“Dar es Salam" (house of peace) is lovely, luminous, quiet & spacious. Located in the old walled “medina” of Asilah, it's within 50m of food & handicraft markets, fresh fish restaurants, a “hammam” (Turkish sauna), bakery, pharmacy, etc.. Preference is given to families & couples. ADSL wifi.
After confirming your reservation in my house, I usually send an information email that recommends shops, restaurants, instructions on where to find most needed things in Asilah, etc.
Our guests have the use of the entire house but the number of guests must be restricted to the number listed in the confirmed reservation. Other friends or relatives cannot stay with you without the knowledge and permission of the property owner. You will be charged a supplement for each person and permission would only be granted if normal sleeping space would permit the extra occupancy. Thank you for understanding.
My house guardian works at the small hotel in front of my house. Besides attending your check-in and check-out appointments, he is available to answer any questions or resolve any problems that could arrise.
Asilah is a small village of historic and touristic interest that offers artisan shops, great fresh fish restaurants, nice Atlantic beaches and even excursions to Tangier, Tetuan, Larache and Chefchouen. ADSL wifi.
We request our guests to exercise common sense and respect:
1) Restrict smoking to the patio or roof terrace
2) Please do not take our bath towels to the beach
3) Parties are prohibited
ตั้งแต่วันที่ 01 ธันวาคม 2017 - 28 กุมภาพันธ์ 2018 จำนวนคืนขั้นต่ำคือ 4 คืน
I've lived in 4 countries and speak a few languages. I love travelling and now that I am retired from teaching English in Barcelona, I have more time to dedicate to that. I like cinema, theatre and other performing arts as well as musuem browsing. I'm interested in history and anthropology and both often influence my choice of destinations. In my private time, I like to swim, take long walks, practice yoga and I enjoy cooking and reading. I consider myself a good friend to my friends and I also love animals although I don't currently have a pet. I have many years of experience hosting tourists in Barcelona, Menorca (Balearic Islands) and Asilah, Morocco. I think the golden rule is the best motto for hosting. Treat guests the way you would like to be treated when travelling.