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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