The dining area is open, spacious and very bright with wide French windows around it. Guests may sit anywhere and have a great view of nature. Breakfast is usually timely when the sun is just peeping from the treetops and sending warm sunshine into the room. Moonlight dining is also perfect in this setting as the light from the moon illuminates the room through the glass windows.
The owner used to do pottery as a hobby and her collection of pottery items are used in the kitchen – mugs, bowls, tea kettles, tea mugs — adding a very cool country table setting.
There are a total of six (6) rooms for guests: 3 upstairs and 3 downstairs. They are spacious and bright lit with windows allowing good ventilation and a beautifully lit room on moonlight nights. The rooms are private and wi-fi connection is accessible unless the service provider conks out. All rooms have wood floors — in spite of the cold season from November to February, the temperature is warmer and cozier in so-called ‘bedweather’, especially when you are sleeping on handcrafted wooden beds. Wood parquet on the floors are warm and clean providing a healthy atmosphere. The upstairs bedrooms are along the front area of the house, providing a view of Mt. Ampacao and the downtown area of Sagada; the downstairs bedrooms on the other hand share a common veranda that gives the backyard view of Mt. Kanip-aw, and parts of the Echo Valley.
Slow down everyone, you’re moving too fast. Frames can’t catch you when you’re moving like that. – JJ
Sit back. Relax. Breathe some fresh air. Grab a drink. Life is good.