There is no shortage of places to stay and things to do in Lebanon, so much so that we could all do with a helping hand. Take a look at our selection of beaches, wineries, museums and guesthouses with this handy Google Map.
An effortlessly elegant fusion of traditional and modern design elements is one of the many striking attributes of Beit Teta Mona, a delightful stone house nestled in the traditional mountain village of Kfar Aaqab, an hour’s drive from Beirut. We take a tour with our friends at L’Hôte Libanais.
Perched on top of a cliff in the beautiful village of Faraya, Trinity 5 is a perfect mountain escape for those seeking a luxurious break just an hour from Beirut. We learn more about this exciting bungalow project from the owners, Elie and Iman Salameh.
If being surrounded by thousands of years of history sounds appealing, you’ll be blown away by L’Hôte Libanais’s family member in Byblos.
Nestled in the lush mountains, Al Fundok is the “hotel of happiness.” We learn more about this magical place from Yola Noujaim, the founder.
Beit Trad is a unique mix of traditional architecture, family tradition and high-end hotel services. We sat down with owner Sarah Trad to learn more about what the charming guest house has to offer.
Offering locals and tourists the opportunity to enjoy warm hospitality in more authentic surroundings, we wander around Al Haush in the beautiful Bekaa.
Tucked away in South Lebanon, Al Yasmine guesthouse showcases the best hospitality southerners have to offer.
Located in the popular seaside town of Tabarja, 35km from Beirut, Beit El Bahr is a charming guesthouse offering uninterrupted sea views and direct access to the beach.
Travel blogger and guesthouse reviewer Notes of a Traveler visits two guesthouses in Shouf that boast great views and a homey ambiance.