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Located in Sagada in the Luzon region, Gina’s Hilltop House features a patio and mountain views. This apartment provides accommodations with a balcony. The apartment was beautiful and incredibly well furnished including a living room with a fireplace and large kitchen. The view is magnificent. The location is away from the main street so quiet and relaxing. Shower is hot with good pressure. The apartment catches the diffused morning light which creates super cozy mornings. There is parking at the start of the path if you have a car. This is the best location I have stayed at in all my travels to date. If I visit Sagada again, I will definitely stay here, and I'm picky.
BAEY B0GAN Homestay is located in Sagada. Guests can also relax in the garden or on the shared lounge area. Baey Bogan was a home away from home!!! The house was built of beautiful wood entirely!!! Everything was spic and span!!! Our room was spacious and we had our own toilet, though just outside our room. The proprietress, Ms Ellen, was very accommodating, helpful, and friendly. Her Homestay is smack dab in the beautiful little town of Sagada. My friends and I had a wonderful and restful stay at Baey Bogan. Thank you for a great stay, Ms Helen. We sure will come to stay again!!!
Sagada Heritage Village is located in Sagada. The property provides a 24-hour front desk, a shuttle service, a shared lounge and free WiFi. Guests at the guesthouse can enjoy an Asian breakfast. Perfect stay from start to finish. Very traditional and clean. The staff are genuinely friendly and helpful.
Located in Sagada, Treasure Rock Inn has a bar, garden, terrace, and free WiFi. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. Kuya Cyril and Ate Luisa made sure that we had a comfortable stay and even went out of their way to provide food for us. The hosts entertained us very well. They are very hospitable and kind. Kuya Cyril is the best tour guide ever! He made sure we are safe at all times!!
Rusty Nail Inn has a garden and a bar in Sagada. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, room service and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi. Very quiet, clean, friendly staff. Good food. And helped us with transport to the bus stop on our way home.
Banga-an BnB and Coffee House is located in Sagada and has a garden and a terrace. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, room service and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi. Lovely staff and great getaway. Near every thing for hiking. Lovely owner and very accommodating!
Sagada is a nice place for nature lovers. The food is delicious and you just need to walk from your accommodation to nearby restaurants. The ambiance is very peaceful and serene. Nice place to relax. There are so many things to do in Sagada (caving, trekking, sunrise and sunset watching, falls, etc.) Families can bond together away from busy urban life. We will definitely go back to Sagada.
I can’t believe that there’s many sights to see and activities to do in such a small town. It’s a romantic place. People are so warm and hospitable. Their food is very good! I like that there are no commercial spots there, everything you eat and everywhere you stay are locally owned by people from Sagada.
Sagada is a quiet and characteristic mountain town. I like it very much,many cozy restaurants, such as yogurt house, which we recommended the Philippines fried rice breakfast meal and banana pancake, and the moon house. But it's not not easy to get there, you need to transfer via baguio or banaue from Manila by bus. You also can go to sagada from Manila directly via coda line bus, which takes 12 hours. That's all mountain way, the sagada worth it.
Prior to my recent visit last March 2019, I visited Sagada in 2002... and that town changed a lot! There are now more inns/hotels that one can choose from. I was more interested in one with its own parking space. Spaces for cars are almost a commodity now in Sagada due to the narrow roads. There's a public parking space at the edge, near the Anglican Church but there are only about 20 slots. There are now more restaurants in the area that offer different flavors. As we stayed for only a night, we were only able to try Sagada Bistro - it had hefty servings and the food quality is good. In all, I think Sagada is still a good place to visit and probably stay for at least 2 nights. It is a lot easier now with the good condition of Halsema road all the way from Baguio to Banaue. So one can easily drive using either the Baguio or the Nueva Vizcaya route.
Sagada is my happy place--it offers serenity, oneness with Nature, beautiful scenery, a lovely sunset, gorgeous sunrise. Trekking even for hours is always worth it--because Sagada does not run out of lovely places to visit. Waterfalls, caves, hanging coffins, rice terraces and more--make Sagada a perfect place to ease one's tiredness of city life. Food is good too--specially pinikpikan and the fresh vegetables and fruits. Of course, there is also Sagada coffee--one of the best in the world. One can go spelunking, trekking, and visiting culture-rich places in the town center.
I like Sagada because it's quiet and peaceful. It allows you to contemplate and enjoy nature. The place has good restaurants too where you can enjoy both local and foreign food. There are also nice places to go to like caves, falls, etc. People are nice and friendly. Truly a place worth visiting.
Homey environment and friendly staff.