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BnB on the Hill Rm 2 - Cozy cabin-style refugeThis cozy room crafted of local pine is nestled on the third floor of the house, away from the daily comings and goings. There's a bathroom shared by two single rooms, and a shared kitchenette one floor down. The room is 2.7x2.1 meters. The bed is 1.65m wide and there's 1.4m of space between the bed and the wall. That's typical Sagada architecture: we're an active culture and it's assumed that people are out all day, so a bedroom is just for sleeping! There's a small table and a seat.
The Hut By The BrewpubThe Hut is a 130 year old Banaue native house from the neighboring Ifugao tribe located in Sagada Cellar Door. Please visit Sagada Cellar Door's Facebook and Instagram page to appreciate. There are some changes at the exterior and interior to make it more "livable". Toilet and shower is at the cellar/basement just a few steps away. Going in and out of the hut is not a breeze since the ladder to go up is not permanent and should be moved on the sides when closing the door.
Gawis: A private room at Inandako's BnBGawis is a private room at the lower floor of Inandako's BnB. It contains a queen bed with its own private bathroom. It also has a view of Mt. Kanip-aw and part of the Echo Valley from its windows. Perfect for couples or solo travelers. Gawis is a local term which translates to 'good' -- a central theme in the iSagada culture. The town's motto is, 'Ipeyas nan Gawis.', Share the Good. - - Please read our listing descriptions to manage expectations regarding our location and services.