For more information or to make a booking, please contact:
+961 (0) 3 27 00 49
+961 (0) 3 73 95 73


Rates & Services

• Double-rooms are $190 USD per night, including breakfast.
• Sea view double-rooms are $220 USD per night, including breakfast.

• All reservations will be subject to a non-refundable 50% deposit to secure the booking.

• Check in time is at 3.00pm / Check out time is at 1.00pm.

• All rooms are equipped with their own private en-suite bathroom and air-conditioning.

• Breakfast is served in the common liwan area every morning between 9.00am and 11.00am.
It includes a Lebanese spread of a selection of cheeses and cold cuts, homemade jams, fresh juices, toasted bread, zaatar and labneh, olives, cereal, fruit, fresh juices, coffee, eggs (bil fekhar) from our very own chicken – and if you're lucky, our special fig tart.

• Beit al Batroun offers a number of seating areas on its grounds including the lounge area of the liwan, the terrace with its pool and view of the sea, and various outdoor shaded seating areas among the trees and greenery.

• Free wireless internet connection for all guests.

• Beit al Batroun receives children above 12 years of age.

Joining beach in kfarabida, an 8-minute drive from beit al batroun

Joining beach in kfarabida, an 8-minute drive from beit al batroun


What to Do

Beit al Batroun is only a short drive away from some of the best beaches on the North Lebanese coast, including Pierre & Friends (great for water sports), White Beach, and popular watering hole Joining beach.
Jammal restaurant, a short drive up the coast, will serve your fish of the day on a table IN the water. 

Beit al Batroun recommends discovering the majestic North of Lebanon on a unique itinerary with Road of Angels. Explore atypical hidden routes combining spiritual and artistic heritage. Half-day ($60) or full-day ($120, lunch included) trips available.

We are a 10-minute drive from Batroun itself, a quaint town on the coast whose narrow alleyways boast some of the best preserved (and restored) traditional architectural homes. A stroll along the narrow paths of the Old Town reveals the old Phoenician Wall, a relic of this once-flourishing Phoenician port town.
Enjoy some well-deserved rest at Colonel Beer Brewery nearby and its little beach hideout for the best sunset watch.

To the South, the ancient port city of Byblos with its stone walls seeped in history is only a 20-minute drive away. 

Beit al Batroun sits at the base of the Wine Trail, with award-winning independent wineries on a dedicated "Route des Vins du Nord". Enjoy visits and tastings at Ixir Wines, Coteaux de Botrys, Atibaia and many more.  
And don't forget to look out for the Basbous sculptures dotted along the roads in Rachana—the Basbous still brothers work from their atelier just off the main road.

Ask Colette for any further tips and information, there are plenty more gems in the area to discover and explore....