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Friday, May 9, 2014

A Relaxing Weekend at Casa San Pablo (Part 1)





I spent one weekend with my blogger friends in this lovely bed & breakfast place outside Manila named Casa San Pablo. Located in San Pablo City, Laguna, which is only 1.5 hours to 2 hours drive from Manila, Casa San Pablo offers rooms for overnight stays, venues for team building like clay workshops, native cooking tours and even venue for weddings. 



Casa San Pablo is located inside Kay Inay Resort, so we had to walk from the gate and cross a small bridge to the reception area. 



We were served welcome drinks as soon as we arrived, first thing we noticed are the beautiful storyteller dolls created by one of the owners, Ms. An Alcantara. 





After we were given a warm welcome by Ms. An, we were led to our room, Room 18










Our room has two levels: one queen size bed on the first floor, and the loft area which can sleep up to 6 beds. This room is ideal for groups as it has 2 shower rooms and a porch area for discussions and reading. 

Each of the 18 rooms is creatively designed, that while some rooms are perfect for couples, some rooms can be connected to other rooms for families and friends. 

Amenities

Amenities include the swimming pool, the teambuilding area called the Junk Garden, veranda area where you can also borrow books, and a very spacious garden where you can ride bikes (you can borrow one from them for free) or just lie in a hammock all day. 











Casa San Pablo extends their excellence not only with their hospitality but also with their food. More about it on my next post. :)

To be continued. 

20 comments:

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  2. It really is a lovely place! Miss ko na ang Casa San Pablo but not the byahe pauwi :)

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  3. ghanda ng place! kala ko talaga may naligaw na silya elektrika hehehehe joke

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  4. Wow! that casa is so much filled with art! I love it. (it makes me think to collect old things too) hahahaha

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    1. If you love vintage, you'll really love the place. :)

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  5. Nyahahahaha !!!! Nice one michy :D :D :D

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  6. That looks like a pretry nice place . Looks lije you stayed in an atic? The dolls are so pretry!

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    1. Yes, we stayed in the attic. Para mas bonded. ;)

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  7. I'm envious! You actually found the time to write about it already. As with me, well I've still got the Ifugao series to finish before I'd be able to share my experience in Casa San Pablo.

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    1. Super push talaga to, Marge. hehehe. :)

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  8. Looks like a great place to get away from it all. Has a unique feel with all the art and antiques.

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    1. Yes, it is. Can't wait to go back. :)

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  9. Love the piece with the vintage gadgets. Makes me nostalgic of the old days. =)

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  10. What a lovely place to spend a time off with family. :) Would love to know the rates.

    Jen of MarriageAndBeyond.com :)

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    1. Hi Jen! Kindly check their website for the rates. :)

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  11. Hi! new followers. i am also filipina. greatings from arkansas.

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