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#1 of 29 B&Bs / Inns in Sagada
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Inandakos is a family-owned bed and breakfast and homestay establishment located in the Cordilleran town of Sagada in the Philippine Islands. It offers quality service for responsible travelers which include warm beds, good conversations, educational local trivia, a laid-back atmosphere and great coffee.
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bingbingpineda wrote a review Feb 2022
Quezon City, Philippines12 contributions
Finally, after so many years, we were back in Sagada two weeks ago. As usual, we stayed at Inandako's, our favorite B&B in this part of the world ever since we first tried their accomodations. Alma and her warmth (and her hearty, yummy, healthy breakfasts) made it seem like we were coming home to family. The astounding view from her windows and the solitude never fail to destress me. Sagada is a beautiful place and I've loved it since my first visit in 1983 and Alma's hospitality will always be one of the reasons for me and my family to keep coming back 💛
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Date of stay: February 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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Response from Alma Bagano, Owner at Inandakos BnB
Responded 21 Feb 2022
Dearest kabsat from another mother.❤️ Thank you so much for your wonderful review. Yes, our home will always be your home in Sagada. We will always be here for you and all other guests, our door will always be open and the kitchen will always be warm with food ready for everyone. I always look forward to your visits,the never ending stories we share and the food we eat together. Hugs to everyone in the family, Dako and I am here any day, any season you wish to come back. Take care and see you soon, I'm sure. Kabsat, Alma Bing Bing's family is one of the guests any host would love to entertain. They are responsible, and full of verve so they love exploring Sagada many times over. They are an adventurous family who loves the outdoors and look forward to foraging wild berries, edible mushrooms, edible greens they could find in the mountains. They love home cooked meals from organic gardens. I am always in awe of what they can do to live like locals, appreciating every new thing they find on their treks. Very much recommended as guests.
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Angela C wrote a review Feb 2022
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Dear Alma, I wanted to send a quick message and thank you again for your hospitality during our stay in Sagada. We truly enjoyed everything about your cozy and quaint B&B. We loved sipping the freshly brewed local coffee in the morning while overlooking the beautiful surrounding us scenery. We were mesmerized by the pitch black evenings and the star filled skies. And we certainly couldn’t get enough of the delicious food you prepared for us. Our time in Sagada was a very memorable and special experience for us. We’re looking forward to coming back to this magical and mysterious part of the Philippines sometime very soon! Maraming Salamat!
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Date of stay: February 2022Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Response from Alma Bagano, Owner at Inandakos BnB
Responded 10 Feb 2022
Hi Angela, Thank you for your inspiring review. It was my pleasure to be your host here in Sagada. Looking forward to seeing you again, this time with family, and the others who were not able to come with you. Stay safe. Cheers!
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Sonny S wrote a review Feb 2020
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We were first timers to Sagada and went with four other couples, all college buddies. Inandakos was well recommended to us by one of our friends - the family inn run by Alma did not disappoint. The place is well kept and is situated 200 meters from the central road. It has a back view of the hills and limestone rock formations. What makes it homey is the warmth that Alma extends to her guests - passing on her indigenous knowledge of Sagada, her hospitality and personal cooking of breakfast meals featuring local fresh ingredients. We left all pledging we would return to Sagada and Inandakos. Even the daily walk back to the inn became part of the fun as it made one feel like a local.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Jae Vonne wrote a review Feb 2020
Philippines10 contributions1 helpful vote
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Consider this a love-hate review for our stay during the love month🤭 Inandako's B&B is pretty much a decent place to stay in Sagada. Nothing fancy but enough that you get fair value for your money. It's a good 10-15 min walk from the bus drop off - a mini trek towards a spot that keeps a good mountain view. We stayed down the basement room. It was okay - fairly comfy beds, basic welcome kits, working heater system and enough space for the five of us. Water pressure, though, is a little weak and the windows are in desperate need of darker curtains. The construction nearby can also be bothering. Good thing we were tired enough of our 12 hour trip that not even the hammer hitting sound mattered in our afternoon nap. We weren't served breakfast the next day as we were a little over 9am from our Marlboro trek. Since we first had it on our 3rd day, though, I must say I loved it! The kitchen vibe is just so homy and having your food prepared next to you just elevates the whole experience. It was always a pleasant plate of greens, carbs and proteins next to an unlimited cup of Sagada's signature coffee. Then with a stunning window view and a good company sitting next to you, that's a perfect morning getaway! So in general, a tap of the 4th circle could have been easy for my rating but I decided to take one back. You want an explanation? - "Mamaya na lang. Busy pa ako" 🤭
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
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M D wrote a review Jan 2020
Manila, Philippines3 contributions
Inandako was recommended to me by another friend and true enough, it is worth recommending to everyone I know going to Sagada. Loved our stay in Inandako. It's clean and the place looks gorgeous. Tita Alma was very accommodating and shared her love for Sagada with us. We learned a lot about Sagada just through her stories. Bummer we only stayed here for a night, so I am planning to go back and stay longer. Also, BREAKFAST WAS SO DELICIOUS! She made her own version of longganisa and it was the best longganisa my friend and I tried. Sarap!
