The Penjat Room

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At the end of the corridor on the left on the first floor, on the garden side, is the Penjat room.
The room is 25 m2 and has one large bed (180 x 200 cm) and one smaller bed (90 x 200 cm). In the bathroom there is a lovely shower made from traditional Moroccan tadelakt. This artisan crafted bathroom reflects those Eastern influences. As well as the sumptuous shower there is a similar hand-basin located near the window overlooking the garden. The toilet is separate. The bathroom, with its ochre tones, brick and Mediterranean murals, blends well with an Indian teak screen, giving a lovely restful and intimate feel.

Rates per night :
1 person : 60 €
2 people : 70 €
3 people (with additional bed) : 90 €
Breakfast is included for all rates.

But where does the name "Penjat" come from?
Penjat is the name of a field in the estate. It is possible that the word is derived from an Occitan word “Penjan” meaning leaning, in the sense of being a slope. Its use would therefore be related to the topography of the field. In this use, the word could perhaps have originated between the 11th and 14th centuries AD.

The Tadelackt
The Tadelakt is a lovely decorative plaster traditionally used in bathrooms in riads in Morocco. It is made from lime mixed with water, made entirely from natural products and has a luxurious soft finish. In Morocco, it has been traditionally used for making bathtubs, showers and washbasin and has the advantage of being quite waterproof.

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