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  • 2 BR House
  • 2 BA
  • Separate Toilet
  • 1453 sq. ft.
Excellent! 4.7/5
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  • 2 BR House
  • 1 BA
  • Separate Toilet
  • 1399 sq. ft.
Wonderful! 4.9/5
(14 reviews)
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  • 2 BA
  • 1237 sq. ft.
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  • 4 BA
  • 2152 sq. ft.
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  • 5 BA
  • Separate Toilet
  • 3229 sq. ft.
Exceptional! 5/5
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  • 1 BA
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  • 5 BA
  • Separate Toilet
  • 3229 sq. ft.
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Recent Reviews

Beautiful house

5 of 5
Really lovely house in Sidi Ifni, very relaxed and friendly place.
  • Review Submitted: Apr 04, 2018
  • Date of Stay: Mar 2018

I throughly recommend it

5 of 5
The owner, Peter Duffin, and his team - Aicha the cleaner, Youssef the Property Manager and Massaud the driver - all did everything in their power to ensure we had a wonderful stay. They were all absolutely charming. Sidi Ifni itself is a quiet backwater - 'quiet' also means untouristy - very different to Marrakesh which we visited when we were last in Morocco. We greatly enjoyed the contrast Ifni made to the pace of life in London and rapidly became fond of it. The locals were very pleasant and friendly, but never pushy. We (family with two boys) took the 11:00AM bus up the coast to Legzira beach one day. It eventually set off at 11:25 - Youssef explained that 'in Europe you have watches but in Sidi we have time!' Shopping for fish, oranges (best we've ever tasted), fresh veg and bread in the town's market is great fun - the choice and quality are amazing. If you have a little French you'll find it a great help. When you don't fancy cooking or barbecuing back at the Sea House there are some restaurants of a good standard - a few of them licensed. Be sure to try the camel kebab! We made an excursion to the huge livestock (including camels), fruit & veg market at Guelmim 'gateway to the Sahara' and another day-long safari in a 4 x 4 to a desert oasis, fort and sand dunes. Both trips are highly recommended. Saving the best till last - it is the Sea House itself that really made the holiday. It's beautifully designed, spacious and airy. We spent a lot of time there just hanging out, playing cards, scrabble, reading, swimming in the pool - doing what you should on holiday... It's a pleasure to recommend this place - you won't be disappointed.
  • Review Submitted: Jan 08, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Dec 2016