Sagada Guesthouse and Resto is a property located along the Sagada Besao Road. The cozy family-owned property first opened its doors during the ‘50s as a simple three-bedroom homestay. Today, the guesthouse has multiple extensions and has been accommodating guests from all over the world for decades.
There are two room types available at the property. Guests can choose to stay in either the Economy Room or the Private Room. Economy rooms come in different sizes and configurations, the biggest of which can fit up to six guests. Private Rooms feature an attached private bathroom with a hot and cold shower and complete bath amenities. Select rooms come with a cable television and a kitchenette. Those staying in an Economy Room have access to a common bathroom. Guests also have the option to rent the entire extension building, which can fit up to 29 guests.
Guests can begin their mornings at the hotel’s in-house restaurant where they can enjoy a wide selection of local and international dishes. House specialties include the Pinaupong Manok, the Creamy Carbonara, and the Pancit Palabok.
The Sagada Hanging Coffins are five minutes away from the property by car. Lumiang Cave is seven minutes away, while Sumaguing Cave is eight minutes away. Bomod-ok Cave is 15 minutes away. Guests can always approach the property’s friendly staff for any tour recommendations and travel tips.
Travelers coming from Baguio City will need to take a five-hour car ride to get to the Sagada Guesthouse and Resto.