Overlooking the hills of Batroun and surrounded by green terraces, the traditional Lebanese house aims to help and support local communities achieve sustainable development by offering an immersive cultural rural experience.
In a statement, Nour Farra-Haddad, owner of Dar Nour, said: “Dar Nour is faithful to Lebanese traditions and stays true to helping and supporting local communities thrive. The guesthouse recalls simpler times: a celebration of an authentic rural lifestyle that marries a passion for nature with a commitment to heritage and cultural diversity.”
Dar Nour, offers four double rooms and one suite, but it can host up to 15 guests overnight with the multipurpose Dar and Abou reception halls that can also serve as rooms. Furthermore, the charming property features a lounge, providing guests with a space to mingle and play games. Farra-Haddad’s private collection of items purchased during her travels can be found around the guesthouse.
A table d’hôte, Jlal El Dar forms part of the guesthouse, where visitors can enjoy traditional meals and authentic dishes prepared by local cooks.