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“Bouyouti” is an extraordinary place, nestled in the heart of the Chouf Mountains, halfway between Deir El Qamar and Beiteddine. Accessed by a paved pathway bordered by flowers, it announces, from the first few steps you take, that you have just lifted the veil off a jewel possessing the charms of Tuscany and Provence combined.
The world of Roula, writes the Orient-Le Jour is “optimistic and friendly.” Her style, “a pretty blend of colors, flowers and lucky charms.” Designer and decorator by trade, Roula brightens each detail that catches your eye with her unique signature: from the choice of flowers to the bed linens, from the decoration of the guesthouses to the presentation of breakfast.
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Several small houses surrounded by terraces and fruit trees are scattered across ‘Bouyouti’, a large hillside estate. Strolling about the domain, you are bound to come across a large pool, several gardens and even a small chapel that completes the serene atmosphere of a place where, as far back as the 19th century, Emir Bashir liked to relax.
"Bouyouti is this magical place where every single corner is a discovery by itself. It’s one of those places where you’d wish you could stay forever…"
— Photographs by Vrouyr Joubanian and Rawan Bazerji