La Maison des Sources

La Maison des Sources

La Maison des Sources is a stunning guesthouse that is situated in the charming village of Ain Zhalta in the Chouf region. With its unique blend of traditional and contemporary design, this 200-year-old house is the ideal place to spend a peaceful weekend away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

The guesthouse is surrounded by breathtaking mountain views, making it a perfect place to relax and unwind. The warm and inviting atmosphere of the house makes it feel like a home away from home.

The traditional elements of the house have been carefully preserved, giving it an authentic and rustic feel. The contemporary elements have been added to enhance the guest experience, making it comfortable and convenient for modern travelers.

Whether you're looking to explore the nearby areas or simply want to enjoy the tranquility of the mountains, La Maison des Sources is the perfect destination. You can take a leisurely stroll through the village, hike along the nearby trails, or simply sit back and enjoy the stunning views from the comfort of the guesthouse.

Why we love it: La Maison des Sources offers a unique and unforgettable experience that combines the best of traditional and modern design, and provides a tranquil escape for anyone looking to recharge their batteries and enjoy the beauty of the Chouf region.

Local Highlights

  1. The Chouf Cedar Reserve: Located in the Chouf Mountains, the Chouf Cedar Reserve is a nature reserve in Lebanon that spans over 50,000 hectares of land. The reserve is home to the iconic cedar tree, which is an important cultural symbol in Lebanon. Visitors can hike through the forest, observe the diverse flora and fauna, and learn about the history and conservation efforts of the reserve.
  2. Beiteddine Palace: Beiteddine Palace is a 19th-century palace located in the Chouf Mountains of Lebanon. It was built by Emir Bashir Shihab II and is considered a masterpiece of Lebanese architecture. The palace features intricate mosaics, ornate rooms, and beautiful gardens. Visitors can tour the palace and learn about its history and cultural significance.
  3. Baakline Waterfalls: Baakline Waterfalls is a series of cascading waterfalls located in the village of Baakline, Lebanon. The waterfalls are surrounded by lush greenery and offer a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Visitors can hike to the waterfalls, swim in the natural pools, and enjoy a picnic in the scenic surroundings.
  4. Deir El Qamar Village: Deir El Qamar is a picturesque village located in the Chouf Mountains of Lebanon. The village is known for its traditional architecture, narrow streets, and historic landmarks, including the 16th-century Fakhreddine Mosque and the Emir Fakhreddine Palace. Visitors can wander through the village, sample local cuisine, and soak up the rich culture and history of the area.

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    Original Dikkéni Photography - 2019.

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