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Paranaque, Philippines
Reviewed August 15, 2016

If there’s something that really stands out from Peredo’s to the other housings in Baguio, it would have to be the beauty of the house itself. The history and memories behind the house. It makes me (as a traveler) feel like I wasn’t really staying in a lodging house but more of we were just invited by a family friend...

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Pasig, Philippines
Reviewed August 8, 2016

Firstly, I have to compliment the owner of this lodging house for choosing green as the exterior color . Secondly, even though the bathroom (upstairs) is shared with other guests, I can't help but gush on how clean it is. I could literally sleep on the bathroom if they'll allow me :). Thirdly, the staff is just super friendly, and...

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Paranaque, Philippines
Reviewed May 25, 2016

Celebrating a family member's birthday, our group of 20+ people including children, fitted in Peredo's Lodging House for the weekend. Upstairs, there were 4 rooms (1 room with a balcony) and 1 bathroom. Downstairs, there were 2 small rooms that can fit 2-3 people, 2 bathrooms and 2 toilets. All bathrooms had hot water. Upon arriving, one would see the...

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Rita R, Public Relations Manager at Peredo's Loding House, responded to this review

Thank you so much Teresa for this lovely and beautiful post!!! Hope to accommodate you again in the nearby future!

Quezon City, Quezon City, Philippines
Reviewed March 4, 2016 via mobile

Styled and inspired by American Architecture, Paredo's Lodging House is a monument in the heart of Baguio City. Peredo’s Lodging House is an Ancestral House build by Engr. Roque Paredo in 1915. Engr. Paredo is one of the builders of the famous Kennon Road that connects the city to the rest of the country. During the Japanese Occupation the house...

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Thank you so much Jherson for your loving and great review!!!

Quezon City, Philippines
Reviewed February 29, 2016

The house was great. According to their historical certificate, the house is a hundred years old. It has a nice wooden floor, lounging area and a big dining table. The rooms were spacious and comfortable. The staff were polite and ready to help. You can use their facilities to cook if you don't want to eat outside. The garden was...

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Cebu City, Philippines
Reviewed January 31, 2016

Was a little hesitant to stay here since the rooms don't have their own bathrooms but I loved the place so much it didn't bother me at all. So affordable too! Imagine waking up in this beautiful pinewood home and finding fresh flowers in the common dining room. While it's not walking distance to the heart of the city, it's...

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Pasig, Philippines
Reviewed January 24, 2016

When it comes to a Baguio City stay, I always make sure to visit friends' houses or do a homestay to really imbibe the local community ambiance because staying at a pricey hotel there feels so urban especially with the city feeling congested these days. And my quaint perspective of Baguio has not changed like this one inn that I...

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Quezon City, Philippines
Reviewed December 24, 2015

I was lucky to have found Peredo's Vacation House while searching the internet for a place to stay during our three day Christmas escapade in Baguio City. The 99 year old house is nestled in a quiet neighborhood surrounded by pine trees along Claro M. Recto St., only a few steps away from the main road Leonard Wood. Jeepneys ply...

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Pasig, Philippines
Reviewed August 6, 2015

Reminds me of a time when Baguio was still pleasant, cold, and the smell of pine trees permeated the city. Now its the rot, decay, and pollution. Peredo's Lodging house is made from pine trees standing tall and proud amidst the "development" around the area. It is very well kept and very well managed. The bed is very comfortable the...

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Rita R, Public Relations Manager at Peredo's Loding House, responded to this review

Glad to hear that you enjoyed your stay sir!!! Thank you so much and hope to see you again!!! :)

Makati, Philippines
Reviewed July 31, 2015

Our Honeymoon House, quiet, cozy, serene and friendly staff. 100% accommodating. Lost in Baguio? I suggest, reserve here and you won't regret. Thumbs up (including toes :-) "Sulit dito". Nice vacation ang getaway, when in Baguio! The last place you wanna be near essentials and tourists spots! Nesr transportation too and nice tourudts detination with a Fil-Spanish motiff, the ambience...

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  • Free Breakfast
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
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. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Peredo's Loding House

Address: 5 Claro M.Recto Street, Baguio, Luzon 2600, Philippines
Location: Philippines > Luzon > Cordillera Region > Benguet Province > Baguio
Price Range: $35 - $50 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 6
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Peredo`s Loding House Hotel Baguio
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“Rooms upstairs are bigger.”
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“lower rooms have a bathroom in between which is convenient”
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“Choose the one with the "veranda"”
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“Choose the room upstairs that has access to the second level balcony.”
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“i was told the whole house can be rented during off season at friendly rates”
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