Welcome to Dar Randigaba,
Situated just outside the Medina walls of Taroudant, the guest house is a comfortable, relaxed and fun place to stay.
With accommodation for up to 12 people, a communal kitchen is available if guests wish to cook, although full catering, including traditional Moroccan meals such as an assortment of Tagines, Fish and Couscous dishes, can be provided upon request. From the rooftop terrace a view of both the High Atlas mountain range and the Medina walls which surround the old city quarter of Taroudant can be enjoyed, and where guests may also choose to sleep out under the Morrocan stars.
Staying with us at Dar Randigaba ensures a uniquely Moroccan experience during your time here, and a friendly base from which to explore the city. If you are looking for a place to stay where you are not treated as a tourist but as a friend, a location which was re-furnished and decorated by its owner with love, then Dar Randigaba is the place to be. Enjoy your stay here in a home away from home with all the benefits of a host with knowledge about local history, traditions and everyday life brings!
Previous reviews from our old website:
Nous avons séjourné à Dar Randigaba en avril 2011 et ne pouvons que vous conseiller cette halte reposante. Une merveilleuse façon de découvrir Taroudant.
Sophie – October 6 2011, 08:23
Bluntly if you don”t stay with Said (if he has space) you”re missing a truly unique opportunity. Said”s hospitality personified, a fine chef to boot and no slouch on the harmonica and guitaras well. You”ll also learn oodles about Morocco and its people too. Do not miss staying at Dar Randigaba, really.
Simon Fellows – February 5 2013, 00:22
We showed up at Dar Randigaba thinking we may stay for a couple days and ended up staying 11. Said’s welcoming and relaxed way, and his impeccable sense of humour allow one to feel right at home. Where else in Morocco can one arrive to the cosmic musings of the great Sun Ra or indulge in listening to the Delta Blues? A truly original place in the layed back and friendly town of Taroudant, we arrived, Said as our humble host and left as friends. A great way to see a unique perspective of daily life in Morocco to boot!. We certainly look forward to returning again.
Jesse and Destanne – March 7 2013, 02:14
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