Finding an ideal family-friendly guest house in Banaue does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Lhorens Inn and Restaurant, a nice option for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer a mosquito net.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the guest house, including room service, a gift shop, and a convenience store. In addition, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their visit.
If you’re looking for an Asian restaurant, consider a visit to Uyami's green View Lodge & Restaurant, Stairway Lodge and Restaurant, or Al's Place Banaue, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Lhorens Inn and Restaurant.
Should time allow, Banaue Rice Terraces is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.
Lhorens Inn and Restaurant looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Banaue.
Basic room with mosquito net, food was delicious 😋 can't get enough. Best place to stay and very affordable. Friendly host. Cooling in the morning, it's really near from the school side and peaceful. Village will take you longee to return.
We enjoyed it a lot. The rooms are good, shower is warm (if there is electricity) which is to share. Family is nice but not to everybody. At the end when we left the owner was not so friendly, maybe because we did not use there shuttle service (expensive). But during our stay they were really nice. Would recommend.
We stayed here as part of our honeymoon. There is quite a steep decent to the accommodation, we arrived at night time luckily someone showed us the way. The rooms are basic but have everything you need including mosquito net. There is no air con but It was cool enough at night without it. Lhoren is a wonderful chatty host and made the stay very personal. Food was always hot and tasted nice. Perfect location to explore the rice fields. Would definitley recommend staying here. One word of warning do not expect much sleep, the roosters and dogs start barking and roosting at about 04.00. Would not put us off staying again. Go to bed early. Husband kindly drove us to the airport for an additional fee.
I chose this place ( hotel ) to stay there to visit the rice terraces, i know i need to walk for about 10 to 15 min but i didn't imagine the road situation ( if you have a heavy or big bag it's better to hire a porter ( not for free 100 to 200p) food is not bad but also not cheap. they even ask 10p for each hot water cup to make coffee. I didn't expect aircon at the rooms but also there is no fan. we stay at the native home ( better view ) but ull see some bugs and cockroachs.
Lhoren and Romy welcomed us warmly in their small guesthouse with a family feel. Rooms were clean and nice, and they offered hot water and good food for correct prices. Batad is not easily accessible, and doesn't make a good starting place for a multiday hike further in the mountains but is fairly good for day hikes. We did a very beautiful walk with Romy to Bangaan village, and he took time to talk and explain many things to us. Thanks for everything, see you next time!