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 Value for Money  4.5
 Rooms  4.5
 Cleanliness  4.5
 Location  5.0
 Security & Safety  4.5
 Service & Staff  5.0
 Food / Dining  4.5
 Total  4.3

"Funky Cobalt Medina..."

User Rating:  4.3
Reviewer:   Roger L. of wigan, United Kingdom
Reviewed:   September 15, 2008  (see bed and breakfast reviews from Hosteltraveler.com)
Traveled:   September 2008     Type:   Other
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Comments  (English):
We had an excellent stay at the Rif for Anyone guesthouse. Terry, Suzanne and young Liam made us feel very welcome and this family run guesthouse is the perfect place for a chilled out few days (or weeks!), in the beautiful small town of Chefchauen. It was my friend n myselfs first time in Morocco, so we only managed a few days at the guesthouse as we had a fairly tight schedule to adhere to, but we'll be back sometime without doubt and would recommend to friends without hesitation.

Just watch out for "Chopper", the kitten :o)

"Rif for Anyone Guesthouse"

User Rating:  5.0
Reviewer:   Sandra K. of Tasmania, Australia
Reviewed:   March 26, 2008  (see bed and breakfast reviews from Instantworldbooking.com)
Traveled:   March 2008     Type:   Couple
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Comments  (English):
If you look at the ratings I've given this place you'll note that I've marked excellent for everything. That's because I enjoyed myself so much. This is a little gem of a place if your wants are like mine. For those of you who haven't travelled in Morocco the first thing to think about is whether you want to stay in the Medina (the walled city where most of the activity is) or outside. I find the Medina's a bit full on and noisy. My preference is for a bit more open space and fewer people. Which is exactly what Rif for Anyone Guesthouse (RAG) provides. It is a typical Moroccan home renovated for use as a guesthouse operated by a family of Scots who love where they live. This also made the place enjoyable, lots of local information in a language I understood. The best aspect of the RAG is the terrace where you eat breakfast and if you plan ahead organise to eat dinner. Susanne states she's not a cook, but we enjoyed our evening meal. On the terrace you can see over the town and look towards the Rif mountains. Its relaxing and enjoyable. Its 15-20 minutes walk down to the Medina for restaurants and all the tourist trappings Chefchaouen has to offer. Be warned though it could be 45 minutes back the stairs give you a good workout. Don't panic there are many taxis, 15 dirhams will get you back up. The Gordon's our hosts were most considerate to our needs, when we went off on a hiking trek round the mountains, which they have themselves done, we arrived back happy and worn out to a bowl of soup and a cup of tea. They knew we'd need something. Its these little things that count. RAG is a little hard to find, but just give the Gordons a call and they come find you. Loved this place and hope to go back again.


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