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A very warm and comfortable home intended for the urban raised generation with ancestral roots firmly in place in the picturesque town of Paoay. The inn is a 2 storey building structure with 14 rooms and a suite and sits directly in front of the municipal town across the street. The...
Had a pleasant stay in this hotel but the rooms need renovation. Walking distance to the Paoay church and a commercial building that has a couple of good restaurants . The front desk staff was very helpful in answering our queries regarding places of interest...More
We love the homey ambiance at Casa Dona Emilia in Paoay, Ilocos Norte. The hotel is strategically located in front of the Paoay Municipal Hall so it can be easily traced and accessible to guests who want to take a tricycle ride. At the hotel...More
Booked this hotel as it is essentially the only hotel within walking distance of Paoay Church. I wanted to get some perfect images of the church at sunrise and sunset - it was a great choice from that perspective.
Hotel was not expecting us but...More
Such a nice place to stay when you travel to Ilocos Norte. Casa Dona Emilia is located where you can enjoy a 1km jog circling the town proper of Paoay. There, you can take a close look at the famous Paoay Church, a UNESCO World...More
This bed and breakfast has the potential to be a real haven, but lacks real drive by its manager/owner. Sadly once you stay there you realise the real truth, toilets that don’t flush properly, stained bed sheets, have they never heard of bleach? Towels with...More
There are buses from Laoag that ply those routes in the morning. But southbound buses late in the afternoon is a bit tricky. You might consider heading out really early, then head back on the noon trips to Laoag.
Yes the church is just across the street past the town hall. It won't take 4 minutes to step out and cross the street and enjoy a leisurely stroll along the municipal building and into the massive walls and... More
Yes the church is just across the street past the town hall. It won't take 4 minutes to step out and cross the street and enjoy a leisurely stroll along the municipal building and into the massive walls and buttresses of the church. Getting to the windmills takes about 2 hours from Casa, and the falls just happen to be along the way.