"Beit el Dhief" (translated as the guest room), T-shaped with its "Qboû"(alcove) in the center of the room, is intended to be a living museum, where the decorative arts in all their Tunisian nobility are represented. The painted wooden ceiling in the Italian pattern and the plaster sculpture are restored by a master craftsman. Two-colored Ceramic cover the walls of the room. Silk and taffeta armchairs and sofas are of the epoch style, including damask style. The latter is adorned by a private collection of traditional marriage costumes. Everything exudes respect of urban memory and family.