This is a hostel. Mostly of the transients are foreigners. My bestfriend and I stayed here for 4 nights. I will always stay here for sure everytime I go back to sagada. You can cook inside, talk to foreigners and be able to learn something new with them. If you are a filipino like us, don't get shy to approach them. When travelling to any place, I always look for hostels like this. Being able to talk to different nationalities is part of hostel life.
A friend and I stayed at the Treasure Rock Inn while in Sagada a couple of weeks ago. The staff were all very friendly and welcoming - we were even offered tea made with herbs from the garden while we were there! It is a bit away from the Main Street (note the rocks and path get slippery after rain!) and felt very peaceful. It was still close enough to walk everywhere though. The only downside was that the WiFi was only available in the small sitting area on the doorstep.
Stayed for two nights and whilst I can't say it's great for meeting fellow travellers as I had the entire place to myself, perfect! 300 pesos a night and I had a house and kitchen with a balcony looking over a nice area, perfect for an evening beer. The family are all nice, a good meal next door, and Joan is a nice lady who will guide you through the sites of Sagada
We (my wife and I, together with brother and his g/f) went to Sagada without making any reservations. Scrolling through our Lonely Planet book we found this B&B mentioned with a decent review. It took us a while to find, 10 minute walk from center of town and then an almost hidden sign directing us up a hill. Once found though, we were welcomed by a beautiful view in a rustic setting. The rooms were good, light and airy. You don't have a private bathroom, but that didn't come as a surprise. Joan and her family were great hosts, and provided excellent tours of the area (Thanks Joan!) as well as very informative visits to local sights. Our stay was well worth the effort, and we hope to return in the future!
Beautiful setting, gorgeous view off the back porch. Joan was wonderful and welcoming. She is also a great guide! I also met really great people staying there and we formed a group for all the hikes. For a solo traveler, it was a really great choice.