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Response from almab939, Owner at Inandakos BnB
Responded 16 Jan 2020
Hi Mia, Thank you for your complements! We are happy to know that you enjoyed your stay with us, however short your time here was. Travelling almost 12 hours from Manila to here is not an easy trip so we want our guests to be treated like royalty. Reading your comments make us want to stay focused and strive to do best. Customer service is the key, added to our simple culinary know-how cooked with love. We take our small business seriously and hope to stay on top of the line. From another jet setter when time permits, we wish you all the best. May all your travels be fun, wherever your happy feet may lead you. God bless!
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Patricia Roelle G wrote a review Nov 2019
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Definitely the best BnB I’ve been to... best breakfast meals, coffee with a view, accommodation and hospitality! They have a cute and friendly cat too. I would definitely recommend this BnB! Wouldn’t hesitate on going back if there’s time. ☺️
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Joseph DG wrote a review Nov 2019
Torrance, California8 contributions
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Had our Sagada trip last October 30 to November 2 with my fiancé. We chose this place as a recommendation of a friend. Auntie Alma (the host) was very responsive during the whole booking period, she also arranged our transportation from the bus drop off location, and a complimentary drop off upon checkout. Auntie Alma was born and raised in Sagada, so she knows where and not to go. The breakfast was great! Produce was very fresh, she gets her produce from her family farm. Best experience on our last day was the home cooked native food called “Pinikpikan” it’s a chicken soup, but she puts “Etag” on the soup. “Etag” is a local native food, they smoke the pork meat till dried up, as a way of preservation. We weren’t able to enjoy much of the sights because it was constantly raining, but we enjoyed our stay at the house. Definitely coming back in the future! Almost forgot! view was amazing from her house, and you can see where the hanging coffins are!
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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jojomhalili wrote a review Jun 2019
Quezon City, Philippines13 contributions
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I chose Inandako's because it offers a room that can accommodate 5 of us (3 adults and 2 kids) and it offers breakfast as part of the package. The short trek going to Inandako was also an adventure in itself. We were picked up at the town center (arriving in Sagada at 9am) and we were driven to back to the town center to catch our 3pm bus ride for Manila. When we got there, Tita Alma told us we would be in separate rooms because there was something wrong with the room we were supposed to stay in. We didn't mind having to stay in 2 separate rooms, without additional cost. The room provided us a good view of the mountains covered in greens with scattered huge lime stones. What a great view to wake up to (add some fog for total package) early in the morning. The place provides towels and basic toiletries. We stayed there for 2 nights and 3 days (we paid for 2 nights only) and we were served 2 HUGE breakfasts. Breakfast 1: Boneless bangus, pork adobo, eggs, rice, vegetable salad, biko, coffee, tea. Breakfast 2: Longganisa, rice, vegetable salad, biko, suman, squash soup, avocado shake. You will really need these huge breakfasts to energize your body for a whole day of physical activities (and we did spelunking on Day 1, Bomod-ok Fals on Day 2, and Marlboro Hills on Day 3). The stay won't be complete without the enriching stories from Tita Alma, the mother of Dako, her son (hence, Inandako's). Tita Alma was also kind enough to lend her flashlight during our stay. It was a very homey and pleasant stay at Inandako's. See photos.
