Beit al Batroun

Beit al Batroun

Beit al Batroun is the perfect Mediterranean haven to enjoy sea views, mountain air and the charming interior filled with restored vintage pieces and handcrafted works by owner Colette Kahil.

A family-run guesthouse, owner Colette Kahil worked for a decade with architect Wadih Chehaybar to create a house influenced by traditional Lebanese rural constructions, using upcycled materials from around the world. The cozy interior design features restored vintage pieces, innovative design ideas, and handcrafted works by Colette, a mosaicist.

Colette offers up to five double bedrooms from April to November, along with a breakfast buffet using local produce and dinner and cocktails served on the terrace in the evenings. 

Why we love it: The elevated location overlooking the Mediterranean, its cozy and beautifully designed interior, its delicious homemade Lebanese breakfast.

Local Highlights

  1. Visit the historic Old Souk, a bustling marketplace that dates back to Roman times
  2. Explore the picturesque Batroun harbor, with its traditional fishing boats and charming seafood restaurants
  3. Walk along the beautiful Batroun seaside promenade, known as the Corniche
  4. Visit the Phoenician Wall, an ancient wall made of large stones that once protected the city
  5. Relax on the white sandy beaches, such as the popular Pierre and Friends or Colonel beaches
  6. Visit the historic St. Stephan's Cathedral, a beautiful church built in the 19th century
  7. Explore the nearby Batroun Mountains and enjoy scenic hikes and breathtaking views.

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    Original Dikkéni Photography - 2019.

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