Chamla room is almost hidden, on the first floor, with a hidden surprise; as it has its own little private courtyard. The colorful bed frame, with a Hamadi Ben Saad painting, makes a happy space. The room has a desk, and the private courtyard, is perfect cosy, for eating, reading or just chilling. Chamla is named after a well-known Tunisian Jewish family, from Nabeul. Jacob Chemla (1857-1938) Former tax auditor to the Bey of Tunis. His sons, Moïse or Mouche (1897-1978), was a talented ceramist, who made the families collection well known till today. Some Chamla pieces could be found around the Dar, and don’t miss the ceramic piece ‘tree of life’ at the reception which is about a century old.