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Peredo's Loding House

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Peredos Lodging House is the perfect nostalgic vacation spot in Baguio City! It is situated right at the heart of this vacation paradise, with an atmosphere that's quaint, charming, clean, and cozy.DescriptionA Brief History of Peredo’s Lodging HouseDating back to 1915, Peredo’s Lodging House was crafted by Japanese carpenters under the employ of Rogue Peredo. Himself a craftsman, Engineer Peredo was one of the builders of Kennon Road. The house is made mostly of pinewood that was harvested from the massive trees that once grew in the lot. A testament to the former glory of these trees in the olden days remain in the house until today in the form of a dinning table that can seat up to 12 people. This table is one solid piece of Narra. Another interesting fact about the house is that, in the Second World War, it was used by the Japanese soldiers who occupied Baguio. While the Peredo family had fled to Bontoc during the occupation, the house served as barracks to the higher ups of the Japanese Imperial Army. Today, the house serves as an inn to travelers and family alike. It remains as one of the oldest buildings in Baguio and has been included as one of the cultural treasures of Baguio City.
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We rented all 6 rooms, so we had the entire house to ourselves. Location is great as it is away from hustle and bustle of the city, but yet very accessible. It is along the road, so it would be easy if you need public transport. Botanical Garden is about 5 mins away. The
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I stayed here with my family with no intention to stay here at all. We just dont know where to find out a nice hotel and by passing by, we surprisingly saw the house where i have read of some reviews as well. It is easy to find, the house is very nice! And if you dont feel to
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Response from Rita R, Public Relations Manager at Peredo's Loding House
Responded Jun 6, 2018
I'm glad to hear Sir Erarin that you enjoyed your stay at our lovely, quaint ancestral home. Yes, it's old and yet the beauty, the architectural design even the wooden walls and flooring are all well maintained. And yes, the Peredo's lodging house is a place wherein you could just sit down in the veranda, sip a cup of coffee and just relax. Again, thank you for choosing to stay at our lodging house. Hope to see you again soon!
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Not too keen on going for generic looking digs so staying in this 103-year-old house that has stories to tell (a commemorative book is at the common area; you can browse and every purchase it!) was a treat!Knowing about how the family behind this home lovingly built up and kept
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The house is very nice and peaceful. It may be away from the city center but the transportation is not difficult. The staff are very nice and very accomodating. The House itself is part of the history. The breakfast is very light, but if you would like to have a heavy meal,
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Response from Rita R, Marketing Officer at Peredo's Loding House
Responded Apr 25, 2018
Good to hear that you had a great experience staying in our charming, cozy and quaint home. The Peredo's Lodging House is more than a 100 yrs old home that was recognized by the National Museum recently as one of Philippines' National Heritage Houses. Thank you for staying at our lovely place and hope to accommodate you again soon!!!
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Our quick stop at Baguio for a business trip is quite relaxing as we were able to check in in one of the oldest structure in the city, Peredo's Lodging House was built 100 years back, and been a fave location for various local films for a shoot/taping and featured in local tv
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PLH Rates (effective June 1, 2015) Rates Accommodation Pax Lean Peak Room 1 1 double bed 2 950.00 1,450.00 Room 2 2 single beds 2 1,100.00 1,550.00 Room 3 1 double bed 2 950.00 1,450.00 Room 4 2 double beds 4 1,900.00 2,400.00 Room 5 2 double beds w/ veranda 4 2,100.00 2,600.00 Room 6 1 dbl / 1 single 3 1,500.00 2,000.00 Whole House 17 8,000.00 10,000.00 Extra Head 475.00 500.00 2 kids 7 below 1 Adult 475.00 500.00 NOTES: 7 year-olds and younger are free of charge Drivers are 250.00 PHP per head but if sleeping inside the car, only 150.00 PHP Maximum no. of pax for whole house is 25 LEAN: June 1 - September 30 PEAK: January 1 - May 30 October 1 - Dec 31 Other Services: * FREE Continental Breakfast w/ Unli Benguet Coffee (except for rental of whole house) * FREE use of Kitchen with complete Kitchenware and Glassware * FREE use of WiFi
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"Innermost rooms away from the street side will likely be quieter but this is Baguio so the more you adjust, the more you enjoy the visit!"
"Choose the room on the second floor"
"upper room with outside view"
"Rooms upstairs are bigger."
"lower rooms have a bathroom in between which is convenient"
peredo`s loding house hotel baguio
PhilippinesLuzonCordillera RegionBenguet ProvinceBaguio
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