Beit Faris wa Lucia, Byblos
Beit Faris wa Lucia
Excellent standards without the big price tag
Our rating: Premium | Property style: Guesthouse
Hidden within the old souks of Byblos, Beit Faris wa Lucia has all the old-world charm of the city it resides in. Built on the foundations of a Crusader tower, the beautiful stone building was the home of host Daad for over 40 years. Now it has been converted into a delightful guesthouse, featuring a leafy terrace with fantastic views of the Mediterranean and cityscape, and five individually designed rooms. Enjoy breakfast from the family kitchen in the garden terrace, surrounded by trees and flowers, which is also used for yoga and other activities.
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