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- Entire home
This one unit in our house is where my brother and me used to stay and now we’re opening it for guests. It’s with an L-shaped sofa, with decors of frames and plants to make the unit look warm and welcoming. 🙂 The rate is good for two and additional charges will apply after two :) Max of 4 guests only is allowed :)
- Entire home
- Baguio City
Room in the 1st floor of a 5-story residential house, the place is just walking distance to Botanical Garden, Wright Park, Mansion House and Mines View Park. Near police station, church and a satellite market. Heads up: This is not for people looking for a fancy place to stay yet with a tight budget! Bawal po ang maarte dito. Rate posted is strictly for 2 guests only, additional guests will be charged with 450 per head for each night.
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Your guide to Baguio
All About Baguio
Located on Luzon Island, Baguio is a mountain town known for its cool, dry weather and refreshing pine-scented forests. The city’s main drag and entertainment area, Session Road, is home to Baguio Cathedral and a collection of brand-name shops, restaurants, and bars. It’s one of the most vibrant parts of the city and a great place to see groups of friends and families having a fun night out on the town. You’ll also find a smattering of stalls dishing up local street food, including pork sisig — a local delicacy of minced pork and spices — and lumpia. For a dose of nature, head to Camp John Hay, where you’ll find golf courses, hiking trails, and tree-top adventures. You may also want to wander through the Baguio Botanical Garden or check out Mines View Park offering sweeping views of the Cordillera Mountains.
How do I get around Baguio?
The closest airport to Baguio is Manila’s Clark International Airport (CRK); from there, you can catch a public bus that gets you to Baguio in around five hours, with transfers. You’ll also find direct buses operating from Manila, which take about four to six hours. Although it is possible to rent a car at the airport, driving is not always recommended due to the quality of the roads. Most of the main attractions in Baguio are accessible on foot or via a short taxi or jeepney ride.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Baguio?
Thanks to the city’s high altitude and moderate climate, there is no bad time to secure Baguio house rentals for your next vacation. The winter generally has the driest, coolest weather. And in February, the famous month-long Panagbenga Festival celebrates the area’s blooming flowers with floats decorated with flowers and dancing. This is one of the most popular times to visit, so it is good to keep this in mind when booking your accommodation. The summer months fall during the rainy season, making it tricky if you plan to visit some of the outdoor attractions. However, the rain generally comes in short bursts, leaving you plenty of time to be outside. The spring and autumn are usually drier and less crowded than during the winter.
What are the top things to do in Baguio?
Mines View Park
Located just three miles from the center of Baguio, Mines View Park features a lovely overlook with expansive views of the surrounding mountains covered in pine trees and abandoned gold and copper mines. The area is particularly striking at sunrise when you can see the black of night fade away to a rainbow of colors.
Camp John Hay
Established in 1900, Camp John Hay is a well-known recreation area known for its golf course, hiking trails, ziplines, horseback riding, and a butterfly sanctuary set in an aromatic tropical pine forest. You can also find outlet shopping and restaurants on-site.
Bridal Veil Falls
Located about an hour from Baguio, Bridal Veil Falls and its tranquil surroundings are the perfect day trip for anyone looking for some outdoor adventure. The easiest way to reach the falls is along Kennon Road. You can choose to admire the cascading water from afar or cross a metal hanging bridge that extends over the Bued River.