If you come to Lebanon, you are bound to pass by Byblos and its surrounding villages. If you do spend sometimes there, head to this Bentael a tiny village with a little B&B, owned by Snayfer family, which is two minutes away from Bentael’s Nature Reserve but a world away from the hustle of the city.
Like all good places to stay, you feel at home the minute you walk in, this traditional Lebanese house features yellow stoned walls, low ceiling, Arabian living room, kitchenette, two bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open air terrace.
Indeed part of the house’s charm is in the mix of antiques collected from different part of the world, ranging from Iranian’s furniture, to displays from France and Italy turning this house into a comfortable, cozy and intimate place.
Perhaps the warmth of the décor, the friendliness of the host and the welcoming atmosphere make this house an outstanding getaway. Located two minutes away from the Bentael’s Pine Nature reserve, this guesthouse is a perfect destination for nature lovers, hikers, bikers, and people looking for calm and meditation.
This guesthouse does not allow pets