Named for one of the greatest writers and propagandists in the revolution against Spain, Marcelo H. del Pilar, the Del Pilar room is our "barkada" or group room as it is a big room that can fit up to 10 people comfortably.
1896 Bed and Breakfast is a cozy 4 bedroom BnB right in the heart of Baguio City, the summer capital of the Philippines. Our BnB is near the city's main tourist attractions such as Burnham Park (500 meters), Session Road, Baguio Cathedral and SM City Baguio (1 km), Camp John Hay (3 km), The Mansion House and Wright Park (4 km). Our rooms come with amenities such as hot and cold showers, towels and toiletries, free breakfast and wifi. We have ample and secure parking and open spaces where guests can relax and unwide after seeing the city's sights. We also have an in-house cafe and restaurant – Gat Andres Cafe and Resto – where guests can sip a few drinks while listening to relaxing music or belting out their own tunes via our karaoke.
There are 4 more rooms in the BnB – 3 with own toilet and bath and 1 with common toilet and bath. Should you wish to rent the whole house, you may get in touch with us for rates.
Guests will have access to our free wifi, common dining and recreation area, garden and spacious parking. They can also have their meals cooked for a small fee, or order from our cafe and restaurant – Gat Andres – which has videoke, darts and billiards.
Interazione con gli ospiti
The owner lives here, thus guests can expect constant interaction. There are also professional staff to attend to guests' needs.
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The entire house can also be rented by groups of 20 or more for family gatherings, company activities like planning and teambuilding. Send us a message for pricing.
We are a fun and family oriented place, no illegal activities are allowed.
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I am a writer, photographer, communications consultant and entrepreneur who shares my house in Baguio City so that visitors can enjoy the summer capital of the Philippines in a homey setting.