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Rock Inn and Cafe

Hostel
Rock Farm, Orange Drive, Batalao, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
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Based on 90 traveler reviews
Restaurant
WiFi

Nearby attractions
Kiltepan Point
(1.17 km)
Sumaguing Cave
(1.32 km)
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Family33
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Audrey F
Super worth it despite how far it is from the town proper
Three things we loved about Rock Inn: 1) they have a lot of super cute DOGS running around the inn, 2) their restaurant's food was so good, and 3) the peace and quiet the remote location brings. Though it was a bit stressful that their location does not have signal (our Globe and Smart LTEs weren't working at all and sometimes we had no service), we loved our stay so much. :) Thank you, Wanda of Rock Inn and the rest of the staff! Your service was so great.
Friends getaway - Jul 14, 2017
Angel M
Worth the Php.250.00 shuttle service fee!
We arrived in Sagada last May 10, 2017 from Banaue but we booked the room three months before our arrival. The van brought us directly to the town proper to pay for some necessary fees like the environmental fee. It was our first time in Sagada so we don't know anything but just our hotel's name and that going around Sagada can only be reached by foot. We expected the same thing when we arrive but we did not know that Rock Inn was really far from the town proper. In fact, you have to pay Php. 250.00 per way to travel from the town proper (Tourism Office) to Rock Inn. We called their hotel 5 times that day but nobody answered so we just took a van from the Tourism Office to the inn. It was really a long ride. However, when we arrive inside our room, we realized that it was worth the shuttle service fee. The linen was so soft and clean. If you want to experience lazy and mornings under the thick blanket, this place is a must to visit. Foods are prohibited inside the room, however, they have a restaurant outside which offers home-cooked meals which are really delicious. Prices range is from Php.150-300 per meal as I remember. This restaurant is a good to go! 😊
Couples - Jun 7, 2017
Chris M
Only here for the mythic Oranges of Sagada
There are three things to enjoy here: Unli-oranges. Unli-oranges. And: Unli-oranges. Spent quality time with my partner here: Picking oranges, opening them up, smelling the aroma of freshly peeled oranges and teasing them to each other's lips before intimately and passionately.. biting and punching and clawing at each other over who should get to keep more oranges to bring home. The oranges are so darn delicious and zesty is what I'm trying to say here.
Couples - Jan 30, 2017
illor3n
Good location and friendly staff
Had stayed here for 2 nights recently and I'd say the location is perfect! Away from the hustle and bustle of the town proper, it's tucked away in a secluded location about 2km away from town. They have really friendly staff and a restaurant so you don't have to worry where to eat during the night.
Family - Jan 19, 2017
RinkaSyCip
Perfect spot in Sagada
This is a few minutes drive from town proper, but it has everything you need. A fantastic restaurant, possibly the swankiest accommodations in Sagada, and a sprawling estate to explore. They have a (bumpy) service vehicle that can take you anywhere you want. They have a town service everyday which is free, but aside from that, they will charge you a negligible fee. The yoghurt here is the best in Sagada, much better than the famous Yoghurt House in Sagada. Plus the servers at Yoghurt House are really snooty. Only downside is, you're far from town. But you're in Sagada anyway, which means you want to get away. In which case, you are in the best spot there is. Breathtaking.
Family - Jan 4, 2017
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Hotel facility

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Hotel policy

  • Public Facilities
    • Room service
    • WiFi in public area
    • Restaurant
    • Coffee/tea in lobby
    • Breakfast restaurant
    • Lunch restaurant
    • Dinner restaurant
    • Late check-out
    • Early check-in
  • Food and Drinks
    • A la carte breakfast
    • A la carte lunch
    • A la carte dinner
  • General
    • Family room
    • Smoking area
    • Non-smoking room

Check-in and Check-out Time

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

Location
Rock Inn and Cafe is a hostel in a good neighborhood, which is located at Sagada.

Not only well positioned, but Rock Inn and Cafe is also one of hostels near the following Kiltepan Point within 1.17 km and Sumaguing Cave within 1.32 km.

About Rock Inn and Cafe

For you, travelers who wish to travel comfortably on a budget, Rock Inn and Cafe is the perfect place to stay that provides decent facilities as well as great services.

Rock Inn and Cafe is the smartest choice for you who are looking for affordable accommodation with outstanding service.

Savor your favorite dishes with special cuisines from Rock Inn and Cafe exclusively for you.

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

Rock Inn and Cafe is a wise choice for travelers visiting Sagada.

Dormitory Rooms Requirement:

Dormitory Room for 8, Room Only : The rate displayed is per per head, minimum of 4 persons required.

Dormitory Room for 6, Room Only : The rate displayed is per per head, minimum of 3 persons required.
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