Guest house Ouassaggou:::::
It offers 2 double en-suite rooms one is with a private shower & WC, 1 large Berber salon for relaxation and free time.
Nice roof terrace which creates fantastic views above several Berber villages.
Room 1: En-suite with bath
Rooms can be set up as twins or doubles and available too for triple CD player, towels, extra blanket.
Room2: double/twin room shared shower and WC, towels, extra blanket
dorm 3: can be set up for 7 people
The warm and very friendly welcome by Houssine and his team makes this accommodation special. Tea and coffee making facilities.
The price includes:
-Mint tea and nuts
Services at extra cost :
- Airport transfer to the Guest House
- Berber style dinners
- Traditional Hammam
This is an ideal base for walking and other outdoor activities. Guides, mules and packed lunches can be organized on request. The traditional Hammam in village is the perfect way to end the day!
Please note that we are always available to advise you about anything regarding your stay in our raid, and if you wish we can also organize activities or excursions to places of interest, such as treks in the High Atlas by horseback, four-wheel drive or motorbike.....
You can reach the house just 1h30 drive from Marrakech airport by a private transport arranged normally by Houssine or a public taxi with own arrangement from the airport or the Medina.
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Most people come for a mixture of reasons and sometimes couples come for different reasons “ one wants to relax and the other perhaps trek and reach the summit of Toubkal:
Sit and watch the way of life go by of the Berbers of the High Atlas .
They come to go trekking either full or half day treks from the guest house Ouassaggou returning each day or longer overnight treks either to outlying villages,
A 2 day 1 night expedition to North Africa 's highest peak Jbel Toubkal .
What trekking gear will I need?
The most important is to have a good pair of walking shoes or boots for longer more strenuous walks that give good ankle support. Walking boots are recommended but many people trek the Atlas in trainers during the summer months. Ideally you should have a set of waterproofs (yes, even in summer) and these can be borrowed from the guest house Ouassaggou if required.
|Jan 01 2012||Dec 31 2016||€40||€40||€45||€45||-|
|Check In: 12 p.m.|
|Deposits: 5% as deposit|
|Payment Options: Money Order|
The rooms - comfortable and very clean. The service - very friendly and helpful. The location - spectacular . The food - perfect and delicious (tajine). We can honestly say that it is the best hostel We have ever slept in general. The family that owns it makes this place cosy and warm. We felt like in our own home. Very interesting and nice interior design, just like in a dream. In addition neigbourhood is peaceful and pleasant. We wish we stayed there much longer. We will recoment that hostel to anyone. Hope to come back next time. Houssine, keep up the good work. 5 guests from Poland