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.