Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Sagada, Isabelo's Inn and Cafe is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Isabelo's Inn and Cafe makes it easy to enjoy the best of Sagada.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including baggage storage, a coffee shop, and shops, and you can go online as Isabelo's Inn and Cafe offers guests free internet access. Guests are also welcome to enjoy free breakfast, located on site.
If you're looking for a place to eat, Yoghurt House (0.2 mi), Log Cabin (0.1 mi), and Sagada Cellar Door (0.3 mi) are all within walking distance of Isabelo's Inn and Cafe.
If you’re looking for something to do, The Hanging Coffins Of Sagada (0.4 mi) and The Episcopal Church of Saint Mary the Virgin (0.1 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Isabelo's Inn and Cafe.
Isabelo's Inn and Cafe is sure to make your visit to Sagada one worth remembering.
There are tons of homestays and inns within the downtown or further away from downtown however Isabelo’s Inn is the cheapest that I could recommend as it is near in bus stop going back to Baguio/Manila and Tourist Information Center. The room rate here per night is less than a thousand peso (less than $20 USD) for a fan room with a common bathroom. It is very cold in Sagada so no need for a room with AC. The inn also offers free wifi. Price changes without prior notice. Please take note that there are no luxury hotels in Sagada. Most of the inns here offer shared spaces like bathrooms and kitchens. Some inns offer a private bathroom. Choose a place to stay that is near to a terminal and to the tourism office so you won’t have to walk a lot especially that Sagada is a hilly place so it will be challenging for some tourists to walk around the town especially senior citizens. In my case, I walked around downtown and asked the locals where to stay at a cheap rate that’s why I ended up in Isabelo’s Inn.…
The staffs are really nice. When i arrived early in the morning, they let me have my bags for safekeeping while strolling. They even had me checked in early (depends on the availability). Manong, who is in charge of the reception that day was helpful and even offered me to avail one of the breakfasts. Really nice. Location was awesome. It was close to stores, market, restaurants, sight-seeing, bus terminal and church. The room was big enough for me knowing i got it in a lower price.
The location is so central you can see the tours office and bus station from your room. I had a twin share with shared bathroom and it was perfect Big breakfast, basic rooms, nice upstairs view point and friendly staff. Everything’s about this place is cheap and easy. WiFi works best from downstairs
We got a room for 4 which supposedly a room for 5 for 400 each. Room for me is not worth the price but for convenience it is somehow acceptable since it is just fronting the tourism office of sagada plus it is located i should say centrally of the town center of sagada. They dont do refund if ever u already left ur belongings in the room.
My group rented 2 rooms over 4 nights in March. I think the current Tripadvisor rating of 4 stars for this place is a accurate reflection - nice but not fantastic. Most of the northern Phillipines mountains lack significant infrastructure and so the hotels that exist are all around this mid-range market. There is nothing luxurious here. Here are my thoughts on the Isabelo Inn. PROS * CLEAN - Very very clean. In fact every time I passed the hosts they were usually cleaning something, which was very much appreciated. * POWER PLUG - I know this sounds strange but this is a luxury in the North * LOCATION - Located very close to the coda lines bus depot but on a slight side street so you didn't get street noise. You can walk to here from the bus station. You can walk from here to pretty much all of the attractions like echo valley, etc. The tourist office was just next door for organising guided tours. * VALUE - 900 Philippine peso for a double room with private bathroom a night * BREAKFAST - Man the breakfast here was good! The omelettes were I think 150-180p and used the freshest ingredients. * SERVICE - Friendly staff * ROOM - The room was fairly big and the whole place was finished with wood to give that log cabin feel. CONS * WIFI - scatty. It didn't really reach our rooms consistently. It was best used on the ground floor at breakfast time but easily became slow if there were too many users. * BATHROOM - Hot water was good but the bathroom had bad pressure. It also was one of those shower + toilet in same room situations so it was hard to keep the toilet dry. We couldn't flush our toilet paper so had to keep it in the bin next to the toilet, but this didn't get changed when we were there so it subsequently made the bathroom stink and the smell permeated into the room to a minor degree. * WATER - Had to pay for filtered water at 15 peso for 1.5L. Overall this is a great option in the fairly limited sagada market. It has some minor drawbacks but is a comfortable place to stay.…