Located in Jezzine’s — and one of Lebanon’s — largest pine forests, La Maison de la Forêt is a paradise for both laid-back and adventurous souls.
Beit El Hamra, Souk el Tayeb’s latest guesthouse, is the perfect retreat for visitors seeking peace and quiet in the heart of the capital.
If you’re looking for a new getaway in the heart of nature, then travel blogger Notes of a Traveler has the perfect place for you in Shouf.
In the heart of Tyre, surrounded by hectares of banana plantations, lies Les Jardins de Tyr: a stunning 10-room guesthouse. Travel blog Notes of a Traveler shows us around.
The Hassouns are a Lebanese family who have produced soaps and oils for over 600 years. We learn more about their eco-village dedicated to soap making.
Reem Joudi explores Gladys, the homely guesthouse inside the village of Jinjleya, 15-minutes east of Saida.
More than the usual relaxing spot, Beit El Hana is an enclave of serenity. Located in the authentic village of Masser El Shouf, on the footsteps of the Shouf Cedar Nature Reserve, it’s the kind of place you never want to leave.
Hidden between walled gardens in El Mina, Tripoli, lies a guesthouse of historic proportions. What was once the private home of a beloved physician is now an unlikely sanctuary.
Perfect for those seeking a nature-filled getaway, La Datcha was built by the late Nazih Henry Chehade 12 years ago. The villa is now a stunning guesthouse run by Nazih’s wife, Lina, and their daughter Sarah. We learn more.
Hidden in Tyre’s old quarter is Dar Camelia, a beautiful member of the L’Hôte Libanais family, a boutique hotel inspired from Morrocan riads and traditional Lebanese homes.