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.
- Visit the historic Old Souk, a bustling marketplace that dates back to Roman times
- Explore the picturesque Batroun harbor, with its traditional fishing boats and charming seafood restaurants
- Walk along the beautiful Batroun seaside promenade, known as the Corniche
- Visit the Phoenician Wall, an ancient wall made of large stones that once protected the city
- Relax on the white sandy beaches, such as the popular Pierre and Friends or Colonel beaches
- Visit the historic St. Stephan's Cathedral, a beautiful church built in the 19th century
- Explore the nearby Batroun Mountains and enjoy scenic hikes and breathtaking views.
Available to book on https://www.beitalbatroun.com/
Original Dikkéni Photography - 2019.