Morocco has been a destination on my wish list ever since I started to stalk the magnificent riads on the Essaouira coast. Essaouira has always intrigued me – it’s a late-18th-century fortified town, constructed according to the principles of contemporary European military architecture. It’s a charming town that I would one day love to visit.
Inside its medina sits The Tea House, a 200-year-old riad founded by its British owner. Its décor has a Moroccan and English cottage feel to it, with a charming, bohemian air. The colours are an inspiring mixture of pastels against the prominent Moroccan terracotta. The Tea House is a must stay when venturing into Essaouira
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