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4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms with wonderful views of the Fez Medina
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Safety of children is parents' responsibility. Safety of children is parents' responsibility.
Smoking allowed - Smoking permitted only on the terrace. Smoking permitted only on the terrace.
Max guests: 8
- Unmarried couples are not permitted to rent a room together, if one of them is a Moroccan national. This is due to Moroccan government regulations.
Property has guest safety measures
Cleaned with disinfectant
Hosted by Suzanna ClarkeAsk a question
About Suzanna Clarke
My husband, Sandy McCutcheon and I are both writers and photographers. In 2005, we bought and renovated a riad which become the subject of my book, A House in Fez. Sandy’s most recent book is Through the Peacock Gate. In early 2018 we purchased our second house, Dar Malika (then named Dar El Hana), from an Australian friend, Josephine Kwan. She had bought it around the same time we had purchased our riad, so we had shared the trials and triumphs of the challenging renovation process. I also own and manage apartments in Bordeaux, France, and Apartment Lumière in the Fez Medina. Our staff and I will do everything possible to ensure your stay is an enjoyable one. We offer breakfast and dinner on request, and a selection of drinks and snacks for purchase. We can arrange transfers from the airport or train station, tours of the Medina, experiences such as a cooking, craft or Moroccan dance class, and a car and driver for trips further afield.
Suzanna Clarke purchased this House in 2018
Why Suzanna Clarke chose Zekkak Er Roumane
I moved to Fez after falling in love with it while on holiday, and have now been here more than a decade. I bought Dar Malika (then named Dar El Hana) in March 2018, from an Australian friend. It has been a guesthouse for more than a decade, and is well set up for guests. I have added some extra touches to make it an even better base from which to enjoy the Fez Medina. I have had more than a decade of experience managing holiday rental properties in France. My team and I will do everything possible to assist your stay. In 2015, I co-founded the Medina Children’s Library, which aims to encourage a love of reading in the children of the Fez Medina. It operates entirely by private donation, and is only a couple of minutes’ walk from Dar Malika. Please come and visit! We run a blog, The View From Fez, which posts daily stories and features about local and national events in Morocco. If you are visiting France, please check out my website Bordeaux Apartments, which offers beautiful apartments in the historic centre of the Bordeaux, and characterful places to stay in the Dordogne.
What makes this House unique
Dar Malika is more than 300 years old, and originally belonged to the local Iman. Josephine renovated it with care and taste, and opened it as a guesthouse in 2006. It has had an excellent reputation as being a welcoming and comfortable place to stay, and we are continuing the tradition. Since we have owned Dar Malika, we have refreshed the decor and added some extra touches of luxury.
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