As part of a trip around the Philippines mountain areas we stayed at the segada home stay for a night. The accommodation was a cabin that contained 2 double bed bunks and was self contained. The bathroom was extremely basic with unfinished concrete work and broken tiles. The cabin had nothing in the way of furniture and cleanliness was no an obvious priority for the owners. Having said that, the cabin had are covered verandah from which you can watch the sun set on fabulous scenery. The complex has a fire pit around which people gathered in the evening for a relax and chat. There is a small restaurant and shop on site too. The staff are very pleasant too. The location is excellent close to the Log Cabin restaurant where we enjoyed an outstanding meal.
Keep in mind there are few accomodation options in the village and this is probably the pick of them.More