10 Best Places to Stay in Sagada

Perfect for whether you're soul-searching or looking for an adventure.

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PHOTO BY L: Misty Lodge and Cafe; R: SAGADA HERITAGE VILLAGE

(SPOT.ph) Sagada, in the mountainous region of the Cordillera, was the setting for hit local movie That Thing Called Tadhana which made it the popular attraction it is now—not to mention, the unofficial go-to place for people who want to move on or do some soul-searching. Aside from picturesque spots, Sagada also boasts a rich culture that is reflected in their textiles and pottery, as well as local delicacies including the well-known etag (salted and sun-dried meat). Whether it’s your first time or not, the dry weather always makes for the best time to go up the mountains, go on an adventure-filled trip, and just soak in what Sagada has to offer.

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Also read:
The SPOT.ph Guide to Sagada
Your Guide to All the Must-See Spots in Sagada

In case you’re planning to unwind and have a complete respite, here are 10 Sagada hotels, hostels, and homestays to check out:

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PHOTO BY Facebook/Coffee Heritage House

Coffee Heritage House and Hostel

Sitio Nadatngatan, Barangay Madongo, Sagada, Mountain Province
Contact: 0977-395-9189
E-mail: chhreservations@gmail.com
coffeeheritagehouse.com
Rates start at P750

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A one-of-a-kind Sagada spot, Coffee Heritage House and Hostel not only offers a wide range of accommodation options (from dormitory-style bunk beds to private rooms), but also advocates for local products. They support partner communities and farmers by promoting Philippine artisanal coffee through farm tours and seminars. Immerse yourself in the town’s culture while taking part in  an advocacy that benefits and sustains the local coffee industry in Sagada.

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PHOTO BY Facebook/Dagdag Village Homestay
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Dagdag Village Homestay

South Road Dao-angan, Sagada, Mountain Province
Contact: 0908-323-5211
E-mail: fdcbusain@gmail.com
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Rates start at P3,900

Perfect for families and big groups who plan to go on a vacation, this simple wooden home is built with indigenous materials, giving it a rustic vibe without sacrificing comfort and convenience. Accredited by the Department of Tourism, the lodging can accommodate up to nine guests in its bedrooms, has allotted parking, and offers a hot shower which can be very useful, especially during cold mornings.

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PHOTO BY Facebook/Sagada Heritage Village
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Sagada Heritage Village

Mampukong, Balugan, Sagada, Mountain Province
Contact: 0921-219-8385
E-mail: jaysoncamed@gmail.com
www.facebook.com/SagadaHeritageVillage
Rates start at P1,600

Marvel at the spectacular mountain view from eco-friendly and traditional nipa huts situated in the middle of pine trees. With a total of 10 huts that can accommodate couples and groups consisting of 12 members, the village is a great place to reconnect with nature and enjoy each other’s company by the bonfire.

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PHOTO BY Facebook/Aniduwan Lodge Sagada
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Aniduwan Lodge Sagada

Kiltepan, Sagada, Mountain Province
Contact: 0920-916-7305
E-mail: aniduwanlodgesagada@gmail.com
www.facebook.com/aniduwanlodgecafe
Rates start at P1,000

Aniduwan Lodge offers fireplaces inside its accommodations—two cottages and three private rooms—to keep you warm at night while taking pleasure in different daytime activities within the area, such as bird watching and nature trailing. The village’s ground also serves as a camping site for those who prefer to set up their tent, go stargazing at night, and wake up to a sea of clouds in the morning.

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PHOTO BY Facebook/Sagada Hideaway House
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Sagada Hideaway House
Bangaan, Sagada, Mountain Province
Contact: 0999-199-9629
facebook.com/Sagada-HIDE-AWAY-HOUSE-302770073482658/
Rates start at P1,500

Rent out an entire house or one of the two units all to yourself, or your family and group of friends in a cozy two-storey house that has complete basic amenities, from kitchenware to blankets, plus free WiFi. The transient can be rented out on a daily or weekly basis and is near tourist attractions such as the Bomod-ok falls. Sagada Hideaway House can be a dwelling place for groups of up to 16 people.

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PHOTO BY Facebook/Masferre Country Inn
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Masferre Country Inn

Poblacion, Sagada, Mountain Province
Contact: 0921-455-0916
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Rates start at P1,800

Serving gourmets, salads, and other mouthwatering dishes, food will never be a concern for visitors to Masferre Country Inn. The lodging, easily accessible and located in the town center, gives a glimpse of the early lifestyle of the Cordilleran people through the photography of Eduardo Masferré who documented them using his camera. It is also near the Tourist Information Center, which makes it an ideal accommodation for travelers who are new to the area.

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PHOTO BY Facebook/Kanip-Aw Pines View Lodge
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Kanip-aw Pines View Lodge

Kenlibed, Sagada, Mountain Province
Contact: 0926-609-2960
www.facebook.com/kanipawpinesviewlodge
Rates start at P300

Kanip-aw Pines View Lodge is affordable and has rooms that can entertain a traveling duo or a group with a maximum of eight pax. The different kinds of flowers in bloom complement the quaint and simplistic interiors of the lodging, setting up the mood for that quick but much-needed getaway.

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PHOTO BY Facebook/Misty Lodge and Cafe
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Misty Lodge and Café

Mabbay, Sagada, Mountain Province
Contact: 0905-183-8963
www.facebook.com/mistylodgeandcafe
Rates start at P1,000

For travelers who need to stay connected and be online for work while on a vacation, this lodge has WiFi for its guests. The balcony and garden can be seen through the big glass windows, adding emphasis to those very Instagrammable corners of the lodge. The café serves steaks cooked the Sagada way.

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PHOTO BY Facebook/Shamrock Tavern
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Shamrock Tavern

South Road, Makingking-Demang, Sagada, Mountain Province
E-mail: shamrocktavernsagada@gmail.com
www.facebook.com/ShamrockTavernSagada
Rates start at P600

The six-storey establishment on top of a hill can accommodate up to eight pax in any of its 19 guest rooms. Shamrock Tavern has a function hall for small gatherings and serves food through the in-house restaurant. Sagada’s popular dining spots, such as Lemon Pie House and Happy House, are within walking distance from the inn.

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PHOTO BY Facebook/St. Joseph Rest House
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St. Joseph Rest House

Staunton Road, Sagada, Mountain Province
E-mail: stjosephresthouse1@gmail.com
Contact: 0956-146-8899
www.facebook.com/stjosephresthouse
Rates start at P500

The two-storey St. Joseph Rest House is being run by the Episcopal Church of Northern Luzon, which explains why the names of the guest rooms are derived from saints such as Peter, James, and John, among others. The place offers an opportunity to reflect because of its peaceful and quiet environment.

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