In the depth of the Lebanese mountains, a forgotten chamber still stands, recreated with a touch of an artirst, adding comfortable colours to the vintage sensation. This old traditional rock house, built around 1840 C.E. is the place to go for a cozy night with the people you love. In the winter, gathering around the stove to grill cheese and potatoes is the best part of it. During the summer, you can enjoy the beautiful garden right outside, or go for a hiking trip in the cedar reserve.
“The apartment is on the ground floor of a building typical of the region, full of charm. The accommodation itself is very spacious and very well appointed. It is very tastefully decorated, the lounge area invites you to read around the wood stove. You can also play many board games available. In short, everything invites in this place to disconnection and relaxation, not to mention the very professional welcome from Akram who was available and attentive to our needs during our stay and expert advice from Jad before our arrival. Around the accommodation, you can visit the Cèdres reserve and other charming Lebanese villages. I definitely recommend Jad's apartment and hope to have the opportunity to come back there during the sunny days.”
My Villa/Guest House with a panoramic view to Shouf Cedar Forests. 380 sqm Building 12000 sqm land/terraces space with a small Traditional Rural and Farm Guest Houses you can reach the Cedar Forests in 7 min by car where you can spend a hiking day and sports activities, tasting local products and cedar honey, etc... you can walk 4+ hours in the nature surrounding my home, you live the culture and traditions by meeting and visiting the local neighbors. I am advising you to try the experience !
“We had a really amazing time at Cezar’s. The place is the best to enjoy the view on Lebanese mountains and discover their organic vegetable garden. The varied breakfast is fresh and so yummy, thanks to Cezar’s mother. We met charming people and had very nice talks with all the crew and in particular with Hassan, Cezar’s father. Our journey was so peaceful and help us to know and understand more about Lebanese culture. We left with organic product from the farm for all our friends and wonderful memories. Highly recomanded!”
Beyt el Jabal lies in the old town of Deir el Qamar; the first capital of Mount Lebanon. Our guesthouse comprises of a constellation of restored traditional houses that are dotted along stone pedestrian alleyways of a historic village. Beyt el Jabal is all about preserving heritage. Be it traditional architecture, handmade crafts or the produce of our land. We also plant trees and work hard to preserve the greenery around us
“To start with the location. Deir el Qamar is a historical town in Lebanon and used to be a capital for multiple dynasties that lived in the area. Yet to have the ability to live inside the old houses that still stand the time and to be able to walk through the old town stone roads is just amazing. The hotel is simply perfect for those willing to spend some quality time away from all the city noise and news. The way the place is built (or actually divided) is just astonishing. To use old houses that have been abandoned by their owners, re-build them and pay them rent to make the old city live again is a huge thumbs up by me. Their are no TV's in the room, yet board games are available, thus making the place a perfect family retreat, also it is very quite day and night thus becoming a one of a kind location for those that would like to read or write. The management and staff are humble, respectful and ready to help you at any time with a smile on their faces and a big heart. This is a location I would love to keep going to or even make a deal to live there.”