Traditional Berber building techniques — earth bricks, wooden beams of palm tree and eucalyptus, are tastefully combined with low essential country chic décor, rattan, vintage fabrics from Morocco and abroad, with tadelakt and marble bathrooms adding the requisite amount of luxury.
Taking up several hectares, the gardens, with ancient olive trees, aromatic herbs and organic vegetables, contributes to the restaurant’s delicate and traditional menu. Go deeper into the groves, and the gardens extend to provide secluded shades areas for contemplation and the elegant fifteen-meter pool.
Nestled amongst centenary Olive trees, near the Village of Oumnas, Berber Lodge comprises of nine individual lodges laid out in a Berber village feel.
Just twenty minute’s drive to Marrakech yet also nearby Lake Takerkoust, this ideal location will lead you to discover the still unspoiled nature of the Moroccan countryside, between valleys and olive groves, ancient gardens and traditional villages.
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