Very nice tour, friendly staff, great wine Nice location, relaxing. You should definitely try the tour.
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The setting is superb, the staff very helpful and the wine excellent ! The lunch isn't great but covers the basics. It's definitely worth the drive.
It's a winery...they have a big land where they have grape trees...the view is magnificent...they have one of the best Lebanese wine such as "myst" (rosé wine), red and white wine too...the wine is cheap there when you order it on the table it's the...More
well the food was a bit overpriced but if you like a good wine tasting then its definitely worth every penny. you get to taste wines that are not available on the local market as well as buy them if you want and the connoisseur...More
This winery is worth the trip from Beirut. Well tended lawns, roses, and laurel trees make it an oasis in summer. Lebanese rent the premises to stage marriages and an occasional birthday party. Kefraya wine is a must to take back home.
Their buffet lunch is rich, delicious and versatile The open wine formula is sure to leave some memories The ambiance in winter is cozy and warm but go in the summer to fully appreciate the premises, especially if you have small children (summer kids' animation)
the best and the richest buffet ever. an amazing outdoor terrace with a very tasty wine.it is a great place for chilling out
Garden is nice. The restaurant seems an autogrill (those we have on highways). Food less than average with redoundant names of the dishes (taboulette dans sa berceuse... for a spoonfoll of taboule served into a leaf of cabbage!). The rest... better to forget. Not worth...More
We arrived just before 6pm on a weekday, so perhaps it was an odd time to visit/dine as there was no one else there. In spite of the fact that we hadn't booked a tour, the staff were very amenable in giving us a quick...More
We went to eat here at lunchtime on a Sunday, to find that for an incredibly good value all inclusive price, we could eat and drink as much as we liked! I don't know if this is a regular event or a seasonal one, but...More