June 13, 2020 Shouf Lebanon Middle East

“La Maison du Bonheur”. A Happy Colorful Guesthouse in Deir el Qamar. Breakfast with a View!

Run by the delightful Ama, La Maison du Bonheur occupies a prime position in the dreamy mountain village of Deir Al Qamar. Behind its green doors and traditional window shutters, you’ll find mellow colors, pine furniture, lots of books and even a piano. Step outside and you’ll be rewarded with a formidable view of the majestic Chouf Mountains stretching out before you like a hand-painted work of art.

Welcome to La Maison du Bonheur Bed & Breakfast, an ideal getaway for vacationers and locals alike. Owned by Ama Samir Tabet, a native of Deir el Qamar, Lebanon, who after having spent several years in Canada has returned to her hometown to accomplish her life-time dream of running a family-oriented Bed & Breakfast in the region of the Chouf.

The cadre is just magnificent and the views from La Maison du Bonheur Bed & Breakfast are simply breathtaking. Perched on the hills of Deir el Qamar, Lebanon, also known as the Capital of Emirs, you can experience serenity while being a short distance away from Lebanon’s famous Beiteddine Palace and festival, the Chouf Cedar reserve and many other attractions for lovers of culture and nature.


Breakfast is prepared with the utmost detail, often with home-grown ingredients from the garden to table, and served in your own private garden overlooking the mountains on one side and the Mediterranean sea on the other. While staying at the Bed & Breakfast, you can also enjoy an acre of land with flowers, a fruit orchard, a vegetable garden, olive trees, and more. Ama, a mother of three, Mediator, and teacher by profession, has a tremendous passion for hospitality and will do everything possible to ensure your stay will be memorable.

Something one immediately notices about La Maison du Bonheur is how green it is. The gardens surrounding the property are simply magical. Full of trees, colorful flowers, and vegetables, every inch is lovingly tended and perfectly arranged. Indeed, Ama works tirelessly to maintain her fragile green spaces, inviting her guests and children from the village to plant seeds and cultivate this precious land with her.


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