All five bedrooms are luxuriously appointed with their own patios and bathrooms. They all have roof fans and are air-conditioned. Four of the bedrooms are centered round a lounge in a separate building away from the manor house and restaurant/bar, making it ideal for larger groups or a bride and her entourage.
The rooms all have double beds with comfy and pure cotton duvets and sheets. The lounge has comfortable couches, a bar-fridge, a coffee/tea station and a huge fire place. All the rooms are supplied with luxurious bath oils and soaps. They all have French doors that lead out to the tranquil grounds and pool area. The fifth room is in the manor house and is equally comfortable and luxurious.
The guest house has three unique art objects. In the lounge hangs five original African silk scarfs from the French designer Hèrmes and a Biblical Coptic scroll from a monastery in Eritrea. In the reception area is an original ancient scroll from Timbuktu in Mali. An emir gave it as a present to Jacques when he did a television documentary about the fabled city.