Dar Rafti in Fez, Morocco

Monday, Jul 30, 2012

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Dar Rafti is a beautiful restored riad in the exotic city of Fez in Morocco. The stunningly decorated riad is owned by the jewellery designers of Bouvier.

 

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During a visit to Morocco the Australian couple fell in love with the rich culture and colours, the fabulous food and beautiful, generous people in this mystical part of the world. This trip ultimately led to the purchase and restoration of an ancient residence in Fez situated right in the heart of the city’s bustling medina.

 

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Dar Rafti welcomes guests as self-contained accommodation, and comes complete with directions to local attractions including shopping, restaurants and contacts to guides to ensure a whole and authentic Moroccan experience.

 

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You can see more images here on the website of Dar Rafti. For more information you can contact info@darrafti.com.

 

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  • Joanna

    Great design, and ahhh the butterfly chairs..

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