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Coffee Heritage House & Hostel

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Sitio Nadatngan, Brgy. Madongo, Sagada, Luzon 2619 Philippines
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#3 of 36 Specialty lodging in Sagada
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Coffee Heritage House is a first in the town of Sagada, Mt.Province. We are the first coffee themed location in town that seeks to enrich and share our passion about Philippine artisanal coffee to its guests, co-farmers, neighbors, community leaders and fellow coffee specialists. It is primarily a training and learning coffee house open to all who wish to enjoy great coffee. We wish to amplify the experience of our guests by immersing them in unique activities that center around how Philippines coffee is grown naturally. This entity is powered by the Coffee Heritage Project. It is a simple movement that promotes a fruitful collaboration amongst partner farmers, scientists, soil specialists, etymologists and to any person who has the heart for uplifting the value of Philippines coffee. The pristine environment, perfect weather and jaw dropping views are just bonuses along the way to hopefully make your stay truly unforgettable. It is primarily a training and learning coffee house open to all who wish to enjoy great coffee. We wish to amplify the experience of our guests by immersing them in unique activities that center around how Philippines coffee is grown naturally. This entity is powered by the Coffee Heritage Project. It is a simple movement that promotes a fruitful collaboration amongst partner farmers, scientists, soil specialists, etymologists and to any person who has the heart for uplifting the value of Philippines coffee. The pristine environment, perfect weather and jaw dropping views are just bonuses along the way to hopefully make your stay truly unforgettable.
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Ruth v wrote a review Jul 2019
Singapore, Singapore18 contributions7 helpful votes
Went to Sagada as a family of six age range from 10’s,20’s 50’s, and late 70’s. Guess what? All of us loved Coffee Heritage. With Vin as very welcoming and helpful. The place offers tranquility away from the town centre or gives a freshness or recharge your spirit after a hike or a gruelling 6 hour trip from Baguio. Food prepared by Vin and company was chef like on our tastes buds. Hubby prefer western food and it passed wonderfully on him and gave it 2 thumbs up. Free coffee as many as you want. We were fortunate to see the beautiful Milky Way At 4:00am outside the hotel before our early Marlboro trip. What a sight to behold with falling stars mesmerising us. Dogs and chickens to entertain my city bred girl is good. Experienced changing of weather from sunny to rainy thunderstorm that you just watch liw black clouds in front of you with awe. It’s far from the main town which cost us Php600 each trip to town (he asked P500 each trip but for consideration on my part I added more) via a van which we managed to ask exclusively to service us to and from the places we want to see around Sagada. This uncle is a licensed tour driver so you don’t have to worry of overcharging. You can contact him at 09953630328. I did forgot to ask his name. I’m giving this number as the hotel doesn’t have a contact no of any service van. He’s very good and safe driver. Only thing is our room is at basement. My 10 year old suffered allergic reaction from the smell of agricultural products they keep there. Other than that the place is great! Good for people who wish to recharge and silence. Great for the 5 senses. Not good for people who are on tight Budget though 😊
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
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wanderpot wrote a review May 2019
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Stayed at this hostel for a couple of days. I have to say, the coffee is really good and so is the food. Beds are nice and comfy but make sure to bring pillows if you're the type who can't sleep with just one. The staff are very friendly although the boys can get a litte loud at night, drinking at the bonfire area. It's not very relaxing for guests who want a nice quiet time while they drink and sing kareoke. The worst part was getting blamed for the noise by the person in charge of the hotel. She actually texted us to quiet down. But all in all, the beauty of the place was enough to salvage all of that.
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
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peter r wrote a review Mar 2019
Toronto, Canada36 contributions12 helpful votes
Owner ask my wife at 11pm on the way to toilet if her husband is sleeping ..and made clear what he wanted. Rooms are claustrophobic cement cells not even painted, supper is overpriced and you can have sandwich or pasta ..that's it. Breakfast is ok but I dont know why the serve the jam with garlic toast. The house is 6km outside sagada , for this 6km you need by car around 25minutes and I think after a rain its impossible to go there without a 4x4. Do your self a favour and go somewhere else !!
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Date of stay: March 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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prettyshrewd wrote a review Feb 2019
Wellington, New Zealand80 contributions28 helpful votes
Great facilities and amazing view as it is up on a hill away from the town proper. It was a little bit challenging getting to the place and we were lucky to have brought our own car or it will be an adventure coming in and out of the hostel. The facilities in this place is great and the food and coffee is top notch.
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Date of stay: February 2019
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Emily wrote a review Jan 2019
16 contributions4 helpful votes
This hostel is beautiful, new and clean. Beds are comfortable and clean, and the common areas are nice (they even had an open fire!). There are beautiful views all around the hostel. Breakfast was included in the price and there's decent food available all day. Great tea and coffee too obviously! The location is great if you're looking for peace and quiet out of the town. After a ten minute walk you can hop on a jeepney to bring you to town to get a tour or you can simply hike solo around the hostel area. Despite lots of pros there are some cons. First and foremost - the staff. They are not unhelpful or impolite but also not very welcoming. They gave us the incorrect times for the jeepney and we had to hitch hike into the town to make out prearranged tour. Also, they did not pay attention to details. The bathroom ran out of toilet paper and was never replaced in the two nights we were there (luckily we had our own from the bus trip). I really think given how far out of town this hostel is they should run their own shuttle to town and back once per day. Maybe 9am to sagada town and 5pm back to the hostel. I think little things like that go a long way with guests (especially when the hostel gives the wrong times for the local transport services!!) P.S if you go to sagada try going mid-week. All of our tour guides said how lucky we were to have the trails to ourselves without crowds of other tourists.
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Date of stay: January 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
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PRICE RANGE
US$34 - US$56 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
PhilippinesLuzonCordillera RegionMountain ProvinceSagada
NUMBER OF ROOMS
33
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Frequently Asked Questions about Coffee Heritage House & Hostel
Which popular attractions are close to Coffee Heritage House & Hostel?
Nearby attractions include Sumaguing Cave (5.2 km), Bomod-Ok (Big) Falls (2.3 km), and Kiltepan (2.9 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Coffee Heritage House & Hostel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, free parking, and laundry service.
What food & drink options are available at Coffee Heritage House & Hostel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, breakfast, and a snack bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Coffee Heritage House & Hostel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Coffee Heritage House & Hostel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Gaia Cafe & Crafts, Yoghurt House, and Bana's Coffee.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Coffee Heritage House & Hostel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Filipino.