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Sagada Homestay
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Reviewed February 14, 2016

Nevertheless foodtrip is one of Filipinos' habit when they visit a certain place, home stay serves definite filipino food at its great price ranging from 120-200php with free black coffee. Like other accommodation they have bonfire in the evening. We didn't stay here we just tried their food so I can't tell the price for the room.. but I must say their food is a must try with big servings too.

Stayed: February 2016, travelled as a couple
Thank Marj A
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Reviewed January 30, 2016 via mobile



Nestled on the top of hill overlooking the mountains and the town center, Sagada homestay is the perfect place to base yourself while exploring Sagada. As a couple we paid 750 php per night for a room in the cottage, which did not have anyone else staying in it so we had a private bathroom, and a kitchenette. The room was spacious and clean and the hot shower was an added bonus for showering after the long hikes in the Sagada area. The restaurant was the highlight of the homestay as it offers cheap, delicious food that incorporates lots of local meat and produce. You don't have to go anywhere to get a great meal. At night there is a bonfire that you can sit around to meet fellow travelers, which only adds to the atmosphere of being in a beautiful mountain region. Would highly recommend staying here if you are visiting Sagada.

Note-make sure you book ahead if traveling on the weekend as it did fill up as we were leaving and people were turned away.

Stayed: January 2016, travelled as a couple
6  Thank Nicole L
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Reviewed January 27, 2016 via mobile

Cozy homestay. There are no 5 star hotels, or any star for that matter, in Sagada and most of the businesses are owned by residents so accomodations are mostly homestays and pension houses. Sagada Homestay has various sizes of rooms that are affordable. Their restaurant can cater to big groups and prices are affordable. They seŕve good foods. They also have an open "Dap-ay". Dap-ay used to be located in town centers for meetings and functions of the community and also a gathering center for leaders and elders. Theses days, many businesses create their symbolic "Dap-ay" in their establishments. To us, it looks like an open fireplace.

Sagada Homestay is located on a higher elevation overlooking the town center, so the view up there is great.

Stayed: January 2016, travelled with friends
4  Thank PortraitAsia
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Reviewed January 24, 2016 via mobile

Great place to stay. Bonfires at night, cozy rooms and helpful staff. The highlight of this place is undoubtedly it's attached restaurant which serves up delicious food all day long and the meals are packed full of veggies. Which, if like me you have been traveling the philipinnes a while, will be a very welcome addition to your diet. Try the curried vegetables and sweet potato.

Only complaint is that on the weekend a lot of Korean and local tourist bombard this place and they are LOUD. Grab a San Miguel and sit by the fire and wait until they fall asleep before trying to sleep yourself ha

Stayed: January 2016, travelled as a couple
4  Thank Wanderlustlane
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Reviewed January 20, 2016

Sagada Homestay is quite far from the main street - it's higher up on the hill and it's quite a climb going there, but it will be worth it. It's overlooking the whole valley -- lovely view to wake up to. They also have their own restaurant, so it's handy for when you don't want to go down to the center anymore. It also has a garden in the center with a pit for a bonfire -- great for hanging out with friends, family, and meeting fellow travellers.
Wifi is only available at the main house though (but I hope you won't need it!). The "cottage" (the small house beside the main house) is a bit old and creepy, so if you find that there's no one renting the other room, ask if you could stay at the new house (the one with a great view). The common bathrooms are generally okay.
In all, the place is very cozy, it really lives up to its name - very homey. The proprietress, Karen, could be like a doting mother. When I go back to Sagada, I'll definitely choose to stay here again.

  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled solo
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