Welcome! Come and enjoy the magic of Sidi Kaouki at Ayt Karoum, our slice of paradise!
Our brand new home has just finished being built, with all the modern comforts mixed with Morrocan Palace architecture. Peace and quiet with a 4 minute walk to the beach.
Five light, bright and breezy bedrooms for our guests, silky soft sheets on our luxury mattresses, fluffy white towels for your hot showers. All rooms have a private bathroom and TV.
We wish our guests to totally relax and refresh, take time out from travelling the busy cities of Morroco, enjoy the fresh air. Ayt Karoum is overlooking the coast and mountains, our roof top terrace is perfect for sunsets, our Berber nomad tent is our outdoor saloon, join us by the fire in the evening.
We welcome groups to come and stay, we offer a 10% discount.
We are happy to organise your transport from Marrakech and Essauoira or further. Just let us know how we can help!
Large shared kitchen all are welcomed to use, we also love to cook if wish to relax and let us do all the hard work on your holiday. Our gardens are perfect for outdoor dining and yoga sessions.
Interaction with guests
Join us in exploring the natural beauty of local Cape sim, waterfalls and Berber villages at all times of the year. Here in Sidi Kaouki the beaches are perfect for horse riding and quad biking, if it's your first time we'd happily join you for the adventure!
Most days of the week we are heading to the Essauoira Medina......we'll show you the best shopping spots for some unique Moroccan artisan pieces to add to your collection.
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Hello traveler's, my name is Nouredine.
I grew up in Agadir and worked as a tour guide, in 1998 I discovered Sidi Kaouki, the beauty, nature and relaxing vibe made me wish to return.
On every tour here I would dream that one day I could live here and share this paradise with traveller's of the world.
So in 2002, just me and my horse arrived in Sidi Kaouki, I spent a year living here, I felt I'd found a new home. To make all my dreams come true I worked hard in Ireland for many years. In 2008 I was starting to build my dream guest house.