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Native Village Inn

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Native Village Inn Approach Rd., Banaue, Ifugao, Philippines, 3606
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Nearby attractions
Batad Rice Terraces
(4.03 km)
Banaue Rice Terraces
(6.62 km)
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Emi S
Best Place to Stay in Banaue
The location is a bit far from town, but very quiet , private and with magnificent view. Accomodation is Ifugao style cottages with mattress and fresh sheets. There is parking space which is a luxury in Banaue. The restaurant is spacious with a good selection of food. I noticed several group of foreigners who visit this place to have their meals. The staff are very polite and efficient. I believe the owner trained them well because the place is spotless. Shared bathroom is not a problem, the lady cleaner is always around to tidy up the place. Most guest follow the “no shoes/slippers” policy inside the toilet, with the exception of a few. Overall, the Native Village Inn is a good place to stay.
Friends getaway - Nov 14, 2017
OMPSA74
Roughing it out!
This is the best way to experience living like a native.....but with the amenities of a bed and breakfast. Shared bathroom was not even an concern because we had the whole village just for me and my gf. Staying for three days and four nights in a native hut made me appreciate life a bit more. This place is located in a very remote place up in the mountains which gave us a second thought whether we should stay or just go back to Banaue. Safety and security was a concern because of the 40-some minute tricycle ride to Banaue proper. This was during the first night. Second day was a bit better, Getting up before dawn, listening to the different sounds of wildlife around and below was a real treat. Watching the activities of the locals at the small village down below was very interesting. The two young girls running the place, Tricia and Rachel, did a fantastic job catering to us. From cleaning the place to cooking our meals to order made us feel like royalty. Looking for the best view of the terraces? THIS IS IT!
Couples - Oct 22, 2017
Remy R
A unique experience & an awesome view
One of the most unique locations in the world houses one of the most unique hotel experiences you'll find for this category. The hotel "rooms" are actually native Ifugao houses that are - unlike the exterior might show - really comfy. On top of that the staff are really friendly and the chicken adobo is to die for. Dont forget to have Elvis (their tour guide) to set up some trips for you! Elvis and Daniel make a great team in fixing you up to the Batad waterfalls or banaue viewpoints. It's unique and you should stay here. Period!
Couples - Oct 10, 2017
David L
Comfortable "native" accommodation in an outstanding location
Great family adventure! A series of very nice one-room, traditional Ifugao huts built on supporting tree trunks about 1 meter above the ground, easily accessible by a short ladder. Interiors are relatively clean and well lit, with thin but comfortable foam mattresses and sheets in two sleeping alcoves, upper and lower. Comfortably accommodates a family of 4 - we were 3 adults. Bring a jumper but no aircon or heating required - the sliding wooden windows regulate interior temperature very effectively. Centralised bathrooms, showers, and the dining room preserve a communal ambiance, with good hot running water. Then there's the exceptional location and view, situated in a garden of trees and flowers atop a knife-edge ridge with great views of the rice terraces and small villages down below on either side. Reserve time for a beer in the evening to watch the sun set across the terraces. Pleasant service, although the cooking and food was not a strong point. We recommend the hike across the Hapao rice terraces to the hot springs, just a 15- minute drive to the valley below. Ask for local Nason as your guide. Not demanding but you'll need to maintain your balance along the paddy walls in order to get to the hot springs and river - don't forget your bathers!
Family - Oct 3, 2017
Akzhan A
Wow place to be honest!
The Native Village Inn is a bit pricier than other options in the area, but definitely worth its price. Cosy Filipino cottage houses, spotless shared showers and toilets and showers and absolutely stunning view from your breakfast table. The food is good and reasonably priced (though prepare for long waiting). It is a bit out of Banaue, but you can easily access it if you rent a motorbike or catch one of numerous tricycles or jeepneys passing by. The best thing - you don't even have to stand in the road waiting - no need to stand by the road to wait for one - you can see them climbing up way before and just walk down when they're approaching the place. Book directly with Graham (simple texting him when you're coming - hassle free), so they will arrange a complimentary pick up if you arrive by bus. I have added some pics of food as well so you can see how big is the portion;) Will be coming here again for sure!
Family - Aug 26, 2017
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Hotel policy

  • Public Facilities
    • WiFi in public area
    • Restaurant
    • Coffee/tea in lobby
    • Breakfast restaurant
    • Lunch restaurant
    • Dinner restaurant
    • Late check-out
    • Early check-in
  • Food and Drinks
    • Breakfast with surcharge
    • A la carte breakfast
    • A la carte lunch
    • A la carte dinner
  • Hotel Services
    • Tours
    • Early Check-in
    • Late check-out
  • General
    • Smoking area
    • Fireplace in lobby

      Check-in and Check-out Time

      Check-in: 9:00 AM
      Check-out: 4:00 PM

      Location
      Native Village Inn is a B&B in a good neighborhood, which is located at Banaue.

      This B&B is very easy to find since it is strategically positioned close to public facilities.

      About Native Village Inn

      Not only located within easy reach of various places of interests for your adventure, but staying at Native Village Inn will also give you a pleasant stay.

      Not all B&B allow guests with pets, but Native Village Inn welcome your furry friend with its special policy. This pet friendly hotel lets you to enjoy holiday without having to worry about leaving your pet at home.

      Native Village Inn is the smartest choice for you who are looking for affordable accommodation with outstanding service.

      Savor your favorite dishes with special cuisines from Native Village Inn exclusively for you.

      WiFi is available within public areas of the property to help you to stay connected with family and friends.

      Native Village Inn is a B&B with great comfort and excellent service according to most B&B's guests.

      Native Village Inn is a wise choice for travelers visiting Banaue.


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      Government-issued photo identification and a cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
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