This is the third of eleven Moroccan accommodation reviews, following the second in Tangier, to be followed by Meknes. Stayed on 21st April, 2014.
Many expatriates move to Morocco for a change-of-lifestyle, and running riads seem to be a popular endeavour. Our first four riads were run by English, American, Spanish and French, and this is the third. Begonia is Spanish, and made her riad number one in Chefchaouen. The riad is right on the mainstreet, but amazingly quiet, since our suite face the interior courtyard, and the interiors are quaint, and the shower is powerful. On the roof terrace, there is an unsurpassed view of the Chefchaouen blue. The place selling savory doughnuts are not-to-be-missed – can someone tell me what they are called again – sfinj or harcha? Chefchaouen itself deserves two nights; unfortunately we only stayed for one. So far, we have stayed at the number one rated riad three times in a row, and there is good reason each time. Here’s to you, Trip Advisor readers!
- Also Known As:
- Casa Perleta Chefchaouen