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Strolling around the premises of Abe's farm seems to be nothing special at first. It is landscaped like so many other resorts. Through a series of pathways you are guided to the museum, a tennis court, pingpong area and the usual swimming pool. There are...More
Its was a long trek from Manila with colleagues, passing through two highways and numerous road repairs , with much anxiety we finally reached our lunch destination ! Tucked away far from the urban jungle is this mecca for good food and relaxation! I always...More
we went here, august 2016, the resort was ok, foods a bit pricey... There were 4 of us including my daughter, my husband & my friend, after lunch we decided to dip in the pool & to my dissapointment the pool was dirty, knowing that...More
We stayed at one of the Ifugao huts, it was a small comfortable room but because it was an Ifugao hut the toilet and shower was located separate from the hut. You need to climb down the hut walk a few steps to use the...More
The rooms are without television, no wifi, and even difficult mobile signal... but I think it's the whole point. A relaxing stay with no distraction.
- the location is a bit isolated at the foot of Mount Arayat. But it ads to the charm.
Hi, with senior citizen I believe staying in the room accommodation would be much more comfortable. It is kinda logical that the native huts do not provide for toilet space. The standard rooms are nice as well
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"Each room is surrounded by the beauty of nature, you can choose any room"