace
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