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Beit Al Baraka
Come stay in the heart of the village, where you'll be only walking distance away from the archaeological site. Beit Al Baraka has three comfortable bedrooms, furnished with handcrafted beds, high quality bedding, good views to wake up to... and sometimes a rooster alarm!
Great and easy to find location, with scenic views. Very helpful staff that made us great breakfast and dinner. We did a half day hike (Almond Trail), which also was very nice.
Great location, and very cute/cozy place. The breakfast is AMAZING, and the hosts are very friendly!
Our stay at Beit Al Baraka was simply magical. The B&B itself is wonderfully furnished; Muna has obviously thought of any and all comforts her guests could wish for. Our room had a fabulous view and the beds, linens and towels provided were of top quality.
From the roof you have an splendid view and the archaeological site is just some steps away. Visits to local families and small entrepreneurs should be made! It's worthwhile and a beautiful experience!
The host is great at showing you around the village, to see the views on a hike (and explains what your looking at), going on a tour to see the historical sites, meeting the locals and eating some tasty home cooked local food from the talented Um Sulaiman. There is a lot more to see too. The BnB itself was spacious clean and had everything you need. Living room was very comfortable, with more amazing views! Well worth a visit.
We had a great stay with our 18 month old daughter and a couple of friends. The breakfast is amazing, the rooms are comfortable, and Roddy, Muna and the team are very communicative and helpful. They arranged a toddler-friendly hike for us and were always available. We cooked our own dinner and the kitchen is equipped with everything you need. We will definitely be back!
I highly recommend a visit to this little known part of Jordan which combines amazingly preserved Roman ruins with a wonderful nature reserve (wildflowers, beekeeping, foraging etc). Beit Al Baraka was a perfect base for our family and their itinerary and guides were excellent
The House of Blessings was the perfect accommodation for our trip to Um Qais. Muna and Roddy (avid travelers) were incredibly welcoming, friendly and very interesting! You'll go to this place for the nice rooms but you walk out having learned so much about the history and the local people of Um Qais.
We had a wonderful stay at Beit Al Baraka in February. Um Qais is absolutely beautiful this time of year as everything is just starting to green up. Our daughter (almost 18 months old) had a wonderful time discovering the chair that is her size and the toys carefully prepared as well. We asked for a cot and we were not disappointed. Excellent value for the money and we look forward to staying again soon.
We had an excellent stay at Beit Al Baraka! In the morning, local women made us a delicious breakfast, complete with coffee and fresh juice, mezze, yogurt with fresh fruit and local honey, and homemade mana’eesh. We appreciated the personal touches and meeting the locals and thought it was a perfect weekend getaway. We will definitely visit again.
Great stuff and awesome local vibes! Situated in the North of Jordan, Beit Al Baraka was a nature filled and relaxed experience. Um Qais might not be a must-do for a typical tourist visiting Jordan, however a two-day trip there is well worth considering for anyone stepping foot or even residing in Jordan.