Welcome to Petra Bed & Breakfast in Jordan

Our cozy and family run B&B is located on a mountainside near the city center of Wadi Musa, it is the ideal base to explore the area. The Red Rose city of Petra, one of the new world wonders and without a doubt Jordan’s most valuable treasure and greatest tourist attraction is just a short 5 minute drive away from the B&B.

In the area around Petra you can also visit Little Petra; where evidence of a settlement from as early as 7,000 to 6,500 BC can still be seen today and Shobak Castle; a lonely reminder of former Crusader glory. You can do one of the many hikes in Dana; one of the most biologically and historically rich areas and the largest nature reserve in Jordan or hike through the fascinating canyon of Wadi Ghweir following a year-round water stream, enjoy the hanging gardens, little oasis of palm trees and fresh water springs.

Our B&B offers 4 guest rooms, each has a private bathroom with shower, wash basin and toilet. The shared area consists of a living room with facilities to make coffee and tea, a refrigerator and satellite TV. The balcony offers you a beautiful view on the village of Wadi Musa. After a long day in Petra you can relax in our garden or on the terrace or you can enjoy a well deserved cup of sweet mint tea in the Bedouin tent.

This perfect combination of Belgian friendliness and typical Jordanian hospitality will make your stay in Petra an unforgettable experience. It will be our great pleasure to share our love for this stunningly beautiful country with you.

I'm a local from Wadi Musa and as a young boy I started working in Petra with my family's horse bringing tourists from the entrance to the Treasury. I now guide horse tours here in the mountains and also from Petra to Wadi Rum. My family has always lived in this area and so I know the mountains around Petra very well.


I'm originally from Antwerp (Belgium) and I moved to Jordan in 2004. I traveled and like many, I wanted to discover the authenticity of each country and get acquainted with the people and their culture. During my first trip to Jordan, I met Eid, one of the many things we have in common is our love for horses.