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accessible and very affordable Inn for Sagada Travelers Apr 07, 2011
When we went to Sagada this became our home base for 4 days. On our first day , we had a little problem verifying with the staff that TB Ian texted the contact person for a room reservation and it ended that they gave the wrong mobile number but the thing is someone did actually replied and noted our reservation.
The place is made mostly of wood from second to third floor .The interior look native. There's small lounge with television where some of the guest can watch tv.
The room that we got is good for 2-3 people ( 500php per night ). There's no electric fan and aircon ( because it is not necessary ) nor Television inside. A bathroom with Hot / Cold Shower toilet and sink. There are two beds with nice comfortable pillows and comforter.
They don't serve food in the room but there's plenty of restaurants outside to choose from . There's also a souvenir shoppe located at the first floor if you intend to have some pasalubong for your love ones.
No internet connection inside but there's a small computer shoppe in front of the place so don't worry if you need to open your email.
Downside would be in my personal opinion is all about the noise created when you are walking at the hallway and if you accidentally hit the wall / floor ( take note that all of it are made of wood so definitely It would create a whatever noise it is. ).
If you happen to like the things I listed here you should include Travelers Inn as your accommodation in Sagada.
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