Recent Reviews

  • Best place to stay
    5 of 5

    The house was wonderful. Couldn't have chosen a better accommodation. It's in a quiet little residence guarded by security 24/7. The guards are very warm and welcoming and if you have any technical issues they are knowledgeable enough to fix the problem. Can't say a single based thing about it.

    Stayed: Sep 2017
  • Well furnished and well equipped for self-catering
    4 of 5

    We had a great time at Skhirat. The house is very welcoming and we felt that the owners invested a great deal to make it a family home. The architecture of the residential compound is sober and open, making it underpopulated and very welcoming to light and the blue sky. It's easy for a disabled person to go about the house and the compound. Jalila and Mourad who are managing the place are very welcoming and convey to you a great feeling of integrity. Fatima who helped us look after the house and enjoy our time with our disabled mum became part of the family from the first minute we met her. We enjoyed simple moments with simple people (fruit and veg sellers in the village), the fishing and surfing communities. Although August is a very busy period we still enjoyed the calm of the beach all the morning and late in the afternoon to the evening. Actually, we appreciated not having a communal pool at the residence: there is a natural open pool by the fishing dock for kids and long distance swimmers to enjoy (tide permitting) - still the waves are perfect for body surfing in the rest of the beach. Being busy with BBQs, watermelons, swimming and surfing we didn't have time to notice the imperfections around us. Play it again ... Sam!

    Stayed: Aug 2017