Beit Noun is a family estate and boutique guesthouse nestled in the folds of Lebanon’s picturesque Jbeil mountains. A stone’s throw away from the bustling city of Beirut, Beit Noun is a haven of tranquility and quintessential Lebanese hospitality and generosity.
The century’s old estate is surrounded on one side, by towering pine trees and orchards filled with citrus, fig and olive trees, leaving hypnotic views of the Mediterranean on the other. Here there is no need to draw the curtains on the property’s 13 elegantly decorated and spacious rooms, the beauty is to wake up to its breathtaking views in each of the unique accommodations.
With old-world charm at every corner, the boutique guest house also boasts modern additions including a pristine pool set again the breathtaking views of nature, a restaurant and bar, in addition to the estate’s own boutique showcasing a melange of homemade products. The property also boasts a number of curated activities dependent on the time of year and atmosphere, be it barbecues by the pool, meditative hikes or a day of seasonal fig or olive picking.
A landmark of local hospitality, Beit Noun reopened its doors to the public in May 2022, after an extensive renovation envisioned and executed by famed architect Galal Mahmoud, and stands tall as a monument of history, resilience and Lebanese splendor.
For further inquiries, a tour of the property or guest rooms/lunch/dinner reservations click here. To maintain the essence of serenity and calm that Beit Noun prides itself on, all visitors must be over the age of 12.