Maison D'Hotes Kasbah Taborihte

Address: Gorges de Todga, Tinerhir, Morocco | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on Gorges de Todga, Tinerhir.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMaison D'Hotes Kasbah Taborihte Tinerhir

    Reviewed by crowdywendy

    Comfortable Hotel in a Gorgeous Location

    Reviewed May 18, 2014
    by (21 reviews) Crowdy Head, New South Wales, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

    The Maison D'Hotes Kasbah Taborihte hotel at Tinghir is located in the most beautiful setting almost next door to the famous Todra Gorge. The rooms are comfortable - but beware of the extremely slippery bathroom floors. We had a mixed reaction from the staff but generally, they were friendly and helpful. The food was good. The hotel is not accessible by motor vehicle and there is a walk across a bridge and up some steep flights of stairs. We would recommend guests with any physical difficulties to pre-arrange a porter. From what we encountered it appears the hotel does not sell alcohol.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Maison D'Hotes Kasbah Taborihte Tinerhir

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    Travel Blogs from Tinerhir

    Over the High Atlas: The Camel Man and The Storm

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 18, 2014

    45 photos

    We had enjoyed our stay at the Hotel Taddart, Midelt, even if it was slightly whacky in appearance and decor. The isolated desert setting against the frame of the High Atlas however, and the hotel gardens housing numerous flowering roses, was lovely.

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    A Day in the Life

    A travel blog entry by nangarner on Feb 11, 2015

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... Lots of laughing and fun. We left the house and walked back to the bus. The looks and laughs from the local people were so funny. When we got back to the bus, everyone was dressed in costume. We took photos and then gave back the clothes and said goodbye. Rugs are an important craft and tradition of the Berbers. We were taken to a family owned rug business. We learned how the rugs are made and they started showing us gorgeous rugs of varied designs and ...

    Into the Freezer

    A travel blog entry by mmcnamara on Jan 01, 2015

    3 photos

    ... because I saw your stickers. I'm from Australia." After a short introduction, the Swiss couple driving the car explained they had spent a year in Australia and we're now on tour in Morocco. What was special was the way they actually recognised and conversed with locals selling souvenirs. Many tourists in Morocco, conditioned to buying cheap, manufactured stuff off a production line paradoxically view someone selling something made of their own hands as a 'hassle'. The couple shared a ...

    Ourzazate!

    A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Apr 09, 2014

    We were very sad to leave our luxurious hotel this morning but looking forward to checking out more of rural morocco! Today we had another long day on the bus but lots to see along the way as we drove to our next city of Ourzazate. Once again we had beautiful scenery and plenty of photo stops. There are so many amazing sites to see in Morocco that you wouldn't even know existed! Our lunch stop was the most impressive. It was in a beautiful gorge called the ...

    Day 9 a day in the life in tinghir

    A travel blog entry by cindyaserkoff on Sep 26, 2013

    ... madrasah to learn the Koran by heart and eventually become Imams. Today there are no more madrassah. We then walked to the mellah, the Jewish quarter again from the 14th century. Today nomads live there as one of their places. For our day in the life we were given money to purchase the food for our dinner tonight at the food market. ...