The Residence Abode Culture Vultures artist lodging is at Dar Attamani, a Berber Jewish house estimated to be some 400 years old. Located in the heart of the old medina it was once the house of a Rabbi. Four floors offer visiting artists several communal areas, 6 spacious bedrooms, basement working areas, a large working kitchen and a terrace with a 360 view looking our as far as the Middle Atlas Mountains. Together with the garden at the back of the house Dar Attamani compromises of various options of spaces for artists to work, contemplate or mingle. Iraqi glass, carved wooden features and patterned tiles give this house a distinct character and it is said to be one of the most charming houses remaining in Sefrou medina.