Dar Anebar is a century-old, family-owned house that has been thoroughly renovated and converted into a guest house and restaurant. It is located in the northeast corner of the Medina about a one minute walk from the Bab (gate) Guissa. It's about a ten minute walk to the souks through the winding alleys.
Ahmed who owns and runs Dar Anebar has a guiding principle that he follows — treat the staff and guests as if they are family. It works superbly.
Everyone, from the housekeepers, cooks, servers, and Ahmed are delightful and their customer service is top notch.
The house is four storeys with an interior courtyard and a roof garden. The courtyard and the rooms off it are the restaurant and where guests have breakfast. And, oh! The breakfasts are huge and the best I ate in four weeks of touring Morocco.
The rooms are up narrow steep stairs and are large with ensuites. Mine had a sleeping area and a living room, and a large bathroom with two sinks.
Dar Anebar is filled with family furniture and objets d'art and Ahmed will tell you the stories behind them. The decor is traditional mosaics and carved stucco.
The AC and wifi are the best I experienced in Morocco apart from 5 star hotel chains.
Nothing is too much trouble here and I heartily recommend it to anyone wanting a base to explore Fes.More