We had a great stay at Sagada Heritage Village. The place is fairly new so it's clean and well maintained. During our stay, construction was ongoing but we didn't mind, since it didn't get in our way and done during daytime, when we were out exploring. It was a family trip and my cousins stayed in the hut, which I was told was good for 20. It looked deceivingly small from the outside but had plenty of space with beds set-up. We are fairly short so it was no problem, but I can see the low ceilings being a problem for taller people. Their hut even had a 2nd level and a fireplace, which worked well. My husband and I had a separate hut good for 2, which you had to climb. All beds are supplied with towels. Bring bug spray. There are lot's of flying bugs at night-which are attracted to light and we had big cockroaches in our hut.
There are assigned bathrooms for each hut, which is great since we didn't have to share with other guests. There is an option for a warm shower. It was clean but was not supplied with toiletries, so remember to bring your own.
There is a hut with a big screen TV, which I assume you can use, but we didn't. Free wifi is available upon request.
They also have a kitchen, where you can order meals. Alternatively, there is also a restaurant about 50 meters away.
Staff was helpful, but mostly stayed out of our way. This was good since we felt we had some privacy. They have their own tour guides, whom they work with. This was convenient for us since we didn't have to look for one. Henry & Richie were awesome tour guides. Funny, yet informative.
Overall, we had a comfortable stay. Sleeping in traditional huts helped make our Sagada trip even more memorable!