After a day of bamboo rafting at Lake Pandin and Lake Yambo, shopping on the last day of "Tsinelas" Festival and dining at Arabella Italian Restaurant at Liliw, Laguna, then touring the nearby Sulyap Art Gallery and Restaurant, my husband and I together with my son and daughter retired at Casa San Pablo where we were booked for an overnight stay. At P1,700/head promo rate, Room 2 had a queen size bed, three single beds beside it and two single beds in the attic. For big groups, it has a door that connects the room to another room of the same size with a separate entrance and bathroom. Matchbox cars mounted on the walls reminded my husband and son of childhood days. I like the interiors and the furniture for their rustic and antique feature. The TV, air-conditioning unit, and wifi service provided relaxation options after a tiring day of touring the city and nearby areas. I enjoy the warm water in the two swimming pools up to early evening. Casa San Pablo is a wide, private family compound with bed and breakfast accommodations. The ancestral home sits in the middle of the property and a bike trail leads you to vacation homes of other family members built with wide open lawns under tall trees and far from the guest rooms. An early morning walk in this part of the resort brought back memories of un-fenced houses we saw during our vacation in the US. Our package included dinner, lunch and breakfast and since the whole family have started to diet, a full meal served at breakfast with crispy fried 'biya' and tablea chocolate drink, among others, was more than what we needed. There is one truly EXCELLENT SERVICE that really struck us: the owner Mr. Boots gave us a super-detailed road instructions on how to get to worth-going-to-places around the vicinity such as Ugo Bigyan Pottery in Tiaong, Quezon including but not limited to landmarks and distance by kilometers from one place to another. For tourists and guests who really want to maximize their vacation time, Casa San Pablo gave us not only comfort and fun, but also our money's worth.
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- Casa San Pablo is a bed & breakfast at the heart of San Pablo City, Laguna. It is run by innkeepers devoted to making you experience the hospitality, warmth, and creativity of their hometown. ... more less
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