The White Room, Dar Rbab, Fes
3 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
1 bath
3 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
1 bath
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Dar Rbab is a 300 year old house in the heart of the walled medina of Fes. The White Room is a large and cool room on the upper floor.

The room has a double bed, plus an additional single bed, with a private, en suite bathroom newly renovated with a beautiful grey tadelekt - polished plaster - finish. We brought the sand all the way from Marrakech! There's a recently installed, reverse cycle air conditioning unit that can heat and cool.


Extra people $7 / night after 2 guests
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 double bed, 1 single bed

House Rules

We try not to make rules, but we would be grateful if you didn't smoke in the bedrooms.

The room has air conditioning and for the sake of the planet and our power bills, we'd ask you to switch it off if you go out for the day and to make sure the doors and windows are shut when it's on.


1 night minimum stay

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Iris User Profile
September 2017
Cozy and friendly Riad, very well located! Mohammed was super helpful throughout our stay; giving us tips and suggesting good places to visit. Breakfast was lovely. We also tried dinner here on one of the nights and it was a wonderful experience! All in all a great place to stay in Fes :)

Emira User Profile
September 2017
Mark's house is a 5-min walk from "Bab Guissa" which makes it convenient when you're dropped off by the cab at the gates of the city. The place is charming and beautifully decorated. The room was large. There were no TVs in the rooms and that was perfect if one wants to disconnect! Breakfast, prepared by Lella Fatima, was good. Unfortunately, we didn't have a chance to try her dinner. If you want to stay in the old part of the city, Mark's house is an option I'd recommend.

Sarah User Profile
September 2017
Beautiful Riad, super friendly stuff and great value :)

Irene User Profile
August 2017
The riad is really nice and with all the comforts but not in the best part of the medina (according to us)

Henry User Profile
August 2017
Mark's riad was a great stop to start off our trip around Morocco. It's very accessible by taxi (stop at Bab Boujaloud and it's a couple of minutes wall) and once you're there it's only a couple of minutes to the main streets of the medina. The room was cleaned to a very high standard, the only issue was a couple of cockroaches, although in a 2000 year old medina with centuries old buildings, I think that's a given wherever you stay! Would wholeheartedly recommend this place for its great value and much needed aircon to escape the midday heat.

Jessica User Profile
August 2017
A good location, delicious breakfast each morning. Comfotable room but a few cockroaches ( to be expected in a medieval city).

Thomas User Profile
August 2017
Absolutely beautiful Riad with a convenient location within the medina and friendly, helpful host.

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Fes, MoroccoJoined in May 2010
Mark User Profile

I've been in Morocco since 1999. I run a small specialist travel agency that regularly leads trips through the Sahara to Marrakech, Mezzanine bar and restaurant in the Fes Medina, and Kasbah Timdaf, in the foothills of the Atlas near Ouzoud.

I'm British, and speak English, French and the local Arabic dialect.

I adore travel, food, and culture.

Dar Rbab was my home and I hope my guests enjoy this beautiful old house as much as I do.

Languages: English, Français, العربية, 中文, 日本語, 한국어
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

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