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Coffee Heritage House & Hostel

Sitio Nadatngan, Brgy. Madongo, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
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Based on 39 traveler reviews

Nearby attractions
Kiltepan Point
(2.90 km)
Sumaging Cave
(3.76 km)
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2 Traveloka customers have stayed in this hotel and given reviews:

The ambiance of the hotel is great and overall very clean; however, the location is so far (about 4 kms) from Sagada town proper that cost of transportation to and from the place is expensive / prohibitive (i.e. PhP 500 just to get picked up at the hotel and going to the town proper). There are local jeepneys available but the waiting is long and the last trip is between 3:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. So if you plan to stay out late in town doing whatever, be prepared to fork a couple of hundred pesos just to go back to the hotel via the for hire vans or motorcycles available. It would have been good if the hotel offers a pick-up service for customers but apparently they do not have one. Although they have an assembled jeep, this is subject to availability. Since I would have been spending more for transportation due to the distance of the hotel from town, I ended up staying only one night and moved into another hotel right smack in the town proper. Running water, whether for bathing or cleaning, is available but if there is a brownout or blackout then you're SOL since water delivery is dependent upon electricity. This is a personal experience when I cannot even flush the toilet or wash, the staff told me they can bring a pail of water for that purpose. The hotel should have a water tank that can provide water even if there is no electricity thus ensuring water availability all the time.
Service is amazing. The best place to relax and unwind in sagada
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Friends getaway24
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Marisel S
The hostel itself is nice. Common bathrooms though. It's 3.5 km from the city center so if you don't have your own vehicle, it's quite problematic as it is not very accessible. The road to the hostel as well is not as friendly. When it's raining, it's really muddy. Moreover, the walk from the parking lot to the house itself is a mini-trek along muddy grounds. Not something to look forward to after a tiring day. They're planning to have a cemented walkway from the parking area to the house but until then, it's a muddy walk for the guests.
Friends getaway - Nov 5, 2017
Karlo M
Motorcycle Road Trip to Sagada
As the name suggest they do have the best coffee in Sagada winning the Concourse AVPA Paris contest as best coffee. The accommodations are quaint but very warm and welcoming. Rooms are small but just right. Food is excellent as well. I highly suggest the salad is the bomb. Getting to the place needs a lot of understanding and work as it’s really off the beaten track with a narrow bumpy twisty road to get here. The parking area is a long uphill walk to the hotel.
Friends getaway - Oct 29, 2017
CHH: An exacting place in Sagada
Tired of drug killings, traffic & political bickerings in Metro Manila, off i went to Sagada and stayed at CHH, a good 3.5 kms away from the town center. Much reviews are its perfet location, good coffee, and friendly staff, to which i concur. I want to delve on some aspects of CHH that are seldom reviewed. Coffee tour. One of its kind in Sagada. The guide who also happens to be the community guy brought me to the coffee nursery and showed me seedlings of the Arabica specie, specifically of the Typica varietal. It is Sagada's heirloom coffee having been planted there during the Spanish colonial times in the 1800s. Beside the nursery are concrete boxes for vermicomposting since they apply organic fertilizers in their coffees. We then climb a trail at the back of CHH and to a road going to a coffee farm. The guide showed Typica and Mondo Novo varietals, both Arabica, the latter introduced by the government less than a decade ago. Farther up is the house of the couple-farmers, surrounded by Typica coffee trees more than a century old. It was amazing seeing these trees that survived typhoons and ravages of climate change, and are still fruit-bearing. The farmers offered us coffee brewed from a 'takuri,' which is better than those served in major coffee shops in Makati. We also went to another coffee farm and we picked red berries. I was fortunate enough since harvest period is from Sept to January. The coffee tour is an educational tour on Philippine coffee and of Sagada's heirloom coffee. It also provides an information on the Coffee Heritage Project (CHP) espoused by the group behind the CHH, wherein they partner with locals to propagate Sagada's heirloom coffee, which was then neglected to extinction. Night is not boring though since i would sit with the guide and the farmhands at the ground floor exchanging stories while having a bottle of Emperador. And the guide plays the guitar well so we would sing acoustically. Glad to have these people on my vacation since they have different work and perspectives, much different from friends in the urban setting. I left CHH, not wanting to finish my vacation. But i'll be back since it is a place worthy to spend my time and money.
Solo travel - Oct 12, 2017
It's the details that matter
I have always been picky about my coffee (which I usually take black). I hated most of the coffee I tasted in the Poblacion and was in desperate need for good coffee. I read about how SGD (an NGO working and a business venture) partnered with a coffee farmer and that the locally grown and roasted coffee won an international award. I also read that SGD was working with farmers and is running a Coffee Heritage House. So there I went. First of all, the coffee is amazing! It had a fruity and nutty flavor. It's roasting and preparation was excellent. I had coffee a number of times while at CHH and I appreciated how each cup tasted the same. The detail of amount of coffee vis-a-vis the temperature/amount of water was perfect - each time. Move over Starbucks and CBTL! The hostel is very modern. Aside from the great view - which many reviews have stated before - I love how the linen and mattresses are of "hotel" quality. I love how the bunk beds were designed - all headboards have a little box with a light for reading, an electric outlet, and nook for charging your phone. Lastly, the coffee tour. This came free! CHH/SGD is working with farmers to reinvigorate not only the local economy based on coffee production but the passion and love for culture, heritage, and history. The community organizer will lead you to a short hike up the mountain or to a nearby barangay to meet farmers who have had typica coffee trees a hundred years and to new places where they planted seedlings. He will also show and explain the challenges of planting, caring for, and harvesting coffee. The types of coffee trees - their strengths and weaknesses - will also be explained and discussed. After you have met the farmers, you will make sure that you drink every last drop in your cup of coffee.
Solo travel - Oct 9, 2017
Ly N
Amazing experience!!
We are a group of students researching about coffee in the Philippines. Coffee Heritage House is the place we stayed during this research. The place has wonderful view, the staff is very helpful and gave us the best services. Food is delicious and the room is nice and clean. Even though we have to share toilets and bathrooms, they are clean and they have hot shower as well. At night we had bonfire outdoor to enjoy the cool weather of Sagada. We really felt like home there and will definitely come back!
Friends getaway - Sep 5, 2017
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The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.

  • Fee for cooked-to-order breakfast: PHP 250.00 per person (approximately)
  • Rollaway bedsee more

Hotel facility


  • Hotel Services
    • Concierge
    • Laundry service
    • Front desk
  • Public Facilities
    • Coffee shop
  • Food and Drinks
    • Breakfast with surcharge
  • Things to Do
    • Picnic area
  • Transportation
    • Limited parking
  • Connectivity
    • Free WiFi

Check-in and Check-out Time

Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM

Coffee Heritage House & Hostel is located in area / city Sagada.

There are plenty of tourist attractions nearby, such as Kiltepan Point within 2.9 km, and Sumaguing Cave within 3.76 km.

About Coffee Heritage House & Hostel

Coffee Heritage House & Hostel is the right choice for you who are looking for affordable accommodation in Sagada.

Coffee Heritage House & Hostel is the ideal choice for you who are looking for a comfortable yet affordable accommodation.

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