Villa Josephine

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With a history as fascinating and chequered as Tangier’s past, Villa Josephine has been home to an early 20th Century British journalist who wrote books still considered to be key introductions to Morocco, a Spanish duke who fell on hard times, and was a summer residence of Thami El Glaoui, the famous Pasha of Marrakesh under the French occupation. As the street name, Rue de la Montagne, suggests, you are in a wealthy suburb of the city perched high above the hustle and bustle, in leaf surrounds with wonderful views. Carefully sculpted gardens compete with these vistas for your attention from the terraces and patios. The décor is classic, elegant and European, and the wood-panelled library and bar with its leather armchairs and crystal glasses takes you straight back to a bygone era.

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