Located between 900 and 2800m above sea level, in the district of Keserwan, Kfardebian the highest village in the region, covers a vast surface of 40km2; thus making it one of the biggest villages in Lebanon.
Your hostel is few minutes away from the Mzaar and Faqra ski resorts of Lebanon. During the summer it's a paradise for hikers and nature lovers. Kfardebian is renowned for its agricultural products, and its fragrant honey. Kfardebian is also rich in water, with the two essential springs supplying the village: "Neba el Laban" and "Neba el Assal". Phoenician and Roman ruins of Fakra and a wonderful natural bridge make Kfardebian historical village.
Located at 1,400 meters above sea level, Kfardebian, which means “village of the deers” in Syriac, is the ideal place to escape the crowds and noise of the country’s capital and rest among green trees, fresh mountain air and animals. The village also offers nearby tourist sites, the most famous being the two-millennium-old ruins of Faqra and the natural stone bridge Jisr al-Hajar.
Hotel Address: Mazraat Kfardebian main road, Faraya and Mzaar
Kfardebian high way wardiyeh building.