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Misty Lodge and Cafe

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Mabbay Sagada, Sagada, Luzon 2616 Philippines
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#1 of 36 Specialty lodging in Sagada
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Alistair W wrote a review Aug 2019
Berowra Heights, Australia13 contributions2 helpful votes
Beautiful location, people, rooms and food! We were originally going to only stay for a few nights but we fell in love with Sagada and the lodge, so we stayed a full week! Highly recommend to any budget travelers, or just anyone who wants to stay or eat at an amazing place!
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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5kywalk3r wrote a review Jul 2019
Makati, Philippines47 contributions4 helpful votes
We're tourists in Sagada as our roots are nowhere near this place. Misty Lodge though gave that impression that you were staying at a relative's place in the province for vacation. The rooms are homey and the living/dining area felt like a real family area where we all gather for meals and some stories. Different from a relative's home in the province, the toilets were well equipped and with water heaters; not that flashy and 'hotely' in appearance but serves the purpose just the same. Breakfast ain't free but that makes up for the cheap booking fee for the rooms and mind you, their breakfast is superb! By the way, the architecture and interiors of the lodge is interesting - gives you the feeling of living in a log cabin with a fireplace. It's so Instagramable!
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Date of stay: December 2018
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Trip type: Traveled with family
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Palemoon wrote a review Apr 2019
Manila, Philippines37 contributions20 helpful votes
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Pros: Food choices were good speciallyghe yoghurt. Staff and the family who owns the place were really friendly and nice. Cons:1. Much more expensive than other lodges or homestay8n Sagada. Its my third time visiting Sagada and its the worst accommodation I had so far. You have to pay for your worn out towel which I usually got free from my other accommodation from before. No free breakfast either, which again I usually got from my homestay/lodges I stayed before. 2. It's a lodge, I know, but for a max occupant of the main lodge, around 32 perhaps except super peak season, maybe 40 or more, you get to have 1 bathroom in the second floor, one bathroom again within the restos at the ground floor that you would be to embarass to walk around with your towels and necessities with diners trying to enjoy their food, and a little comfort room outside the building. Say that most of you who were currently staying need to leave a specific time of the day or you have an upset stomach... you need to wait. Patiently. Quietly. Respectfully. 3. Its 1.5Km away from the town proper. No form of public utility vehicle around Sagada. No service from the lodge either. You either walk your way towards the town or stay at the lodge all the time for your meal. 4. FOOD. The food were fairly good, but that's that. Breakfast: No butter or jelly on your bread. Steak: No sauce. Fries on your burger? Dream on. 5. Summer season in Sagada us better in Metro Manila for sure. Its 10 degrees colder usually from the lowland. Still, during peak hours of summer, it is hot. And nope, you have to manuallty fan yourself way through it if you are staying inside or wanted to sleep the afternoon away, because no fan were provided at all. 6. Im speaking from my experience this time. Things might be different from the room, the season, the situation. But... their were bugs everywhere on our room. From the 3 nights we stayed there, I got nothing but new painful bug bites on my arms, legs, back and butt everytime I wake up. Big blistering painful itchy bites. There were no bug screen on the windows. Cant close the window because it would be too warm to sleep. I end up nursing my bug bites today and its really ugly looking as though Im not cleaning myself properly. I got different kind of bites, from swollen to blistering to hard and painful. But Im pretty sure some of my bites are from bed bugs, red fire ants and other I could not identify. I would post some pics of the bites I have. SOME. Not all. 7. On our second night of stay, there were two men sleeping on the hallway directly outside our room. I dont know who were they and what they were doing there, but they snore so loud, that the whole night we havent slept a wink. Im not sure if they were guest, but if they were, they shouldn't have put them directly outside our door considering there were no sound proofing and the walls were very thin that you could clearly hear people speaking on the other room. And that, it was overcrowding the place. Or they should have stayed outside the room of the group of guest they are with. Im giving them a single star in consideration with the very friendly staff and palatable food, but beyond that there's nothing worth commending. Go there for a visit for food, but I dont recommend that you stay there if I were to note my personal experience.
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Ramon Cruz wrote a review Apr 2019
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The owners and staff were extremely accommodating and very courteous, Misty has a wide variety of food to offer at very reasonable prices. All burger, pizza, and yogurt variants were exceptional!! The pasta, chicken, spicy spanish sardines were delicious and filling as well. Although the bathrooms are shared, hot and cold water are always readily available. Wait time is bearable since there are books you can browse while waiting. I only got to chapter 3 of Loodlum;s Mosco Vector during our 3-day 2-night stay. Thats how quick it was. The bathrooms are spacious and clean. But guests should be mindful of others when taking a shower. Keep the curtains closed to minimize wetting the floor. Avoid being a "DUCK". We stayed in one of the Attic rooms (Attic 2 to be exact.) . It was comfortable for a family of 6. Our youngest was my 12 year old son. And we were not cramp. We had 3 beds - 2 per bed. The beds were wide enough to accommodate 2 adults.
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Date of stay: April 2019
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Paolo Nuñez wrote a review Mar 2019
Isabela, Philippines5 contributions
We dropped by in this lodge for something to eat. And I really love their pizza here. The ambiance of this place was great. You can look on their items inside while waiting for your food and its kinda cool because of owl collections and books. A must try resto! 😊👌
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Date of stay: March 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
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PRICE RANGE
US$16 - US$16 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
PhilippinesLuzonCordillera RegionMountain ProvinceSagada
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Frequently Asked Questions about Misty Lodge and Cafe
Which popular attractions are close to Misty Lodge and Cafe?
Nearby attractions include Kiltepan (1.0 km), The Hanging Coffins Of Sagada (0.7 km), and Echo Valley (0.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Misty Lodge and Cafe?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, free parking, and kids activities.
What food & drink options are available at Misty Lodge and Cafe?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Misty Lodge and Cafe?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Misty Lodge and Cafe?
Conveniently located restaurants include Yoghurt House, Bana's Coffee, and Log Cabin.