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Overlooking mountains and sea, vineyards and typical agricultural terraces, forests and valleys, Abdelli is a small village breathing with thousands of years of culture and history. The grey stones of traditional Lebanese houses dot the scenery, embedded in the landscape, reminiscent of a farming village abandoned during the First World War. Hovering and peaking at the beaches of Batroun and the magnificent distances is Abdelli Terraces, built almost a century later with the dream of reviving the village.
It was Nabil, a neurosurgeon with a love for nature and culture, who discovered the hidden beauties of Abdelli. With the ultimate goal of bringing the village back to life, reviving the vineyards, fusing the old with the new, and promoting sustainable development, he joined forces with his son Karim, an Investment Banker, and Jinan, Karim’s wife and a dermatologist.
Building a family home would not have been as fulfilling as sharing the scenery and breeze with others, and this is why Abdelli Terraces slowly became an ambitious, innovative project, encompassing alternative accommodation, wine production, and culinary events. Three traditionally renovated houses and green lanes, trees and shaded patches, and all around, ancient agricultural terraces surviving 200 years of abandonment, Abdelli Terraces is faithful to Lebanese tradition and true to emerging, environmentally conscious ideologies and trends.
To book your room at Abdelli Terraces, enter your check-in and check-out dates at the top of the page, click on “book now”, and let our secure reservation system guide you with the rest! Do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions.
"Great escape in a relaxing and chill setting. Unique and traditional culinary experience. Warm and welcoming hosts."
— Words by Layal Boustany
Photographs by Leia Gorra