Its Napoleon III architecture resembles that of the beautiful villas of the French Riviera, of the banks of Italy’s greatest lakes, and of the Spanish Riviera. In all likelihood, its original decoration was designed by Christopher Dresser, a very much in vogue decorator of Queen Victoria’s court. He is said to have contributed towards the decoration of the library, which was transformed into a dining room a few decades later. One of its original tapestries is still preserved in this area today, with its Japanese and Inca inspiration.
The house is equipped with a 15-by-3-meter swimming pool, set for splashing and making a few rounds. Sunbathing is also very mush welcome around the swimming pool.
The luxuriant gardens of the house are surrounded by several reserved spots, to have lunch for example. They also offer a magnificent view of the Bay of Tangier and of the Strait of Gibraltar.
Our guests have access to several lounges (including a piano room), with books, board games, a fireplace, and much more.