BED AND BREAKFAST FANTARHOUSE
The Bed and Breakfast Fantar House derives from the surname of the archaeologist Tunisian Mohammed H. Fantar who made the excavations in the village of Monte Sirai Phoenician-Carthaginian, which brought to light the remains of the Acropolis housing.
It is assumed that these homes were formed by a central courtyard, a meeting place for the inhabitants of the house and the neighbors.
The so-called husk of modern times.
The architecture of the B & B, almost follows the same provision, developing around a central space where guests meet for socializing but also to have breakfast.
In addition to give the name of an international character we added the word House (home English).