About Riad Morocco Guest House
Morocco, Casablanca and Marrakesh, the mere mention of these names conjures up images of far-flung destinations filled with the heady aroma of exotic spices. Take a magic carpet ride to Riad Morocco and experience authentic Moroccan living and the warm hospitality of the Comfort Stay team.
Situated in leafy Durbanville, you will feel completely at home at this guest house with its huge farmhouse kitchen and relaxing atmosphere. Riad Morocco offers eight comfortable bedrooms and two fully equipped conference venues that can each accommodate up to 25 delegates.
Guests can also take advantage of the personalized day tours to explore the beauty of the Western Cape. With its close proximity to various golf courses, wine routes, beaches and shopping malls, there is plenty to see and do. Alternatively, you can spend the day lounging at the tranquil rock pool.
Conference Venues: We can accommodate up to 24 delegates and on-site facilities includes projector, white boards and white board markers, pens and notepads. Dinner can be arranged for guests staying over. A marquee tent can be arranged at an additional cost.
Children over the age of 14 years - third person sharing rate. Children 2-13 years - 50% of full rate and Children under 2 years – free.
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