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Tfadalo aal Beit
Beit is one of the newest additions to the ongoing evolution of our organization. In Arabic the word means house or home, while "min beit meen?" means "which home or family are you from?" The name being inspired by the welcoming warmth, comfort, and heritage of homes throughout the country.
Each Beit has a unique character highlighting the traditions of the region, village, or town it is named after and offers visitors the opportunity to learn and enjoy first hand, local traditions, and food practices.
While visits to our weekly markets give you the opportunity to meet regional farmers and producers, and to taste local food products, our Beit’s provide you with the opportunity to really enjoy a full rural experience. These converted and restored old Lebanese homes offer welcoming retreats for guests, perfect for relaxing weekends or ones filled with activities and give the Souk El Tayeb family another means through which we are able to offer support to rural communities and preserve Lebanon’s heritage.
Beit Douma, Beit Ammiq, Beit el Qamar, Beit el Tawlet, and Beit Hamra are a cluster of quality Bed and Breakfast homes where visitors enjoy traditional Lebanese hospitality and cuisine in contemporary comfort.
The heart of Lebanese hospitality really starts in the kitchen, which is why, throughout your stay, you will always find coffee, tea, fresh fruit, pastries, and other diyafat (offerings) in abundance.
WE HAVE BEITS ACROSS THE COUNTRY