Libanus 1877 opened its doors in March 2017. Libanus 1877 previous life was serving the local community as the village’s chapel previously called Gerlan Chapel. The building has now been restored to a modern restaurant and boutique cinema.

We want you to experience delicious, locally sourced cuisine and sit back in comfort enjoying a blockbuster in our boutique cinema. Inside you will notice that we showcase the fantastic and intricate work of our local artist Muriel Delahaye, check out her website to see more of Muriel’s work on Muriel Delahaye.  Find out how about our journey on our blog called The Story So Far.

During January, please note the restaurant is open during lunch and evening on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. We are also open for Sunday lunch. Our full cinema schedule can be found here.

We look forward to welcoming you here soon!

Cinema

Our boutique cinema has been installed with a 4K projector. We have 60 comfortable seats, positioned perfectly so that you can enjoy the film or live streaming from every corner of our cinema. We have also two seats which are catered for our customers who have accessibility needs.

What’s on this week?