Beit TradByblos, Metn and Keserwan
Beit Trad · The atmosphereThere is something very special about Beit Trad. Hidden amidst majestic old pine trees, this exquisite 19th century traditional Lebanese home in Kfour is imbued with the kind of magic that gently awakens the senses whilst soothing the mind.
Beit El NessimNorth Lebanon
Beit El Nessim · OverviewOnce in Tripoli, on your way to Beit El Nessim, you will stroll the old streets of Al Mina, near the seaside, walk along old houses, peaceful small shops, meet street vendors of orange and carrot juice, pastries and fruits, and greet shop owners, barbers, tailors and children playing joyfully.
GuitaByblos, Metn and Keserwan
Guita · OverviewCombine the majestic beauty of Lebanon’s mountains with a fervent love to share their customs, traditions, and heritage through a family’s story of rural passion and warm hospitality and you’ll get Guita: a green haven of peace nestled in Akoura.
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