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Date of stay: May 2019
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Response from inandakobnb, Owner at Inandakos BnB
Responded 6 Jun 2019
Hi Aga, What a wonderful review! Thank you for choosing to stay with us on your visit to Sagada with your family. It was our pleasure to be your host. With the long travel from Manila (and elsewhere) to Sagada, we want to make our guests as comfortable as we can - rested, nourished and ready to explore the natural beauty of our town. We hope you have many memories from this trip, and have plans of visiting again someday (not after 20+ years like your last visit 😊). Safe travels always, wherever your happy feet may lead you. God bless! - alma and dako
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Magda Kus wrote a review Apr 2019
Warsaw, Poland140 contributions30 helpful votes
I had chosen this place upon good reviews to secure the best place for the group I travelled with. I paid the booking way in advance and agreed with owner (mrs. Alma) how to acommodate people in the rooms available. There seems to be plenty beds available. Everything went smoothly until we’ve arrived. We were the group of 11, got there pretty tired two exhausting days of trekking from Cambulo to Batad, Waterfall, surrounding rice terraces, night bus from Manila without the stopovers to rest. Actually it took almost 8hours on feet daily. Once we got to Sagada it was raining so that we decided not to go to Echo Valley this day and just hang out. First problem occured during check in, when 3 guests found coackroaches inside 1 of rooms and requested to change it. The owner, mrs. Alma was noticebly NOT happy about it . She offered cleaning the room and removing coackroaches. Once the 3 guest refused to stay in this room they were transfered to 1 single and 1 double room instead. All of those rooms were good. I though this was just small incident. Come on girls !-I said- this is Asia, things like that happen… In overall this place has a lot of pottential being nicely set up with verandha outside and comfortable rooms with bathrooms (in most of them) but… the owner was actually very unpleasant since we arrived. There was a family of 3 with us, the mom had a birthday this day so after we decided to no go sightseeing this day because of rain I wanted to do a surprise dinner for her. I asked my guide if it would be good idea to ask Mrs. Alma about it and that’s what we did. The owner was not prepared to make/serve extra dinner for a group, which was understandable, so we went downtown to have food and birthday cake there. We’ve spent some time there and got back to Inandako’s in the evening. I went to tell Mrs. Alma that we bough a bottle of Tanduay and will sip a few drinks before going to bed . Since we were the only people acommodated I would not suspect it could be a problem. The lady snippy replied: NO!, the alcohol is not allowed inside rooms. I wasn’t talking about rooms – I said. There is a common area with few sitting places, we just want to stay for a while and talk. We are tired but wanted to show our friend a little attention. She finally agreed, but after I got back to ask fro few glasses or cups she replied rudely: NO and turned back. I asked why? I felt stupid to bring friends to such an unpleasantly attituted place. She finally replied: if you get glasses you will have none to use for breakfast. What an earth was she talking about, what it had to do with breakfast?. I asked politely again and promised to bring everything back. She passed 2 glasses without an eye contact. My friend took extra cup saying he would like to have water but not from big bottle. We felt like intruzions not guests. After we finished our strange celebration we brought back those glasses and cup. The breakfast she served was without any positive gesture or smile. I cannot comment the food since it’s a matter of taste. I simply wanted to leave this place immediately. After the breakfast we decided to check out. I went to say goodbye and then instead of goodbye back I heard : who is going to pay for the 2 extra rooms? What? - I asked. We paid for acommodation months ago, we paid for 11, we came 11, we ate 11. She said stand-offishly that 3 of us had changed the room she had prepared. I reminded there were coackroaches in this room, and this is normal procedure to switch room if something is not OK. She insisted to pay at least for 1 room (single without bathroom), because we ended up in 4 rooms instead of 3. No matter that replacement room could only acommodate 2 people…. and the third one had to sleep somewhere… We ended up paying 1000pesos just to forget about mrs. Alma and her displeased face. She never smiled, waved back, she didn’t even replied good bye. I cannot believe a person like his runs a business a like this.
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Date of stay: April 2019
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Peejay1999 wrote a review Dec 2018
Washington8 contributions
Host is very hospitable. Had great views. Food was great. Everything was homemade and grown locally. Had issues with parking and considering the location of the house, which is in the mountains, we found some cockroaches in the bathroom and a small snake outside the bedroom. Still had a great and relaxing time with the family and will recommend the place for anyone visiting in Sagada.
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Date of stay: November 2018Trip type: Traveled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Inandakos BnB
Which popular attractions are close to Inandakos BnB?
Nearby attractions include The Hanging Coffins Of Sagada (0.4 km), Lumiang Cave (0.9 km), and Echo Valley (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Inandakos BnB?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and kids activities.
What food & drink options are available at Inandakos BnB?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Inandakos BnB?
Yes, parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Inandakos BnB?
Conveniently located restaurants include Gaia Cafe & Crafts, Yoghurt House, and Bana's Coffee.