200 pesos trycycle from banaue for two pax 1950 a nigth for two 2pax free breakfast very nice view tahimik ng place super linis ng cr pati ng kubo super friendly ng staff hot shower pagkain more on american taste sarap magmuni muni for sure babalik p kami 🥰
Hotel guests oftentimes talk about a hotel's modern luxuries and amenities. Native Village Inn is the exact opposite. You will experience a unique stay at one of their native Ifugao huts and will be amazed at the wonderful nature surrounding you. The place is magical and transports you to a different world. The huts are native-inspired and will require you to climb a few steps. The inside of each hut is spartan but very comfortable. The staff are very friendly. The food is great and you can be assured that they are made only when you order. The view of the world famous rice terraces is spectacular and you will find your self spending a lot of time marveling at the 8th wonder of the world.
I just spent 2 days in Banaue and really enjoyed every moment when staying here. The first day I had a trek to Batad rice terrace and Tappiya waterfall (very tired but worthy), the other day mainly took rest in my cottage. If you prefer something natural with mountains, flowers, rice fields around and even whisper from insects during sleep at night ^.^ >> Uhaj native village will be one of the best. The owner and staff offered great service, they were all nice and responsive. Beautiful view, clean area and quiet place, I love them. Food is quite okay, actually I don't like Filipino or Western food much but it doesn't matter. I had some interesting talks with the owner Mr.Graham about countries, people... while taking some tea + fruits in the morning. If you wake up early, you may see cloud floating very near to you, feel like you can touch it. I tried to hale in cool, fresh air as much as I can before coming back to Manila. Thanks for giving me meaningful time in Banaue. Hope to be back one day…
The views make this hotel! (See pictures.) Very welcoming staff and traditional style ‘home’ rooms- wooden huts on raised legs with only a bed inside. If you’re ok with the basic style of life, this really is an impressive place and I’d highly recommend it. Ordering a fresh mango smoothie and looking over the rice fields was perfection. Showers and bathrooms are separate and communal, but that’s fine- I was amazed that the shower was hot. There was only one other couple there when we stayed, so very peaceful and remote. There’s a range of food, all home cooked especially for you. When ordering the curry they ask about spice levels so it feels very personal! Great place, worth going 👌🏻
We just came back from lunch at Native Village Inn. I highly recommend this place because of the expansive view of the terraces from one of their dining huts. The cook was out when we got there but we asked the attendants to cook us whatever was available. They were very nice and accommodating. The food was average but it was ok. The restroom was also very clean. The drive going there was scenic, and through cemented roads. The stone paved path going up the resto seemed scary initially but it really wasn’t. Overall a great experience! Posted here the hut where we had lunch and the view from the hut.