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Mimi Calpe was built in the 1860s by French and British architects. It was the vacation home of an influential Jewish family from Tangier, who lived in the residential district of Marshan. The house was the scene of remarkable receptions for the elite of Europe and Morocco.
Particularly well preserved, as far as its original architecture is concerned, it is surrounded by a century-old garden, which beautiful plants backdrop an ancient Jewish cemetery. It is part of the historical heritage of Tangier and was given a second life with our recent renovation.
The property is composed of several buildings. It has four bedrooms and two 2-bedroom suites. Each bedroom is arranged in accordance with the original decoration and furnishing, with the preservation of the woodworks, floors and stuccos of the olden days.