My Stone Cellar at ISHAC Residence, a traditional vaulted stone cellars Guesthouse in a 1903 heritage House conveniently situated in a tranquil setting with 19th century architecture.
The Guesthouse is right in the center of the peaceful Town of Douma overlooking Feghre Mountains, only a few minutes away from Douma Museum, old Souk, Restaurants and all in-Town facilities and strategically located for hiking, village touring and cycling.
Steeped in History, our naturally temperate cellars comprise King size bed, sofa-bed with a private en-suite shower and toilet and are self-contained with private entrance, sitting area/kitchenette, marble floor, wooden furniture, chairs fer forgé, fridge/freezer, kettle and a wooden storage trunk.
We take pride in our historic roots and make a point to share our history with guests, in year 1908 the Ottoman Sultan Abdul Hamid II awarded the House founder Ibrahim Beik Ishac with the Order of the Medjidie (Highest Medal of honor) and the title of “Beik” for providing welfare for his town Douma in North-Lebanon.
My Stone Cellar at ISHAC Residence is a year-round Guesthouse founded in February 2017 by Ibrahim Beik’s great-grandson and has 4 guest rooms with maximum occupancy of 11 guests and offers a friendly 24 hours service.
Complimentary regional treats
Ski day trips
Unlimited wireless internet access in terrace
Terrace and gardens
On site storage for bikes
My Stone Cellars at Ishac Residence
Saydet Al-Najat Street/Douma, Liban-Nord, Lebanon
Tel: 71 283 485